USL League Two Schedule

The schedule for SF City was recently posted in the form of a musical band tour on February 15.  The rest of the local teams are announced here.

Newcomer Almaden FC of San Jose joins the league forming a natural rivalry with Monterey Bay FC 2–which will split time between Salinas and the main stadium of their USL Championship side at Monterey.  Their series will be held towards the late end of the schedule on June 28 at San Jose and July 13 at Monterey.

Other local rivalries are once again in the fold with the Glens (who will reportedly play once again at Skyline College in San Bruno) and SF City (who will split time between Boxer and Kezar for a second straight year).  In addition to the West Side teams Project 510 in Oakland and Marin FC in San Rafael will make for some fierce matches in division play.   The farthest teams outside of the Bay Area are Davis Legacy in the Sacramento area and Academica SC in the San Joaquin Valley at Turlock.

City will split their games with the first four at Boxer Stadium with the remaining three to be held at Kezar with the last game a major rivalry tilt that could have postseason implications if not complete bragging rights.  The Glens will open with four consecutive away games before playing five straight home games with the venue not announced as of this post.

SF City


SF Glens (note: as of press time their venue has not been announced, though for the 2024 season they will continue to play at Skyline College in San Bruno)


Project 51O

Marin FC (note: their venue has not been announced)

Monterey Bay FC 2 – home games are split between Rabbobank in Salinas and Cardinale at the CSU Monterey Bay campus.

Almaden FC – the team will make their debut this season.