Nickname:
Name was chosen as a traditional European Soccer style name, with counterpart Stoke City of the English Premier League.
 
Manager:
   James O'Connor 2018-

Stadium:

  Orlando City Stadium 2017-
 
Logo
2015-Present
4th Season
First Game Played March 8, 2015
 
 
 
 
 
Address:
618 E. South Street Suite 510
Orlando, FL 32801

Phone: (407)480-4764

Web:
http://www.orlandocitysc.com/
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Stadiums: (2)
Citrus Bowl Stadium 2015-2016  Orlando City Stadium 2017-Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
MLS Cup MVP:
None
 
 
 
Best Season:
2015 (12-14-8; 44 points)

Worst Season
:
2017 (10-13-9; 39 points)
 
 
 
 
On the Air:
Televsion:

WRDQ (Channel 27)

Radio
:
 
WTKS (104.1 FM);  WONQ (1030 AM)-Spanish

Broadcasters
:
Lewis Neal, Jeff Radcliffe, Khano Smith and Tom Traxler-English; Israel Herredia and Sergio Ruiz-Spanish
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  Page created on May 27, 2015. Last updated on August 5, 2018 at 11:15 pm ET.  

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Coaches: (5)
Adrian Heath 2015-2016
Bobby Murphy 2016
Jason Kreis 2016-2018
Bobby Murphy 2018
James O'Connor 2018-Present

 
 
MLS Cup Champions:
None

MLS Cup Appearances:
None

Supporter's Shield Winner:
None

Semi-Finals Appearances:
None

Confernce Champions:
None

Playoff Appearances:
None
All-Star Games Hosted:
None

All-Star Game MVP
: (1)
2015 Kaka M

AWARDS
Coach of the Year
:
None

Rookie of the Year: (1)
2015 Clyde Larin F

Scoring Champion:
None

Goalkeeper of the Year:
None

Defender of the Year:
None

MVP:
None
Historical Moments:

2015: Founded by Flavio Augusto da Silva in 2010 Orlando City Soccer Club began play in the tier three United Soccer League. The intention right from the start was to bring the MLS back to Florida following the folding of the Tampa Bay Mutiny and Miami Fusion in 2001. The hard word would pay off when Orlando was awarded a MLS team in 2013, which would begin play in 2015. On March 8th at the Citrus Bowl Stadium, Orlando City coached by Adrian Heath would make their debut against fellow expansion team New York City Football Club. The team new teams would play to a 1-1 draw, with Kaka scoring in the 91st minute for the first MLS goal for the Lions. Orlando City would win its first game five days laterm beating the Houston Dynamo on the road 1-0. Despite struggling through much of the spring, the Lions played well during the early part of the summer and looked to be on track for the playoffs. But a collection of injuries and national team call-ups conspired to drop the team out of the playoff picture to seventh place with a 12-14-8 record. Orlando City did provide a spark with a five game winning streak at the end of the season, but it wasn't enough as Toronto FC finished five points better.

2016: In the final season at the Citrus Bowl before moving into Camping World Stadium, Orlando City came out of the gate playing relatively well, losing only two of their first nine matches. A five game winless stretch in September helped bring down the Lions to 9-11-14 to leave them a point out of the last playoff spot.

2017
:
After narrowly missing out on making the playoffs, the Lions started the season out well in their new stadium, winning six of their first seven and threatening to lead the East. But then came an awful stretch between early May and early September where they only won two games and lost eleven on the way to finishing 10-15-9 and tenth in the East.


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