LIGHTS FC 2020 SCHEDULE UNVEILED
Home Schedule Highlighted by Home Matches on July 4th, Both Mothers Day & Fathers Day Weekends & Mexican Independence Day.
Home Opener on Saturday, March 14th vs. Sacramento Republic FC. Rivalry Games against Reno scheduled on April 4th (road) and September 26 (home).
Las Vegas, NV – The United Soccer League released the full 2020 regular season schedule for the USL Championship today. To view the full Lights FC 2020 USL Championship schedule visit LightsFC.com/Schedule, and to download printable and wallpaper versions of the schedule go to the following link: LightsFC.com/2020Schedule.
As previously announced, the 2020 season will begin on the road for Lights FC with a nationally televised (ESPNews) match against expansion franchise San Diego Loyal SC on Saturday, March 7. Las Vegas will host their home opener a week later versus Sacramento Republic FC on March 14.
Regular season games at Cashman Field are unknown at this time.
The Silver State Cup versus Reno 1868 FC resumes six games into the season on April 4 in Reno, with the second match being played at Cashman Field on September 26. Las Vegas is looking to take away the state’s supremacy from their neighbors up north after 1868 FC has kept the trophy in the first two years of the rivalry. The return match is set for September 26 in Downtown Las Vegas.
Real Monarchs SLC, defending USL Championship Final winners, will visit Cashman Field on Saturday, May 2, with Las Vegas making the trip to Herriman, Utah on September 12. Phoenix Rising FC, USL Championship regular season title holders in 2019, will be in Las Vegas on Wednesday, September 6 for Lights FC’s lone mid-week regular season home game. The second duel is scheduled less than a month later at the Phoenix Rising FC Soccer Complex on Friday, October 9.
Landon Donovan and San Diego Loyal SC will visit Las Vegas on August 22, while the last regular season match at Cashman Field for Lights FC will be against El Paso Locomotive FC on October 3rd.
Twenty days is the longest length of time that Lights FC will go without a home match this season (three times), with Las Vegas hosting back to back home games in an 8-day span a total of four times in 2019. All but one Lights FC match at Cashman Field will be on a Saturday night, with the lone exception being a Wednesday game against Phoenix Rising FC on September 16.
Single game tickets for all 2020 home matches are now on sale at LightsFC.com/Tix starting at just $15. Additionally, all Lights FC regular season & US Open Cup home matches are included in every Season Ticket Package, which are also available for purchase beginning at just $200 at LightsFC.com/SeasonTickets. Every season ticket includes a free official 2020 match jersey ($80 retail value), plus multiple other unique benefits. Lights FC was voted by Las Vegas Weekly as the 2019 Best Sports Value in Las Vegas.
Lights FC have special voucher books available for purchase that include 10 tickets, a free scarf and more perks like free parking, merchandise discounts, and much more. This is a can’t miss deal with over $300 in value for only $99! To purchase visit LightsFC.com/10Pack or call 702-728-4625.
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