Orlando Pride Announces 2021 Preseason Schedule
ORLANDO, Fla. - With preseason training underway ahead of the 2021 National Women's Soccer League season, the Orlando Pride have announced five fixtures in preparation for the second edition of the NWSL Challenge Cup, slated to kickoff April 9.
After beginning preseason training on Feb. 1, the Pride will play their first match leading into the 2021 campaign on March 3 against Kansas City, who will begin play this year in the NWSL as an expansion side after taking over the operations of Utah Royals FC. Nearly two weeks later, the team will take on Florida State University in Tallahassee on March 13, then return to Orlando to face Flagler College the next day.
The following week, the Pride will head down to West Palm Beach for their second fixture against NWSL opposition to take on the Washington Spirit on March 20 before rounding out their slate with another matchup against the Seminoles, this time facing off in Central Florida.
All matches will be closed-door, however fans will be able to follow along on the Pride's official Twitter, @ORLPride.
The Pride will begin play in the 2021 NWSL Challenge Cup on April 9, with the regular season kicking off the weekend of May 15. Season ticket memberships and Pick 4 ticket plans are now available at Orlando-Pride.com or by calling (855) ORL-CITY.
2021 Orlando Pride Preseason Schedule:
Wed., March 3 vs. Kansas City
Sat., March 13 at Florida State University
Sun., March 14 vs. Flagler College
Sat., March 20 at Washington Spirit
Sat., April 3 vs. Florida State University
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