Sacramento knows that Republic FC has a strong fan base, now Seattle knows it too.
Some on-the-field fireworks during Saturday’s friendly match between Sacramento Republic FC and UC Davis led to the Republic head coach forfeiting the game.
We’ve seen their success, game after game: sold out crowds, new investors, and nearly 9,000 season ticket holders for the 2015 season.
Excited fans filed into Bonney Field – a sold-out crowd and a new attendance record set on Saturday’s preseason home opener.
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During Thursday night’s State of the City speech, San Francisco 49ers owner Jed York was introduced as a new investor in the USL Pro team. The announcement comes one day after Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadive announced he was joining the team’s ownership group.
Expansion work has begun on Bonney Field at Cal Expo. Sacramento Republic FC had a great first year. It won the league championships and sold out each game.
The move sends a message to Major League Soccer, which is considering Sacramento among three potential cities for an expansion team. Two groups from Minnesota and one from Las Vegas are also in the running.
In L.A. where image is everything, Sacramento put on quite a show.
Major League Soccer intends to announce its next expansion destination by the middle of 2015, with groups from Sacramento, Las Vegas and Minneapolis vying for franchises.
Don Garber revealed that deciding whether to expand to Sacramento, Minneapolis, or Las Vegas will need extra time, though it will be discussed at Saturday’s Board of Governors meeting.
A key cornerstone to the plan to bring an MLS team to Sacramento may already be under construction in downtown Sacramento. After years of uncertainty whether the Kings would stay in town, the city put together a plan to keep the team in Sacramento