PLAINVIEW, N.Y. – The Rough Riders men will resume USL PDL competition tonight Wednesday July 1st at 7.00 PM, when they go on the road to take on the New York Red Bull’s U23. The game will be held on the fields of the Red Bull Training Facility.
The Rough Riders are currently atop of the Mid Atlantic Division of the 2015 PDL Eastern Conference, having earned 22 points in 10 games. As the New York Red Bull’s U23 are currently 3rd in the division with 18 points out of 10 games, both teams are still within reach for the playoffs.
The Rough Riders are heading into the game, looking to continue their winning ways with their 6th consecutive victory in a row.
The next home game will be held at CY Donnelly Stadium on July 10th when the Rough Riders take on Baltimore at 7.00PM.
Support the Rough Riders and be a part of the Rough Riders Family. The Rough Riders offer many ticket options for home games in order to provide interactive fun for family and friends. Choose between family, team and party packages to make your Rough Rider experience one to remember. Tickets are available for purchase online at www.liroughriders.com//tickets or at the Rough Riders ticket box on game day (box opens 60 minutes before kick-off).
About the PDL
The Premier Development League is the proven developmental leader in North American soccer’s evolving tiered structure. Featuring 65 teams within four conferences throughout the U.S. and Canada in 2015, the PDL has proven to be an important stepping-stone for top professionals now playing throughout the world. In addition to league play PDL teams compete in the Lamar Hunt U.S. open Cup.
About the Long Island Rough Riders
The Long Island Rough Riders have established themselves as one of North America’s premier soccer franchises. Since their inception in 1994, the Rough Riders have won four National Championships playing in the United Soccer Leagues. The Men’s and Women’s teams have featured many star athletes over the years, including U.S. National Team members, MLS All-Stars, and renowned international players many of whom have represented their country in World Cups.
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