Freedom SC schedule announced
Magic held the Freedom scoreless for the first half of play, but the Freedom came out determined in the second half to score 4 goals.
Despite extremely effective defending by Magic's Eleri Earnshaw, Wales international, the Freedom also broke through in the 77th and 85th minutes of the game with goals scored by Kimmy Francis and Emily Janss.
The Magic is looking forward and planning for this coming weekends match against the South Jersey Banshees. You can catch Magic soccer action at Iona College, 715 North Avenue in New Rochelle, New York.
The Freedom SC will spend July at home against the Magic on the 2nd, the Wildcats on the 9th, the Majestics on the 12th and the Piranhas on the 19th.
With the coaches and many of its players intact from the 2003 WUSA champion team, the Freedom SC has developed a comprehensive club that offers a wide range of programs and services to the female player and fans of womens soccer. In anticipation that womens professional soccer will return when the WUSA re-launches in the future, the Freedom SC has continued to play an exhibition schedule since the WUSA ceased operations in the fall of 2003, facing the Wildcats, Piranhas, Majestics and Vancouver Whitecaps over the past two years. Once the WUSA returns, the Freedom intends to be part of the re-launch and still field a Reserve Team in the W-League, giving more women the opportunity to play all the way to the professional ranks.
Washington Freedom SC schedule