Two stars of the inaugural Boston City FC season in Brazil are heading to Club Atletico Portal on loan as the club more commonly known as Cap Uberlandia kicks off the Minas Gerais state tournament. Holding midfielder Raian Faria (pictured right) and striker Hitalo De Souza (left) impressed as the Lions’ professional team won promotion 

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It’s 2019 and Boston City FC is approaching a new National Premier League Soccer season, which will be the fourth in club history. Here’s a look inside the numbers at some of the milestones the club and Lions players have reached since that opening 2016 campaign. Boston City’s biggest win came in the fourth game 

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Boston City FC has played three seasons in the National Premier Soccer League and during that time some fan favorites and entertaining players have emerged. Some remain with the club, while others have moved on. Here, we take a look at an All-Time XI from some of the most impressive players to pull on the 

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Boston City FC has a great opportunity for a kind family to host one of our incoming players during the 2019 season. Hosting a member of our squad could involve as little as providing a single room and a warm and welcoming heart to one of our new Lions! Host families are not obligated to 

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Boston City FC head coach Palhinha has stepped down from his role with the club after three seasons in charge. The former Brazil international and three-time Copa Liberatores winner with Sao Paulo and Cruzeiro, who has guided the club’s on-field fortunes since the Lions’ 2016 debut season, will pursue new opportunities. Boston City has already 

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Three Boston City FC teams in Brazil have won promotion in the academy’s inaugural season, with the Under 15s winning the state second division championship to cap an incredibly successful and memorable first campaign. The Lions’ Under-15 and Under-17 teams were both promoted to the State First Division this weekend, where they will play alongside 

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Boston City FC II exited the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup qualifying stages in a 4-1 defeat in the second round as local rivals Safira FC scored two late goals to condemn the Lions, who were by then down to ten men. The visitors’ defense, which had been impacted by a knee injury that caused 

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