Saint Louis FC welcomes Bethlehem Steel FC to Toyota Stadium at World Wide Technology Soccer Park this Sunday. Kick off is set for 4 pm.
Saint Louis FC hosts Toronto FC II in a United Soccer League match on Friday June 2, 2017 at Toyota Stadium at World Wide Technology Soccer Park.
Saint Louis FC will take on the Michigan Bucks on Tuesday May 31, 2017 in the third round of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. The match will be streamed live.
I’m Not Telling You How To Vote, But MLS2STL Deal Is Good For City of St. Louis Hopefully you’ve heard by now that there’s a big vote coming up in the city of St. Louis on April 4. The city of St. Louis will very likely elect its first female mayor, Lyda Krewson, which is pretty … Continue reading Take It from a St. Louis Fan: MLS Proposal Is Good For St. Louis
A 20,000-seat outdoor stadium proposed for downtown St. Louis could host a variety of events as well as serving as the home field for a St. Louis entry in Major League Soccer. Outdoor stadiums in cities across the country that were constructed with soccer and an MLS team in mind have proven they can successfully accommodate a variety of events.
Missouri Governor-Elect Eric Greitens came out against state funding for a soccer stadium in St. Louis that would house an MLS team. Plus, Twin Peaks, Russian diplomat assassinated in Turkey and more.
Saint Louis FC welcomes Louisville City FC to World Wide Technology Soccer Park tomorrow night in their final home match of the season. The game is set to kick off at 7:30 pm with a fireworks show taking place immediately following the end of the match. Fans are asked to wear green to “Green Out The Park”. The team will have several contests for fans as well as discounts in the Team Shop.
After a brief road trip to California, Saint Louis FC returns to WorldWide Technology Soccer Park in Fenton this Saturday for a game against Vancouver Whitecaps 2. The game at Marshall Wireless Stadium is set to kick off at 7:30 p.m.
When will St. Louis get a Major League Soccer (MLS) team? Commissioner Don Garber and U.S. Soccer recently visited St. Louis and discussed the issue.