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Games of the Week – April 29

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.

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. New York Cosmos

When: Saturday April 29, 7:00 p.m.

Where: Kezar Stadium, San Francisco

Competition: NASL

Additional Info: In somewhat of a slower weekend for live soccer in Northern California, one match stands out as a can’t-miss as the San Francisco Deltas welcome the historic New York Cosmos to Kezar Stadium. Winners of three of the last four Soccer Bowls, the Cosmos (1-1-2) visit a Deltas side that have gone unbeaten in the first four games in club history and are just two points off the top of the NASL table. “We’re playing the champions of last year, the team that has been the most successful team in the NASL in the last four years, a team that has a lot of history, being the New York Cosmos,” Deltas head coach Marc Dos Santos told NorCal Premier Soccer. “It’s a game that can give us the chance to come very close, if not first place in the NASL after five games. It’s the Deltas against the Cosmos and it should be a very exciting one.” Tickets are available here.

Amateur Game of the Week: CD Aguiluchos USA vs. Napa Valley 1839

When: Sunday April 30, 2:00 p.m.

Where: Burrell Field, San Leandro

Competition: NPSL

Additional Info: CD Aguiluchos USA simply cannot stop winning games, shredding the rest of the NPSL’s Golden Gate Conference with a perfect 5-0-0 record thus far to put them on top of the table with a an eight point cushion over second-place Sonoma County Sol (2-1-1). Meanwhile, 2017 expansion side Napa Valley 1839 (0-2-2) are still looking for their first-ever win. Tickets are available at the gate.

Saturday April 29:

Sonoma County Sol vs. Sacramento Gold, Casa Grande High School, Petaluma, 7:00 p.m. (NPSL) Tickets available at the gate.