SF City FC Announces Pre-season Schedule


San Franciso City FC’s pre-season friendlies begin on March 31st  with a match against Notre Dame Du Namur University! The pre-season will wrap up with the long standing Negoesco derby match against USF on April 28th. The full slate of friendlies is listed below:

Notre Dame Du Namur – March 31st 11am NDN campus Belmont
SF State – April 7th 3pm Cox Stadium SFSU
Academy of Art University – April 14th 2pm Paul Goode Field, Rodriguez Street at the Presidio
Stanford University – April 20th (Friday) 7pm Cagan Stadium Stanford
University of San Francisco – April 28th 7pm Negoesco Stadium USF

Further match day information for these matches coming soon!

Source: SF City FC

Sets from the 2017 SF City pre-season:

vs USF 4/1/2017

vs Stanford 4/7/2017

vs SF State 4/15/2017

vs Academy of Art 4/29/2017

Note:  3pointsport will be at select pre-season games to cover the matches. March 31 and April 14 are dates where SF City and the Quakes home games fall on the same day.  Stay tuned for announcements on the dates we will be shooting photos.

All games Saturday unless listed.

Photos by Nap Badillo

Update 3/28/2018 – game times have been updated.

Update 4/10/2018 – Academy of Art game venue changed from CCSF to Paul Goode Field.

Update 4/19/2018: Stanford game moved from Steuber Stadium to Cagan Stadium.

This week 3-19-18

Monday announcements of note.

San Francisco City FC will be hosting player tryouts Sunday March 25 11 am at the Crocker Amazon fields.  Details in the post below or https://www.facebook.com/SFCityFC/posts/2011091152254149.

Also on Thursday March 22 6:30 pm at Standard Deviant Brewing located at 280 14th Street off Mission Street in San Francisco there will be a Town Hill meeting.  If you want to know more about the team, and the future of soccer from a grass-roots viewpoint this meeting is worth checking out.

Event:  https://www.facebook.com/events/171851650106830/

The details is as follows:

Join us on March 22 at 6:30 pm for a discussion of the club’s future, including planning for professional soccer. Despite a chaotic US soccer scene, SF City has emerged as one of the leaders in the supporter-owned soccer movement. Club chairperson Joachim Steinberg will be speaking about the challenges in the US and SF markets, the club’s professional aspirations, and its current model, at the friendly confines of Standard Deviant Brewery.

Disclosure: I will be at the meeting as a member of San Francisco City FC.

San Francisco City opens up their season Saturday May 5 on the road 7pm at Fresno FC U23s.  Their home opener will be at Kezar Stadium Sunday May 27 2pm against San Diego Zest.  Preseason and regular league schedule is available on the SF City FC website.