Boston City FC Under 20s will kick off the Bay State Soccer League (BSSL) season in knockout cup action on March 31 and will open Division 3 North league play on April 7. Led by head coach Cesar Deossa, who played professionally in his native Colombia, the young Lions will play home matches at Daly Field in Brighton.
Boston City FC owner Renato Valentim, head coach Palhinha, managing director Craig Tornberg, coaches and front office staff welcomed fans to an informal Supporters Summit on Monday night to outline the club’s plans for the upcoming season. Members of the Ironsides Crew led the group, who enjoyed the hospitality of the Tavern In The Square
Twenty local soccer players hopeful of earning a place on the Boston City FC squad for the 2018 National Premier Soccer League season spent two-and-a-half hours working hard to impress Lions head coach Palhinha at the club’s final offseason tryouts. The former Brazil international and star of Sao Paulo and Cruzeiro was assisted by recently
Boston City FC’s sister club in Brasil is celebrating officially becoming a professional club, creating a clear pathway from the academy ranks to potentially the highest level of play in South America. The affiliation to the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) allows Boston City FC Brasil to enter state leagues and target promotion to the national
Boston City FC top scorer Isaac Nana Addai is to return to the Lions for the 2018 National Premier Soccer League season. The popular attacking midfielder found the net 12 times in the NPSL in 2017 and once in the U.S. Open Cup, and led the team with 7 assists. He returns following a loan