USA USL Championship 03/24 23:00 - Pittsburgh Riverhounds vs Miami FC - View
USA USL Championship 04/01 23:00 - Miami FC vs Memphis 901 FC - View
USA USL Championship 04/08 23:30 - Tampa Bay Rowdies vs Miami FC - View
USA USL Championship 04/15 23:00 - Miami FC vs Detroit City FC - View
USA USL Championship 04/23 20:00 - Miami FC vs Las Vegas Lights FC - View
USA USL Championship 04/30 02:00 - Oakland Roots vs Miami FC - View


USA USL Championship 03/18 23:00 - [4] Miami FC v New Mexico United [9] L 0-1
USA USL Championship 03/11 22:00 - Miami FC v Tulsa D 1-1
America Friendlies 02/15 19:00 - Miami FC v Colorado Rapids L 1-3
USA USL Championship 10/22 23:30 611 Tampa Bay Rowdies v Miami FC L 3-1
USA USL Championship 10/15 20:00 - [5] Detroit City FC v Miami FC [7] W 0-1
USA USL Championship 10/09 02:00 - [9] Las Vegas Lights FC v Miami FC [7] L 3-2
USA USL Championship 10/01 23:00 - [7] Miami FC v Memphis 901 FC [2] W 1-0
USA USL Championship 09/24 23:00 - [7] Miami FC v Monterey Bay FC [9] D 0-0
USA USL Championship 09/17 23:00 - [6] Miami FC v Atlanta United II [13] D 2-2
USA USL Championship 09/09 23:00 - [14] New York Red Bulls II v Miami FC [6] W 1-7
USA USL Championship 09/03 23:00 - [6] Miami FC v Birmingham Legion FC [4] D 1-1
USA USL Championship 08/27 23:00 - [6] Miami FC v Louisville City FC [1] W 1-0


Matches played 38 21 17
Wins 15 5 10
Draws 11 8 3
Losses 12 8 4
Goals for 51 21 30
Goals against 39 24 15
Clean sheets 17 7 10
Failed to score 8 5 3

Wikipedia - Miami FC

The Miami FC is an American professional soccer team based in Miami, Florida that competes in the USL Championship, the second tier of the American soccer pyramid.

The club began play in the North American Soccer League (NASL) in the 2016 season. Following the demise of the NASL, the club participated in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) and the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA) before moving to the USL Championship for the 2020 season. The team currently plays its home games at Riccardo Silva Stadium on the campus of Florida International University.


North American Soccer League

The club was announced on May 20, 2015, as the 12th North American Soccer League franchise with plans to begin play in the 2016 season and later confirmed it would play out of "Ocean First Stadiums" (Now Riccardo Silva Stadium) on the campus of FIU. The team, co-owned by media entrepreneur Riccardo Silva and former Italian national team defender Paolo Maldini, came only one year after former England national team star and Major League Soccer legend David Beckham announced his intent to launch an MLS team in city.

In September 2015, Alessandro Nesta was appointed as the club's first coach.[] On November 20, 2015, Italian sportswear company Macron were announced as the club's kit suppliers on a three-year deal.

Nesta resigned as coach following the completion of the 2017 season, on 17 November.

National Premier Soccer League and 'Miami FC 2'

In January 2018, following the suspension and later cancellation of the 2018 NASL season, the organization announced the creation of "The Miami FC 2" in the National Premier Soccer League with 12 members of its 2017 NASL roster. The intention was for Miami FC's players to play with Miami FC 2 while waiting for the NASL's proposed winter schedule to take effect. The team hired Paul Dalglish as the new head coach on January 25. The team played its home matches at its former training grounds on the campus of St. Thomas University in Miami Gardens.

The team went on to dominate the regular season in the NPSL's Sunshine Conference. Only one loss to Jacksonville Armada FC in the regular season led the team to finish top of the table and in the conference playoffs the beat the Armada, 3–1, to win its first NPSL trophy. After advancing in the national playoffs, including winning the NPSL South Region, Miami FC 2 won the organization's first ever league championship when it defeated FC Motown, 3–1, for the NPSL National Championship on August 4.

For the 2019 NPSL season, the team returned to playing as Miami FC and repeated its previous year's success by finishing atop the regular season table and winning the Sunshine Conference over Miami United FC, 3–2. It won the South Region for a second straight year before becoming the first club to win a second NPSL National Championship when it defeated the New York Cosmos B, 3–1, and earning the organization's eighth trophy in three years.

National Independent Soccer Association

On November 15, 2018, the NPSL announced that Miami would be a founding member in a new professional league, commencing with the "NPSL Founders Cup" competition from August to November 2019, followed by a full league schedule in 2020 at either division 2 or 3 level. However, on July 24, 2019, it was announced that Miami would instead join the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA) for the inaugural Fall 2019 season. The team went undefeated through seven games during the regular season, clinching the top playoff spot in the East Coast Conference. On November 9, Miami won the NISA East Coast Championship over Stumptown Athletic, its ninth trophy in three years.

USL Championship

On December 11, 2019, former USL Championship club Ottawa Fury FC announced that it had sold its franchise rights to the Miami FC ownership group, and the club would begin competition in the league beginning with the 2020 season.

Following the conclusion of the 2021 season, head coach and technical director Paul Dalglish left the team. On November 29, former Inter Miami CF assistant coach Anthony Pulis was named Miami FC's new head coach.