OCB Schedule

Orlando City B Unveils Complete 2020 Schedule

ORLANDO, Fla. (Dec. 20, 2019) - Orlando City B has announced the complete, 28-game schedule for its 2020 USL League One season, presented by Orlando Health. The full schedule can be found at the link here

Led by newly appointed Head Coach Marcelo Neveleff, OCB will begin its second season in USL League One on Saturday, March 28 when the Lions travel to face 2020 expansion side New England II at Gillette Stadium. The two sides will meet twice more throughout the year, on June 5 and August 28, both in Kissimmee. 

Orlando will see two other new opponents in 2020 in Union Omaha, who the Club faces on April 25, July 2 and Oct. 3, and in-state opponent Inter Miami II on June 21 and July 24. 

The Lions will have the opportunity to use home field advantage while looking to make a postseason push, playing five of their final seven games at Osceola County Stadium - OCB’s new home field located on the grounds of the Orlando City SC Training Complex at Osceola Heritage Park. 

To celebrate the team’s new home at Osceola Heritage Park, fans can purchase a ticket to the 2020 home opener for just $8 at the link here. Fans looking to become Season Ticket Members can reserve their spot in line for seat location here. Group ticket information for the upcoming season can also be found at the link here or by calling (855) ORL-CITY. Single game ticket information will be announced at a later date.

Fans can reserve their spot to the home openers for the Club’s three teams with the Home Opener Holiday Pack presented by Orlando Health. This package includes two (2) tickets to the 2020 home openers for Orlando City B (USL League One), Orlando City (MLS) and Orlando Pride (NWSL). Details on that package, which also include two limited-edition coffee mugs, can be found here.

The entirety of the 2020 League One season will be available live on ESPN+ in the United States.

The USL League One Playoffs will expand from four to six teams in 2020, with the top two seeds receiving first-round byes. Following the first round, the top-seeded team will meet the lowest seeded team remaining and the second-seeded team will play the second-lowest seeded team remaining in the League One Semifinals.


 

Match

Date

Opponent

Venue

1

Sat., March 28

New England II

Gillette Stadium

2

Sat., April 4

North Texas SC

Toyota Stadium

3

Sat., April 11

Chattanooga Red Wolves SC

Osceola County Stadium

4

Fri., April 17

FC Tucson

Osceola County Stadium

5

Sat., April 25

Omaha

Werner Park

6

Fri., May 1

Greenville Triumph SC

Osceola County Stadium

7

Sat., May 16

Richmond Kickers

Osceola County Stadium

8

Sat., May 23

Chattanooga Red Wolves SC

TBD

9

Sat., May 30

FC Tucson

Kino North Stadium

10

Fri., June 5

New England II

Osceola County Stadium

11

Fri., June 12

Tormenta FC

Osceola County Stadium

12

Sun., June 21

Inter Miami II

Lockhart Stadium

13

Sat., June 27

Richmond Kickers

City Stadium

14

Thur., July 2

Omaha

Osceola County Stadium

15

Wed., July 15

Forward Madison FC

Breese Stevens Field

16

Sat., July 18

Greenville Triumph SC

Legacy Early College

17

Fri., July 24

Inter Miami II

Osceola County Stadium

18

Fri., July 31

Toronto FC II

BMO Training Ground

19

Sun., Aug. 9

Tormenta FC

Erk Russell Park

20

Fri., Aug. 14

FC Tucson

Osceola County Stadium

21

Sat., Aug. 22

Chattanooga Red Wolves SC

TBD

22

Fri., Aug. 28

New England II

Osceola County Stadium

23

Thur., Sept. 3

North Texas SC

Osceola County Stadium

24

Fri., Sept. 11

Tormenta FC

Erk Russell Park

25

Tue., Sept. 15

Forward Madison FC

Osceola County Stadium

26

Fri., Sept. 18

Greenville Triumph SC

Osceola County Stadium

27

Fri., Sept. 25

Toronto FC II

Osceola County Stadium

28

Sat., Oct. 3

Omaha

Werner Park

 

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UPDATE: March 19, 2020 - In accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidance to postpone events involving more than 50 people over the next eight weeks, Major League Soccer has extended the postponement of its matches during this period of time. MLS remains focused on playing the entire 2020 season and is evaluating all options, including pushing back the end of the season and playing MLS Cup in December, as the league did prior to the 2019 season. The league is also identifying other available dates. Throughout this process, MLS will continue to prioritize the safety of our fans, players, employees and partners and to coordinate with federal and local public health authorities as well as other sporting organizations..