Northern California Games of the Week — March 18
Looking for high-quality local soccer to watch LIVE, but don’t know where to start? NorCal Premier Soccer has you covered with our games of the week, which we’ll be running every week from now on.
As it’s our belief that soccer should be supported at every level, NorCal will look to highlight the top professional, college, and amateur games in the region.
“He knows it is ‘player number twelve’ who stirs up the winds of fervor that propel the ball when she falls asleep, just as the other eleven players know that playing without their fans is like dancing without music.” – Eduardo Galeano
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But without further ado, here are this week’s listings:
Professional Game of the Week: San Francisco Deltas vs. Sacramento Republic FC
When: Saturday March 18, 7:00 p.m.
Where: Kezar Stadium, San Francisco
Additional Info: As NorCal sides from rival second divisions, the San Francisco Deltas (NASL) play host to Sacramento Republic FC (USL) in the first-ever meeting between the two clubs. This match represents the final preseason contest for both sides, who open their league seasons the following weekend. There will be no walk-up tickets available for this match, so make sure to order your tickets online. Using this special offer, tickets are as low as $5.
Amateur Game of the Week: CD Aguiluchos USA vs. East Bay Stompers
When: Sunday March 19, 2:00 p.m.
Where: Burrell Field, San Leandro
Additional Info: The National Premier Soccer League kicks off its Golden Gate Conference season with an East Bay derby between last year’s second and third place sides, both of whom qualified for the regional playoffs in 2016. The other teams in the Golden Gate Conference include former NPSL national champions Sonoma County Sol and Sacramento Gold FC, as well as 2017 expansion side Napa Valley 1839 FC. For a season preview of the five-team conference, click here.
Check back next week for more games, as both the USL and the NASL begin play, while the amateur leagues kick into full gear and the college spring season continues.