SF City v SF Glens

In what was a goalless draw in the return leg of the SF PDL Derby, Arda Bulut scored off the penalty spot in the 85th minute to break the deadlock.  That accounted for the only tally of the match as the Glens exacted a measure of revenge in their 1-0 road win over SF City.  For this season each team won on the road, as City did at Boxer Stadium on June 2 and the Glens returning the favor on July 12.

Facebook series – SF City vs SF Glens

Flickr set – photos include the instagram posts. All photos by Nap Badillo. All rights reserved.

The Glens will finish out the season Saturday July 14 against the Fresno FC U23s at Boxer Stadium at 3pm.  City will hit the road to play the Santa Cruz Breakers on Sunday July 15 at 5pm to complete the 2018 season.

SF Glens Claim The City’s Bragging Rights with 1-0 Road Derby Win (sfglens.com)


SF City v Southern California Seahorses

Barry McCabe kicked off the scoring 9 minutes into the game, while Jonathan Partida and Gerardo Mendoza added to the first half tally to give SF City a 3-1 lead. They never looked back in the second half while Kei Tomozawa added an early second half tally in the 53rd minute to give the team an insurmountable lead. The Seahorses added a second goal but it was not enough as SF City defeated the Seahorses 4-2.  The win was the second straight for SF City, while the Seahorses were swept on the road thanks to losses from the two SF PDL clubs.

Facebook series – SF City vs Southern California Seahorses

Flickr set – photos include the instagram posts. All photos by Nap Badillo. All rights reserved.

SF City play out the string Thursday 7pm with their last home game against the Glens in the return leg of the SF Derby, followed by a road game Sunday July 15 at 4pm against the Santa Cruz Breakers.  The Seahorses return home to play against Fresno FC U23s Wednesday July 11 at 7pm before finishing their season slate hosting Orange County SC U23s on Sunday July 15 at 4pm.

Game summary from the team.


This week 7-9-18

We’ll get you caught up on this week’s news.  We were at the SF City match against the SoCal Seahorses.

First, a recap on the NPSL Best XI courtesy of Tommy Hodul.

2018 NPSL Golden Gate Conference Best XI

Next up, the Glens beat the Seahorses Friday night 3-1.  They play out the string this week at Kezar against SF City Thursday night 7pm, and then on Saturday host Fresno at Boxer Stadium 3pm.

SF Glens Battle from Behind to Down Seahorses, 3-1


Some highlights from the NPSL playoffs… Farolito defeat Sonoma 2-0.

NorCal Game of the Week July 7th: El Farolito Edge Past Sol in the 1st Round of the NPSL Playoffs


CD Aguiluchos lose their playoff game 4-2 over FC Golden State in the NPSL playoffs.  Thank you Aguiluchos and Sonoma County for a wonderful season.  El Farolito moves on in the post-season tournament.


SF City will be volunteering at the Street Soccer event later at the end of July.


Bay Area Soccer Roundup: SF City and SF Glens clash in SF Derby, El Farolito advances in NPSL playoffs

From yesterday’s Beautiful Blog at sfgate.com – yes been published again.  Thank you Doug Zimmerman.  Give him a follow–we admit he does a better job with what we do but he’s been around for a very long time.

Update 7/13: Should have added this earlier and just found this one out.  However relevant since El Farolito will be hosting ACM Portland in the NPSL playoffs Saturday 7/14 at 11:30 am.  Note there will be two games at Boxer, as the Glens will host Fresno afterwards at 3pm.


Soccer related podcasts

Again, 3pointsport is more of a photo and journalism site and we’d rather devote our time and effort towards covering what is soccer, or any other fringe sports, in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Yesterday we posted a blurb on Path 2 Pro Soccer and their podcasting.  This time we’ll take to twitter on who to follow.  We like to provide supporters and fans with the resources to hear the latest buzz on the Quakes, or soccer in the Bay Area in general.

has a podcast http://www.path2prosoccer.com/podcast/

@NBCSQuakes – ’74 til Infinity https://www.nbcsports.com/bayarea/content/74-til-infinity-quakes-podcast

– the team hosts Off pitch 74 https://www.sjearthquakes.com/topics/pitch-74

– Goonie Time Radio https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/quakesfan/goonie-time-radio

hosts podcast of same name – https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/quakes-after-90/id869667836

– AftershockRadio https://quakesepicenter.com/category/aftershock-radio/

and @sperrydaniel94 hosts 24/74 https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-24-74-show/id1242578888?mt=2

@DickandVicSH – Dick and Vic Soccer Hour https://soundcloud.com/dick-vics-soccer-hour


@FootySF is defunct but including them as well, even if they are now archives – Charles and Nate did a great job with the episodes. https://soundcloud.com/footysf

If there are anymore Quakes or Bay Area soccer podcasts to be added, let us know. A thank you to @Quakesfan and @QuakesPride for the podcast compendium.


Interview (path2prosoccer.com)

Since we are more of a photo site and don’t have a podcast site as of now, we like to pass along anything that is of interest in regards to Bay Area footy.

Path 2 Pro Soccer and Tommy Hodul have an interview with Nick Lima, who just signed a contract extension with the Quakes.  One of the success stories from the Quakes Academy, he gives his thoughts in the link below.  Note that it is Episode 2.


We will be back covering the PDL beat this weekend.

This week 7-2-18

Some soccer news to get caught up. We were covering the Quakes/Galaxy Clasico from Stanford followed by the PDL tilt between City and the Santa Cruz Breakers.

Glens and Golden State Force play to a scoreless draw.

Glens’ Defense Stifles Golden State Force in Scoreless Draw


Sacramento Gold season ends up on a low note.

Disappointing loss ends season


CD Aguiluchos is once again heading to the playoffs.


Game-worn SF City Pride Jerseys Being Auctioned for Charity

Soccer Putting Down Roots in Oakland  (East Bay Express)


SF City v Santa Cruz Breakers

In what was an otherwise scoreless game for about 70 minutes, SF City broke through with a goal from Jesse Stafford-Lacey, followed by two more from Armand Bagramyan, with the assist by Edu Caho Salinas, and then the insurance goal by Kei Komozawa to give SF City a 3-0 victory over the PDL debutants Santa Cruz Breakers.

Facebook series – SF City vs Santa Cruz Breakers

Flickr set – photos include the instagram posts. All photos by Nap Badillo. All rights reserved.


Next up for City will be the remaining home games–first up against the Southern California Seahorses on Sunday July 8 at 1pm followed by a Thursday night SF derby hosting the Glens on Thursday July 11 at 7pm.  Santa Cruz will head down the road and play Ventura County Fusion on Saturday July 7 at 7pm.

Team recap:


Update 7/3: game recap added

Update 7/4: game time corrected. Kick-off is at 1pm.


Quakes v Galaxy

Chris Wondowlowski added to his legend with a brace thanks to an early first half goal and a second half penalty kick.  However, Zlatan Ibrahimovic added two goals to his own tally while Romain Alessandrini rounded up the Galaxy scoring, all in the first half.  Vako contributed to the Quakes scoring with his tally in the 39th minute.  The eighth game at Stanford Stadium (and seventh overall between the two teams) ended up being a 3-3 draw.

Wondolowski’s two goals moved him closer to the all-time MLS record with 140 career goals.  He needs only 5 more to tie Landon Donovan for first place with 145.

Facebook series – Quakes v Galaxy. Photos by Nap Badillo. All Rights Reserved

The critique of Saturday’s 3-3 draw thank you Quakes Fans​.

Average (L.A Galaxy Cali Clasico GBU Report)

Also one article here from QuakesTalk – which is another outside take on the team.   Chris Wondolowski and David Bingham seemed to have a grudge against each other–just me being a fan on this one.

Bad Blood? Bingham and Wondolowski exchange quips after Clasico clash

Next up for San Jose is a road trip against the Portland Timbers on July 7 at 8pm.  Next up for the Galaxy is a home game on the 4th of July against DC United, followed by another game on July 7 hosting Columbus.

Updates 7/2: Facebook photo album (notebook) and article from Quakes Talk added.

SF City v Fresno FC U23s

The Fresno FC U23 team continued their series domination of SF City with a 3-1 win at Kezar Stadium.  Alvaro Nogales opened the scoring for the team formerly known as the Fuego in the 26th minute, and they held on to the lead for the entire match with additional goals from Johnny Rodriguez in the 59th minute and Diego Casillas in the 64th. A penalty kick save from Fresno FC kept City from the tally board in the 75th minute, but they found the net 2 minutes later thanks to substitute Ashish Chatta, who entered the game moments earlier. The loss leaves City in last place in the group with only 7 points, and with 4 games left in the season.

Of note was SF City donning the LGBT Pride jerseys for the second straight year.  The team announced online that the limited edition match worn kits will be auctioned on eBay to benefit the AIDS Legal Referral Panel, which assists people in the Bay Area with HIV/AIDS maintain or improve their health by resolving their legal issues through free and low-cost legal services.

Facebook series – SF City vs Fresno FC U23s

Flickr set – photos include the instagram posts. All photos by Nap Badillo. All rights reserved.

Next up for SF City is another Sunday match against PDL debutants Santa Cruz Breakers July 1 at 2pm.  The Zorritos will return home to host Ventura County on the same day at 4pm.

Recap from the team site:


Update 7/3: recap from sfcityfc.com