Orlando City Soccer Club
Orlando City Soccer Club (OCSC) is Florida's professional Major League Soccer team. The team was founded in 2010 has consistently been one of the most successful lower-division teams in the United States. Their team name is The Lions, and they sport the colors purple, red and white. The Lions have won two season titles and a postseason championship in the three short years they've been here. The Orlando City Soccer Club also has a youth soccer club and a team the competes in the Premier Development League.
Games are exciting and you'll find all sorts of fans from the rowdy and excited to those who sit back and enjoy all the entertainment offered. Soccer is one of the most popular sports in the world and in recent years has gained an immense following in America. Soccer games were originally played at Citrus Bowl Stadium, but for 2014, the Lions will call the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex "home" until renovations are completed at Citrus. The soccer season starts in February and runs through September.
Orlando City Soccer have a loyal following of large and small supporter groups that chant, sing, and stand during football matches. They have four major active supporter groups: The Ruckus, the Iron Lion Firm, and the Orlando Natural Riddim Section. The Ruckus is the oldest group, occupying section 120. The Iron Lion Firm separated from the Ruckus at the first season and sit in section 121. The Orlando Natural Riddim Section plays drums and percussion sounds during games from section 109.
The Orlando City Soccer Club plays at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, with their offices in Winter Park.
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