Victory announces preseason schedule
The California Victory announced this week a busy preseason schedule that includes games against Cal and the Fiji National Team.
The players arrive for preseason training Monday and will be keen to impress both fans and coaches alike before regular season kicks off.
"We expect everyone to come in fit to camp and work hard to earn a spot on the team," said Head Coach Glenn Van Straatum.
The Victory's inaugural USL First Division season opens with two tough games against powerhouse opposition -- on the road at 2006 champions Vancouver Whitecaps on April 28, and a home season opener against championship game finalist Rochester Raging Rhinos on May 12.
Complete preseason schedule (all fixture details subject to change -- check with us for latest updates):
vs. Cal, Saturday March 17, at College of Alameda, 3:00 PM.
vs. San Jose State, Wednesday March 21, at Spartan Stadium, San Jose, 7:00 PM.
vs. San Jose Frogs, Saturday March 31, at PAL Stadium, San Jose, 7:00 PM.
vs. Real San Juan, Fri. April 6, at American River College, Sacramento, 7:00 PM.
vs. Fiji National Team, Saturday April 7, at the University of San Francisco, 4:00 PM.
vs. Fresno Fuego, Saturday April 24, at Grizzlies Stadium, Fresno, 7:00 PM.
vs. University of San Francisco, Fri. April 20, San Marin High School, Novato, 5:00 PM.
vs. Sonoma State University, Saturday April 21, Santa Rosa Junior College, 7:00 PM.
Tickets will be available at each gate on game day.
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