SF Glens v Academy of Art

The Glens came off with a 6-3 victory over the Academy of Art in their preseason tuneup at the Beach Chalet.


The Glens will have one more friendly, this time against the San Jose Earthquakes reserves on Saturday April 27 5pm at Skyline College in San Bruno.  Admission is free.  Of note: the main team will be on the road at Dallas on the same day with a 12:30pm kickoff on Univision.

The Glens will open their season the road against SF City on Sunday May 5 with a 6pm start time.  They will continue their away slate with 2 games at Southern California–one against Golden State Force on Friday May 10 and then Orange County U23s on Sunday May 12 before opening up their home schedule Friday May 17 against the Santa Cruz Breakers 6pm kickoff.

USL League Two schedule announced.

The USL League Two schedule was announced today and both SF City and the SF Glens have a full slate of matches on the docket.

First up City will hit the road at Santa Cruz on Friday May 3 at 7pm before having their home opener on Sunday May 5 at 6pm against, you guessed it, the Glens. That match also serves as the visiting team’s season opener. The Glens in turn will open their Boxer Stadium slate on Friday May 17 at 6pm hosting Santa Cruz. The return leg between the two SF sides at Boxer Stadium will be on Tuesday July 2 at 6pm .

The full slate of games are as follows – from the USL League Two site.

SF City FC:

The SF City 2019 schedule (www.uslleaguetwo.com)

SF Glens:

The SF Glens 2019 schedule (www.uslleaguetwo.com)

Santa Cruz Breakers:

Santa Cruz Breakers 2019 schedule (www.uslleaguetwo.com)

In addition to the San Jose Earthquakes, 3pointsport.com is also the flagship site for SF City matches. We will also be covering select SF Glens games in addition to the two rivalry games at Kezar and Boxer. Keep checking the site for the latest in news, photos, and information.

Latest News

It looks like Quakes defender Nick Lima will have his chance to earn his first cap either against Panama or Costa Rica. All of the players on Gregg Berhalter’s team are MLS based players and are hoping to earn a further look as the US team begins their Gold Cup run this year, and eventually their World Cup qualifying run in 2022.

NEWS: Earthquakes Defender Nick Lima Named to Final USMNT Roster (sjearthquakes.com)

And the take from QuakesFan.com

The Quakes will begin their pre-season camp in Cancun, Mexico. One game is slated to be played there before returning to the US for a 3 game warmup at Reno on February 9, a closed door match against LAFC on February 16, and the traditional pre-season warmup on February 23 against the Seattle Sounders.

Some news from Sacramento regarding their MLS bid. The team currently plays in the USL Championship.

Sacramento Republic acquire new lead investor for MLS expansion push (nbcsports.com)

From the SF Glens Instagram. Their USL League Two (previously the PDL) schedule will be announced on Wednesday January 30, and that will include the home and home matches against cross town rival SF City–which we can best presume they will announce their season as well. (We await their schedule but 2019 memberships are available here.) A major note is that Fresno FC U23s is not on the list and that the Northern California group will include the San Francisco teams and the second year Santa Cruz Breakers. Stay tuned to 3pointsport for more USL League Two news.

SF Glens v SF City revisited

Once again, SF City has their take on the Glens game.

The 2-1 victory over Glens at Boxer Stadium was the first of four wins out of six, seeing us go atop our local rivals in…

Posted by San Francisco City FC on Tuesday, November 13, 2018


From the previous posts:

Our original game day summary from June 2.

Facebook series




By the way, thank you James.  Looking forward to the next matchups. 🙂  James being Jimmy Conrad from the Quakes, Sporting KC, and the US National Team now plying his trade with the rival Glens.  We’ll be reporting on them as well.


We’ll be posting the retrospectives here at 3pointsport.com, and give SF City a follow.  Yes, the Glens as well.



SF City v San Diego Zest revisited

Aguiluchos v SF City (US Open Cup) revisited




Friday News/Press Conference

Not much to report except the Quakes will be on the road playing out the schedule against the Houston Dynamo.  Kickoff at 5:30pm on NBCSCA Plus.

Also the Oakland Stompers are fresh off their win last weekend over the Oakland Leopards (Oakland Roots reserves) in the first round of the US Open Cup.  They open up UPSL league play against Real San Jose at Raimondi Park Saturday 7:30 pm.

Home Opener vs. Real San Jose (oaklandstompers.com)

Also, Jimmy Conrad was introduced as the SF Glens Technical Director/Associate Head Coach.  It looks like that he will be coaching not only the PDL (USL: League Two) outfit as an assistant but also will be overseeing the various teams under the team’s umbrella ranging from futsal to the youth groups.  Conrad’s playing resume includes stints with the San Jose Earthquakes/Clash, Kansas City Wizards (Sporting Kansas City), and in college with UCLA.  He also played in the 2006 World Cup for the USA.



The latest interview is with Jimmy Conrad at path2prosoccer.com and also there are other chats with Reno 1868 coach Ian Russell, former SF Deltas coach and current LAFC assistant Marc Dos Santos (who has been linked to the Quakes and Whitecaps head coaching jobs), Todd Dunivant, Paul Holocher, and Nick Lima to name.

San Francisco Glens make big splash by hiring former USMNT member Jimmy Conrad


Other updates to follow here.  Keep checking for the latest news and information.

Update 9/30: Article from sfexaminer.com



SF Glens v Fresno FC U23s

Ranier Plantinos opened up the scoring for the Glens in the 19th minute.  However, that was the only goal for the team in the season finale, as the Zorritos tied the score at the 76th minute.  The game ended up in a 1-1 draw.

Facebook series – SF Glens vs Fresno FC U23s

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

The Glens can hold their head high to finish the season, having a scoreless draw against FC Golden State Force, wins over the Seahorses and their crosstown rivals SF City, and another draw against Fresno.  The team can go into the off-season with hopes of improving their standing next year.

SF Glens End Inaugural Season on Four-Game Unbeaten Streak (sfglens.com)

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 Glens v Orange County SC U23s

In a match that was moved from Boxer Stadium to the Beach Chalet at the west end of Golden Gate Park, the San Francisco Glens hosted the Orange County SC U23s. Ranier Plantinos opened up the  scoring with his goal in the 17th minute.  However, the lead was short lived as Conor Gordon responded with a brace with goals in the 23rd minute to equalize and in the 36th minute that gave the visitors a 2-1 lead and eventually the victory.  Their wins Friday at Kezar Stadium vs SF City and Sunday against the SF Glens gave them the sweep on their road trip.

Facebook series – SF Glens vs Orange County U23s

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

The Glens now head on a two game road trip to play the Southern California Seahorses on Thursday June 21 and at the Ventura County Fusion Saturday June 23 before returning home to Boxer Stadium July 1 hosting FC Golden State Force at 1pm.  Orange County 2 continues their road trip playing against the Seahorses on Saturday June 23 at 7pm.


Update 6/18:  https://www.sfglens.com/news_article/show/927815 (sfglens.com)

SF Glens v SF City

In the second match held at Boxer Stadium, Kamron Krow and Ryder Bell each scored in the first half for City, while keeper Remi Prieur saved an early penalty attempt by the Glens’ Tawwab Emiol to give the third year PDL team a 2-1 win over the debutants in the inaugural San Francisco derby.  Emiol later scored in the second half to give the Glens their only tally of the match.

Facebook series – SF Glens vs SF City

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

The Glens will now hit the road for 2 games with matches against the Orange County U23s (LAFC U23s) June 8, San Diego Zest (LA Galaxy U23s) June 10, and Fresno FC U23s June 14 before returning home for Father’s Day June 17 hosting the Orange County U23s. As of June 3 the stadium venue will either be at Boxer Stadium or at another location to be announced. City will return home to Kezar after their “away” win to the other side of town at Boxer to host Ventura County Fusion.

Tommy Hodul of Midfield Press has his game summary.

El Farolito v Napa Valley

Update 6/4: Glens take on the game

https://www.sfglens.com/news_article/show/923794?referrer_id=310975 (sfglens.com)

Update 6/5: City view of the match

http://sfcityfc.com/news/event/san-francisco-derby/ (sfcityfc.com)