Match Day Guide: Burlingame Dragons FC v. Los Angeles Laguna

The Burlingame Dragons FC are out to regain their winning ways after last week’s tough loss to the Las Vegas Mobsters 2-1 last Sunday. The Dragons will take on the LA Laguna FC at 4:00pm on Saturday, June 4th. This weekend game will start the stretch of five consecutive PDL home games in the second half of the season for the Dragons. In preparation for Saturday’s match, here is everything you need to know:

 

Presenting Season Partner: Stanford Health Care

Presenting Non-Profit Partner: Gatepath

Location: Dragons Stadium at Burlingame High School

Kickoff: 4:00 pm PST

Box Office/Gates Open: 2:30 pm PST

Buy Tickets: https://red.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&e=f9889092a8e420b67b04f861ad812c1

Parking: http://static1.squarespace.com/static/54c96dc2e4b0de5971c3634a/t/5751aac662cd947d8ce3a525/1464969978743/?format=1500w

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1784778111758603/

Weather Forecast: 77F Overcast

Pre-game Tailgate: http://www.burlingamedragons.com/blueline

In Game Amenities: Blueline Pizza, Nachoria, Post Game autographs and Dragon Bounce House

Merchandise: Available for sale

Broadcast: No live stream.

 

Getting To The Match:

Dragons Stadium at Burlingame High School - https://goo.gl/maps/n6qcKYCnXkm

 

Opponent Preview:

Spending the offseason rebranding, the Los Angeles Laguna FC hope to return to their playoff form this season and continue seeking their first PDL Championship title. But the 2016 PDL season has been tough for them so far. The Laguna dropped the first two opening fixtures at home to the defending champion Burlingame Dragons and the newly established San Diego Zest FC.

The Laguna have struggled both offensively and defensively this season. The team effort combines for only one goal, which was scored in the last game against the Zest. Meanwhile, the defensive end has allowed 6 goals, of which 4 are from the home opening match against the Dragons.

After the last three upset fixtures’ results, the Dragons are now 2-2-1 and sitting in the third spot of the Central Pacific Division ranking. Despite the tough loss last Sunday, the Dragons will look forward to their first home game of the season this weekend vs. LA Laguna FC. The game will start the second half of the season as the Dragons continue their race for the division title.