Its no longer a secret, Sacramento is hot to trot after the MLS. The runaway success of the Republic, the meteoric rise of the franchise from cool little idea to colossus- pretty amazing. And […]
Sacramento soccer fans are feeling the momentum tonight as a major league franchise dream came closer to becoming a reality.
Sacramento Republic FC has sold out of all 1,100 available tickets for its September 13 playoff game at Bonney Field.
Mayor Kevin Johnson and representatives from the USL Pro’s Sacramento Republic FC met with MLS officials in Portland during the league’s all-star weekend events.
MLS Commissioner Don Garber will tour Sacramento soon to see possible stadium sites. The Republic have discussed three possibilities: The Sacramento railyards, the West Sacramento bridge district and the Downtown Plaza.
At 8 a.m., de Vere’s plans to open its doors for fans excited to cheer for the national team. A win or a tie against Germany and the U.S. moves on to the Round of 16.
Cal Expo was electric on Friday night as the Sacramento Republic rang in the first game at their new home with a win. The Republic gave up a 3-1 halftime lead to the Colorado Rapids Reserves, but tapped in a late goal for the 4-3 win.
In just a few hours after they went on sale, the Sacramento Republic FC’s tickets for their first game at Bonney Field sold out.
The Sacramento Republic will face a stiff test against the San Jose Earthquakes on Wednesday in the fourth round of the US Open Cup.
The Sacramento Republic plays in the country’s third professional tier, yet it’s drawing more fans to its home games than half of Major League Soccer teams.
Thomas Stewart struck home the lone goal in 74th minute to give the Republic (5-3-1, 16 points) a 1-0 win, and the team’s third in a row. The win pushes the first-year team into fourth place in the 14-team league.