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Discussion in 'NPSL' started by elgambitero, Nov 29, 2008.
You watch the live stream?
no, I'm much more of a NPSL supporter than a FC Buffalo fan. I'm really hoping to get to a few Clarkstown Eagles games who play in the Keystone flight this summer.
I hear ya.
I watched the stream. I try to watch any that I can.
Hopefully the NPSL will continue growing. I see a lot of positive things happening.
from the NPSL to lights out in MLS...
He had a great game tonight against LA, then again everyone in Revs land did.
In a game with 27 fouls, six yellow cards, 20 shots and 1004 fans in attendance, FC Buffalo came one goal shy of a point in their last game before the playoffs, losing to Detroit City FC, 2-1, at Robert E. Rich All-High Stadium.
they just raised the necessary $1,200 in less than 48 hours in order to broadcast...congrats to all the folks in the Rust Belt Conference!
Go FC Buffalo!
Live Video - http://www.ustream.tv/channel/wnymedia
Saturday Semifinals - 5:00 pm ET - Detroit vs Cleveland - 7:30 pm ET - Buffalo vs Erie.
Sunday Finals - 3:00 pm ET - Semifinal Winners.
Go FC Buffalo!
Thank you to our fans… We saw incredible progress off-the-field. Thanks to you, we absolutely throttled our previous marks for attendance. Nearly 800 supporters turned out on average for each game, culminating in 1004 fans in our home finale against Detroit City FC. That crowd was the largest for a regular season match in our history and second in all matches to the 3800+ who came out for the Lord Bedlington Cup win in 2011. Our crowd, led vocally by The Situation Room, is one of the most respected in the league. The chants, the music, the colors… everything you provide to our team is at our core. Together we’re aiming for bigger things for Buffalo soccer and we’re getting there.
Tryouts for the 2017 FC Buffalo Season
When: Friday, December 23, and Friday, January 6
Where: Sahlens Sports Park 7070 Seneca St, Elma, NY 14059
Facility Information: http://sahlensportspark.com/
Times: December 23, 2-4 PM, January 6, 2-4 PM
Who: Current college players, post college players, high school players graduating in summer 2017
Complete the registration form below, press submit, then complete payment information by clicking the “Buy Now” button. Incomplete registrations/payment will not be considered for tryouts.
Cost: $40, includes both tryouts
No Refunds All Payments Final
Players should arrive 30 minutes early in order to ensure enough time to warm up, and sign release waiver information.
Players will be evaluated by the FC Buffalo coaching staff, as well as other college coaches and assistants. FC Buffalo is led by Brendan Murphy, entering his 5th season in charge of the team. Murphy is the head coach at D’youville College, where he was named AMCC Coach of the Year in 2014. Murphy is assisted by Bob Roach and Pat Pidgeon.
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Thirty-seven soccer players had an opportunity Friday to make an impression on FC Buffalo head coach Brendan Murphy and his staff, competing in possession drills, small-sided games and an extended 11-vs.-11 scrimmage at Sahlen's Sports Park.
When Murphy first addressed the tryout participants, he was adamant that he would not sign anyone from the day's session, a departure from years past, and that he hoped to carry a smaller roster in 2017 - probably 26-28 players - compared to the 40+ players who suited up for the Wolves in 2016.
The fifth-year head coach also confirmed that the club will house out-of-town players again this year, which further narrows the slots available for local players.
Two thousand nine.
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10 local players who should be on the radar screen:
FC Buffalo named Frank Butcher the fourth manager in club history on Monday, succeeding Brendan Murphy who left to join the Rochester Rhinos coaching staff.
“I am a lifelong resident of the Buffalo area,” Butcher said. “I grew up here, played soccer here, and coach here. I love this town and I love the soccer community here. I am excited to be facing this new challenge in my coaching career.”
Joining Butcher on the sidelines are a pair of former Blitzers. Casey Derkacz and John Grabowski will assist Butcher.
Butcher was an assistant coach at the University at Buffalo for two seasons after four years playing for the Bulls. The North Tonawanda High School product was the second-leading scorer at UB in two of his four seasons, and was Academic All-Conference.
Currently the head coach at Grand Island High School, Butcher is the two-time defending WNY Coach of the Year. His Vikings are 28-0 in league play over the past two seasons, New York State finalists in 2016 and state semifinalists in 2015. Overall, he boasts a 96-34-3 record as the boss at Grand Island.
FC Buffalo conference schedule 2017
Saturday, May 20 – vs. Dayton Dynamo, 7 p.m.
Friday, May 26 – at Erie Commodores, 7 p.m.
Friday, June 2 – vs. Rochester River Dogz, 7 p.m.
Friday, June 9 – at AFC Cleveland, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, June 11 – vs. Syracuse FC, 2 p.m.
Wednesday, June 14 – at Syracuse FC, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, June 17 – vs. Fort Pitt Regiment, 7 p.m.
Friday, June 23 – at Rochester River Dogz, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, June 25 – at Dayton Dynamo, 4 p.m.
Friday, June 30 – vs. Erie Commodores, 7 p.m.
Sunday, July 9 – at Fort Pitt Regiment, 2 p.m.
Friday, July 14 – vs. AFC Cleveland, 7 p.m.
BUFFALO, NY (May 15, 2017) --- The Western New York Flash Academy is proud to announce an agreement with National Premier Soccer League side FC Buffalo as official club affiliates. This is the first partnership of its kind for FC Buffalo and serves as the top of the pyramid for the boys side of the WNY Flash Academy.
The Flash Academy is an inaugural member of the Boys Elite Clubs National League (ECNL), and will begin play in Fall 2018. The relationship with FC Buffalo provides a top tier pyramid goal for boys within the club.
National Premier Soccer League (NPSL)Verified account @NPSLSoccer 18h18 hours ago
Ali Shawish had a goal and an assist as @FCBuffalo rode a hot start to a 4-1 win over League 1 Ontario side @NMSC_L1_Men in an international friendly #NPSL Recap: http://www.npsl.com/news/8703
2019 season recap:
On a decade in American soccer
December 31, 2019