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Game Information and Match Notes - SAFC vs. New Mexico United

October 9, 2020 - United Soccer League Championship (USL) - San Antonio FC News Release

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A True Home Field Advantage

San Antonio FC has always been a tough team to beat at Toyota Field, once again proved in the 2020 season. For the first time in team history, SAFC finished the season unbeaten at home (albeit a shortened schedule). SAFC was 7-0-1 at Toyota Field, outscoring their opponents 17-5 over the course of those games. The club is 41-10-22 all-time at home in the regular season with a goal difference of +52 (129-77).

SAFC Home Record by Season

Season Record Goals Goals Allowed

2020 7-0-1 17 5

2019 9-2-6 37 20

2018 10-3-4 28 21

2017 8-1-7 24 10

2016 7-4-4 23 18

Some Good History San Antonio FC and New Mexico United have only played each other at Toyota Field one time, and the match could be a good omen for SAFC. San Antonio defeated New Mexico 5-0 at home on 8/24/19, marking the most goals scored in a single match for SAFC as well as the club's biggest margin of victory in team history. SAFC midfielder Cristian Parano was named the SWBC Man of the Match in that game after scoring two goals and recording two assists along with five key passes and six successful dribbles.


Western Conference Quarterfinal - San Antonio FC vs. New Mexico United

Date: Saturday Oct. 10, 2020 Kickoff: 8 p.m. CT Stadium: Toyota Field

San Antonio FC: 10-3-3 (1st in Group D, 33 pts)

New Mexico United: 8-4-3, (2nd in Group C, 27 pts)

All-time Series: SAFC is 1-1-0 all-time against New Mexico. The two sides played to contrasting results in 2019 with NMU winning 3-0 at home and SAFC taking all three points at Toyota Field with a 5-0 victory.

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