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 (

SF Glens:

The SF Glens 2019 schedule (

Santa Cruz Breakers:

Santa Cruz Breakers 2019 schedule (

In addition to the San Jose Earthquakes, 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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

Santa Cruz Breakers v SF City

SF City finished their 2018 PDL season on the road with an afternoon 2-0 win over the Santa Cruz Breakers at Cabrillo College in Aptos.  Gerardo Mendoza’s two goals were the difference maker in this game as City ended things on a positive note.

Facebook series – Santa Cruz Breakers vs SF City

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


The win closed off in what was a season of highs and lows.  The top highlight was their US Open Cup win at Oakland against NPSL contenders CD Aguiluchos, and a road win at Boxer against their crosstown rivals the Glens.  Despite their slow start to the season on the road that resulted in 5 losses and 1 draw, City finished strong taking 2 wins over the Breakers and 1 against the Seahorses; only their loss at home against the Glens was the taint on that streak.   The team has very high expectations of contending once again in their division and an established Bay Area rivalry against the Glens and the Breakers. (


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.