Our coverage were at four spots, first Wednesday at Oakland, Thursday in San Francisco for a new rivalry matchup, and Saturday for another to open the day before the nightcap in Redwood City.
The Roots had two games one at home against New Mexico and a road trip to San Antonio.
Blanchette helps Oakland Roots earn 9th tie of season vs. San Antonio
Game Notes & Player Ratings: Oakland Roots tie 1-1 with San Antonio FC thanks to big night from Paul Blanchette
Oakland Roots Start Strong, But New Mexico United Takes Charge in Second Half
Game Notes & Player Ratings: Oakland Roots drop early lead, fall 2-1 to New Mexico United
While the Quakes play on the road and lose 2-0 at Salt Lake.
Bay Cities hosted a match against Chattanooga here are the deets from Mike at Soccer Bay Area highlights their loss to the visitors.
Mike has the NPSL roundup – the postseason starts this weekend
NPSL Week 12: Regular Season Ends with Wins By El Farolito, Napa, & Davis
NISA Independent Cup
The bracket was announced and now the schedule has been confirmed.
Bay Cities will host the winner of the Pacific Bracket on Saturday July 23, where they will play either Modesto City, Battle Born (Reno, NV), or Wenatchee All-Stars FC (WA).
Modesto will open on the road at Wenatchee on July 2 at 6:30pm and will host Battle Born on July 16 at 4:30pm.
AFC South Bay in San Jose has been placed in the SoCal Bracket where they will play Soul2Sole FC on the road July 10 at 4pm and then return home to host Capo FC on July 16 at 5:30pm. The winner of that group will play at Albion San Diego on July 23.
SF City Bs lose to the Glens
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To close out, in what was an expected move San Francisco will host games for the 2026 World Cup. Because of League Two coverage we declined the invite – however our friend of the site Doug was there with all the revelry so check him out.
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