Orlando City B Statement on Fan Access to Home Matches in Kissimmee

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Press Release by Orlando City B

ORLANDO, Fla. (Aug. 5, 2020) – Orlando City B will kick off its 2020 USL League One home season on Friday, August 14 at Osceola County Stadium at Osceola Heritage Park. Today the Club has announced that, to begin the season, OCB home matches will be closed-door. However, the Club will continue to monitor the current climate on a week-by-week basis and re-evaluate the opportunity to open matches to fans. Further updates will be provided as they become available.

While fans will not be able to attend matches at the moment, each game will be available via live stream on ESPN+. Season Ticket Members and those who have already purchased tickets will be contacted by a representative of our Member Services team for further information

About Orlando City B:
In September 2018, Orlando City B became a founding member of the United Soccer League (USL) League One. With previous stints in USL from 2010 to 14 and from 2016 to 17, OCB continues the Club’s rich tradition in the league, having previously won two USL Pro championships and three regular-season titles.

The team plays its home matches at Osceola County Stadium, a 5400-seat venue on the grounds of the Orlando City SC Training Complex at Osceola Heritage Park. For more information on OCB, visit OrlandoCitySC.com.

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