SF City v Marin FC

Marin FC beat SF City 1-0 thanks to an early 2nd half goal.


The Battle of the Bridge will have its return leg on Sunday July 10 at 3pm.  Meanwhile both teams will take a holiday break before resuming play on July 8.  City will host Ventura County in their final home game of 2022, while Marin FC will host Central Valley Fuego 2 – both games will start at 7pm in their version of “Friday Night Lights”.

This Week 6-27-22

Only one match this past week – this one in San Francisco for City against Davis Legacy.  The return of the Clasico to Stanford will have to wait until September 24 with the match facing possible playoff implications with the match now being the third to last game of the 2022 season for the Quakes.  The team is off until July 3 where they finally return home to face Chicago.

Mike at Soccer Bay Area and Jon at the Roots blog has their takes on the Roots win over Atlanta United 2.

Oakland Roots Overwhelm Atlanta

Game Notes & Player Ratings: Oakland Roots defeat Atlanta United II 3-1, move into 8th

Speaking, it looks like there will be competing women’s teams with a yet to be named club making a bid for the NWSL in San Jose, while the Oakland Soul unveiled their crest and yes it looks great in tandem with their counterpart the Roots.

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The City B’s win over Mezcala while AFC South Bay defeats SF Elite Metro 4-2.

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Bay Cities women win–we hope to cover this team again very soon!

Update 6/28: Mike again at Soccer Bay Area has the NPSL playoff roundup – the semifinals are set for July 9.

NPSL Playoffs Week 1: Top 3 Seeds Advance, Academica Earns Road Win at Contra Costa

BREAKING NEWS – Quakes v Galaxy

NEWS: California Clasico Rescheduled Following Power Outage at Stanford University (sjearthquakes.com)

From the Quakes:

The California Clasico featuring the San Jose Earthquakes and LA Galaxy at Stanford Stadium, originally scheduled to be played this Saturday, June 25, has been rescheduled to Saturday, September 24. Stanford University has been experiencing a power outage due to an equipment failure caused by the nearby Edgewood Fire.

Tickets for that match will be honored at the rescheduled date.

SF City v Davis Legacy

In their first meeting since the NorCal Premier League days in 2015 and second meeting in as many weeks, SF City and Davis Legacy were playing for a win.  The home team took a 3-1 lead before their opponents came back with two goals in the final three minutes of the game.  The end result was a 3-3 draw with both teams even in both matches.

Photo album (coming soon).

SF City will continue their homestand with another midweek game on Wednesday June 29 hosting Marin FC, while Davis Legacy will continue their road swing against the very same opponent at San Rafael on Friday June 24 at 7pm.

SF Glens v Project 51O

In a battle between the top two teams in the USL League Two Southwest Division the Glens and the Roots reserves play to a 1-1 draw.

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The Glens continue their homestand on Sunday June 26 against the Southern California Seahorses at 1pm while Project 51O hosts Marin FC on the same day at 3pm.

This Week 6-20-22

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.

San Jose Earthquakes fall to Real 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.

Bay Cities FC Throttled By Chattanooga

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

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.

SF Bay Area selected as venue for 2026 FIFA World Cup

Our coverage will continue from now until October when the final game is played in the Bay Area.  Follow us on Instagram for more @3pointsport

Bay Cities v Chattanooga FC

The visitors took an early lead and held on for a 3-0 win.

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Bay Cities will have a few weeks rest before reconvening to host LA Force on July 9 at 7pm. Chattanooga will continue their road trip with a match against the same club on Wednesday June 22 at 7pm before returning home to host Michigan Stars on Saturday June 25 at 4:30pm.

SF City FC v Project 51O

The East Bay club win 3-1 on the return leg in San Francisco and sweep the series.

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Project 510 have a short break as they continue their road swing to San Bruno to face the Glens on Saturday June 18 at 1pm, while City has another midweek home match this time against Davis Legacy on Wednesday June 22 at 7pm.

Roots v New Mexico

The Roots made the first tally of the game thanks to an  Edgardo Rito goal in the 20th minute.  However New Mexico came from behind in the second half thanks to goals from Neco Brett in the 58th minute and Chris Wehan nine minutes later to seal a road win.

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Oakland has a quick turnaround with a road game at San Antonio this Saturday at 6pm, while New Mexico United have a week off before hosting Rio Grande Valley on Wednesday June 22 6pm kickoff.