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Information compiled and written by Nathan Wertheimer
Central Florida, get ready for the return of Orlando City B team. This is going to be a fun and exciting USL League One game our your backyard. OCB will make its debut at its new home when it hosts the Chattanooga Red Wolves on Saturday, April 11, 2020, game time TBA. The Lions will play its first-ever match at Osceola County Stadium, the 5,400-seat stadium located on the grounds of the Orlando City SC Training Complex at Osceola Heritage Park. Orlando Health is presenting this game.
Who is OCB? It stands for Orlando City B Team and plays in the USL League One. This team has rich history playing home games at a variety of stadiums, which include Eastern Florida State Soccer Stadium, Exploria Stadium (formerly Orlando City Stadium), Montverde Academy Soccer Field, and now Osceola County Stadium. OH Park is now the permanent home of the Lions. They are here to stay.
Before the Lions move-in, there was the Florida Firefrogs minor league baseball team. The team was disbanded. Soccer has now taken over. This stadium has many fan favorite amenities.
These OCB players are hungry for a championship. The players’ ages range from 15-23 years old. Here are just some of the players to watch such as Matheus Silva, Jordan Bender, and Christian Herrera.
Get your single and season tickets now. Tickets start at just $8 online line or at the gate. Service fees may apply if buying tickets online. Group ticket information for the upcoming season can also be found at the link here or by calling (855) ORL-CITY. Fans looking to become season ticket members can reserve their spot in line for seat location here.
It is a 30-45 minute drive depending on traffic from Downtown Orlando to Osceola Heritage Park at Osceola County Stadium. Check your GPS for the best route there. There is plenty of parking at the stadium. Parking ranges from $10-$15 cash per vehicle. Plus, there are close handicap parking spaces near the stadium. This is only valid with any official state handicap tag or placard.
Here are the sights and sounds of an OCB game. Expect these players to have heart and hustle on the field. Each player wants to show their best performance so they can make it to the Orlando City SC first team. Fans can do their part and support these players. The OCB players want to make the other teams uncomfortable playing in Kissimmee. Come and cheer on the OCB team. Rain or shine this game goes on.
For more information please visit www.orlandocitysc.com/ocb .
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