Athletic United vs street footie Ends With Lights Out

street footie Football Club ended their pre-season tour with a shed of light as they look forward to the start of the Fall 2022 Maryland Super Soccer League Campaign.

The final fixture of the Orange Army’s first DMV pre-season tour saw them face Athletic United. It was a match exhibited as one of promise; street footies’ previous 2-3 victory came at the hands of Athletics unites league mates District Reign.

Different Show from the New Boys

street footie Football Club went into the third match of their Mason Dixon Soccer League campaign full of hope as they looked to change the results from their previous weeks of competition. New faces were all around as the orange army continued marching in a positive direction.

A Mountain to Climb

street footie Football Club (0W-0D-2L) went into the club’s second official eleven aside fixture knowing they had a mountain to climb. They faced off against even for top spot Deportivo Calero (4 W-1D-0L) following vicious introduction to the league in the previous week from even for top spot Fredrick Kings(4 W-1D-0L).

Defeat for the New Boys

street footie Football Club (0W-0D-1L) went into the club’s first-ever official eleven aside match just days after adding several new faces to their squad as they faced off against a confident Fredrick King (3 W-1D-0L), who currently share the top spot and are even on points with Deportivo Calero (3 W-1D-0L). With the season already underway, street footie would need an extra pinch of grit and desire if they had any hopes of a fairy tail start as they began their Mason Dixson Soccer League Spring 2022 Champaign.

Back to Winning Ways

street footie Football(3W-0D-4L) Club went into the season’s final game knowing that only a win would restore parity within their camp as bad performances had become their tail in recent weeks. They faced off against familiar opposition in Average juanas (1 W-0D-6L), who beat themselves out of the previous encounter. Anything less than a win for the Orange Army would overshadow their inaugural pre-season merit of a tired place finish in the Maryland SoccerPlex Men’s Open.

A Trail of Misfortune

street footie Football Club went into the first playoff of the Maryland SoccerPlex Men’s Open, having finished third in the league series and facing runner-up Barnfield. A previous encounter between the two sides exposed street footie inexperience ending with a 5-3 Barnfield victory.

A Barrow of Defeat

street footie Football Club went into the sixth and final round of play of the Maryland SoccerPlex Men’s Open league series, sitting third and facing bottom-place Hernane Boyz. Both teams headed into that match knowing that points wouldn’t matter, and reputation was the match’s highlight.

A Humbling Defeat

street footie Football Club went into the fifth round of play of the Maryland SoccerPlex Men’s Open, sitting third in the league, and faced off against first-place Saturday FC. With clear skies in the forecasts, both teams looked to play their best football as the match foretold the distinct leader of the competition for the following week.

A Taste of Defeat

street footie Football Club went into the fourth round of play of the Maryland SoccerPlex Men’s Open, top of the league, and faced off against third-place Barnfield. Both teams geared up to battle it out under the lights on a rainy night as it was essential to secure the three points to keep them in contention for the title race.