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2017 Orlando Pride Credential Application Now Open

March 17, 2017 - National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) - Orlando Pride News Release

ORLANDO, Fla. - The credential application for Orlando Pride's 2017 National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) season is now open. The application link is available here.

Due to capacity limitations at the new venue, the Club will transition to a single-game only credential process. The reduced allotment of season credentials for the Club's three teams has been distributed by the Communications team, and applications for these credentials are not available.

Media members are encouraged to submit applications for matches they plan to cover for editorial purposes no fewer than 48 hours before the scheduled kickoff time. Credentials are printed and prepared in-house; therefore, the application will close 48 hours prior to kickoff.

Orlando Pride will play its first match at Orlando City Stadium on Saturday, April 22 against the Washington Spirit. The match at the Club's new stadium will kickoff at 4 p.m. ET.

Any questions regarding Orlando Pride credentials can be directed to Jackie Maynard (jmaynard@orlandocitysc.com).

About Orlando Pride:

With three major professional teams, Orlando City Soccer Club (OCSC) has established itself as one of the preeminent Clubs in professional soccer.

The Orlando Pride, OCSC's National Women's Soccer League franchise, began league play in 2016 - breaking the league's single-match attendance record in its first home game with 23,403 fans in attendance. The team is led by renowned Head Coach Tom Sermanni, former manager for the Australian and U.S. women's national teams.

For more information on the Orlando Pride, visit www.Orlando-Pride.com or follow us on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.

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