The Boston City FC build up to the new National Premier Soccer League season kickoff has been deliberately low key in terms of preseason matches. The Lions train three times per week, sometimes four, and the club’s development team Boston City FC II is three matches into the Bay State Soccer League season. Those factors
Boston City and Hartford City clash again this Saturday, April 27, at the University of Hartford (kickoff 7pm) to open the 2019 National Premier Soccer League season in what has become a spicy cross-state rivalry. The last time the Lions and Colts met, Boston City FC was seeking a first win in five matches against
The season starts here! Boston City FC kicks off the club’s fourth season in the National Premier Soccer League on the road this Saturday, April 27, before opening a seven-match home schedule in Revere on May 4. New head coach Michael Bustamante, whose midfield inspiration propelled Boston City to the NPSL playoffs back in the
One of the highlights of the 2018 Boston City FC season was undoubtedly the performances of goalkeeper Jake Wagmeister, who was named Player of the Year by the club’s supporters, the Ironsides Crew. The New Jersey native will be back between the posts for the Lions in 2019, having signed on for the new campaign
One of the most potent goal scorers in Boston City FC history and a teammate with the potential to supply him with scoring chances are back with the Lions for the new National Premier Soccer League season. Striker Jhonata Batista (above), who spent the 2018 NPSL campaign with cross-state rival Greater Lowell after playing for
Only goal difference keeps Boston City FC II off the top of the Bay State Soccer League Division 3 North table, despite the young Lions having scored five goals in each of their first two league matches. With a 2-0-0 record, ten goals scored and four conceded, the team’s record is bettered in the division
Boston City FC midfielder Lincoln Vieira, whose performances in Brazil helped fire the club’s Under 20s team to promotion last season, has been transferred to one of the nation’s biggest clubs, Clube Atlético Mineiro. Vieira becomes the first player transferred from Boston City’s academy in Brazil, which played its first competitive matches at the Under
Three Boston City FC prospects – Samuel Deossa, Christopher Gilbert and Jeremy Pachter – are currently in Brazil, training with the Lions’ sister club’s professional team in the state of Minas Gerais. Here’s the latest in a series of diary updates from the traveling trio, as defender Jeremy gives an update on this exciting venture.
Local player and coaching talent Michael Bustamante has been named the new head coach of Boston City FC as the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) club prepares to kick off the 2019 season. Bustamante, 29, returns to Boston City FC having been one of the stars of the club’s 2016 inaugural season when he was
Boston City FC II will again compete in the Bay State Soccer League (BSSL) and the Ucal Breakaway McKenzie Cup under head coach Cesar Deossa, with the 2019 season kicking off on Saturday, March 30. Boston-based recruitment firm The Gaisce Group is the presenting sponsor of all Boston City FC II matches in BSSL competitions.