Match Day Guide: Burlingame Dragons FC v San Francisco City Football Club

The Burlingame Dragons FC will take on the San Francisco City FC at home on Friday, June 24th. After a tough, 1-0 loss to the BYU Cougars in last weekend’s game, the Dragons look to regain home field dominance this week. The game is scheduled to kick off at 7:00 pm PST. In preparation for Friday’s match, here is everything you need to know:

 

Presenting Partner: Stanford Health Care

Location: Dragons Stadium at Burlingame High School

Kickoff: 7:00 pm PST

Box Office/Gates Open: 5:30 pm PST

Buy Tickets: https://red.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&e=cf3246692e0ecd01a074c261af422149

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1752265915057809/

Weather Forecast: 55-75F Sunny

In Game Amenities: Blue Line Pizza, Nachoria, First 125 fans will receive a FREE Burlingame Dragons Thermal Water Bottle courtesy of FloWater, Bounce House, Post Game Player Autographs

Merchandise: Available for sale

Parking: http://goo.gl/On72jn

Broadcast: No live stream.

Getting To The Match: https://goo.gl/maps/n6qcKYCnXkm

 

Opponent Preview:

San Francisco City FC dropped its last match at home in a nail-biting game against the BYU Cougars. This season thus far, SF City has managed just three wins and are looking to even the series with the Burlingame Dragons. In their first meeting, the Dragons thoroughly defeated City 4-0 with a hat trick from Forward Danny Musovski. 

SFCFC has struggled both offensively and defensively this season. Offensively, the team has only produced nine goals, while the defense has given up eleven. They are currently 3-3-2 and sitting at the bottom of the division’s ranking, two points behind the Burlingame Dragons FC.

The Dragons are looking to bounce back with a win at home on Friday. The Dragons have scored 19 goals this season, the most in the division.  Fans are looking forward to seeing if Danny Musovski and Jamael Cox can help lead the team to another win at home. The Dragons, only seven points away from first place, will now use the home crowd to their advantage and continue to defend their championship title. Next Friday, the BYU Cougars return to Dragons Stadium, followed by another Friday night match against the number one team in the Central Pacific, Fresno Fuego.