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Crew SC tries to get back track with visit to FC Dallas tonight at 8:30 pm

2020 MLS Match Preview


2020 MLS Regular Season – Week 15
FC Dallas vs. Orlando City SC
Toyota Stadium – Frisco
October 3 – 8:30 PM ET


LOCAL TV: SportsTime Ohio, Texas 21

After suffering just their second loss of the season, Columbus Crew SC head to Frisco to take on FC Dallas Saturday night at Toyota Stadium.

FC Dallas (5W-3L-5D) are coming off a 0-0 draw against Orlando City SC Sunday, while the Crew fell to Toronto FC 3-1 in East Hartford.

FC Dallas are fourth in the Western Conference, just four points behind co-leading Seattle and Portland, while the Crew still top the East, but their lead has been trimmed to just two points.

FC Dallas

FC Dallas couldn’t take advantage of a man advantage for the final 20 minutes and settled for a share of the points with Orlando City SC Sunday night in Frisco. The best chance came early for FCD with when Santiago Mosquera denied by a fine close-range save from Orlando goalkeeper Pedro Gallese in the 10th minute.

“We need to play with more tempo from the back into the midfield to be dangerous. It was too slow,” defender Reto Ziegler said after the match. “We definitely need to do better. It happens usually at home. I don’t know if maybe we have too much confidence or we take too many touches, but we’re going to do better against Columbus, I’m sure.”

FC Dallas will receive solidarity payment as part of Weston McKennie’s transfer from Schalke to Juventus, sources tell

  • Updated team roster
  • Injury Report:
    • OUT: Paxton Pomykal (M) – hip injury
    • OUT: Santiago Mosquera (M) – undisclosed injury
  • Suspended: None
  • Suspended after next caution: None
  • International duty:  None

Columbus Crew SC

Columbus led at halftime courtesy of a Chris Mavinga own goal, but conceded three goals in the second half to fall to Toronto FC 3-1 in East Hartford Sunday night, snapping a six-match unbeaten streak.

“I have a very good team. That didn’t change in one bad half,” Caleb Porter said after the match. “Sometimes in football, you have a bad half. Sometimes you’re playing a really good team that, like I said, raises their level and we just don’t cope with it.”

  • Updated team roster
  • Injury Report:
    • OUT: Vito Wormgoor (D) – ankle injury
    • OUT: Darlington Nagbe (M) – undisclosed injury
    • OUT: Waylon Francis (D) – undisclosed injury
  • Suspended: None
  • Suspended after next caution: None
  • International duty: None

Series Matchup at FC Dallas

  • FC Dallas: 12 wins, 37 goals
  • Crew: 6 wins, 25 goals
  • 4 draws


  • Referee: Ted Unkel
  • Assistant Referees: Frank Anderson, Jeremy Kieso
  • 4th Official: Elton Garcia
  • VAR: Chris Penso

Previous Meetings

Current Form

FC Dallas



Season Stats

FC DallasColumbus Crew SC
13 Games Played 14
5 Wins 9
3 Losses 2
5 Draws 3
19 Goals 23
13 Goals Conceded 8
111 Shots 125
57 Shots on Target 57
158 Fouls committed 186
164 Fouls suffered 198
16 Offside 24
61 Corners 71

Goals Scored

0 1 2 3 4+ Total Avg
DAL 5 1 4 2 1 19 1.5
CLB 5 4 3 2 0 23 1.6

Goals Conceded

0 1 2 3 4+ Total Avg
DAL 4 6 2 1 0 13 1
CLB 9 3 1 1 0 8 0.6








Columbus Crew SC announces 2021 Season Ticket Memberships now on sale to General Public

Columbus Crew SC new stadium playing surface (courtesy Crew SC)

Supporters who book an appointment to purchase Ticket Memberships for 2021 MLS will be given a virtual tour of New Crew Stadium

COLUMBUS — Columbus Crew SC on Thursday announced that Season Ticket Memberships for the 2021 Major League Soccer season are now on sale to the general public. Season Ticket Members will receive preferred pricing for Crew SC matches as well as priority access to all events and opportunities surrounding the downtown, state-of-the-art, New Crew Stadium, which is slated to open in July of 2021 in Confluence Village near the Arena District.

Beginning today, fans can schedule an appointment to purchase Season Ticket Memberships via All supporters who book an appointment will be offered a virtual tour of the New Crew Stadium, giving them a chance to get a preview of the matchday experience, an overview of the stadium design and the opportunity to view and select specific seats.

“We are thrilled to announce that the general public is now eligible to purchase season ticket memberships for the 2021 MLS season,” said Crew SC Executive Vice President and Chief Business Officer Steve Lyons. “Since breaking ground on this world-class facility last October, we have been delighted with the progress of the construction and the momentum of this Club as it is an exciting time for Columbus. To date, we’ve conducted over 4,500 virtual stadium experiences with season ticket members and there has been an urgency to secure seats. A key focus of the design of this venue is the fan experience and creating a stadium that has something for everyone as an inclusive home for soccer and our community. As we open ticket sales to the general public, this upcoming period marks an incredible opportunity to be a part of a family as our Season Ticket Members are the foundation of this Club.

The Crew’s new home – which was built 22 feet below grade to create efficient experience for patrons in the upper and lower bowl – will have a capacity of 20,000 supporters, with canopy covers over every seat. The stadium will also feature an intimate seating bowl experience with close proximity to the pitch, ledge seats offering an unparalleled vantage point to the field, several suites on both the East and West side, as well as field-level VIP experience with seats 16 feet from the pitch adjacent to the team benches.

The New Crew Stadium will boast a public plaza anchored by the CrewHouse – a beer house – as well as an outdoor beer garden on the main concourse directly behind the new Nordecke, the Crew’s supporters’ stand which is set to be the second largest in MLS. Additionally, the New Crew Stadium will also feature two elevated standing-room only terraces directly above the Nordecke.

The stadium is slated to be completed by summer of 2021. To learn everything the stadium has to offer, fans should visit Supporters interested in tracking the development of the stadium may do so via the Construction Cam located on the stadium’s website.

Columbus Crew SC (Soccer Club) is the first club in Major League Soccer. Crew SC is operated by The Edwards Family and Haslam Sports Group. The Black & Gold won their first MLS Cup championship in 2008 and also won the 2002 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup as well as MLS Supporters’ Shield titles in 2004, 2008 and 2009. The 2020 campaign is the Crew’s 25th season in MLS and the 21st season at historic MAPFRE Stadium – the first soccer-specific stadium in the United States.

Website: | Twitter: @ColumbusCrewSC | Instagram: @ColumbusCrewSC | Hashtag: #Crew96 | | Snapchat: ColumbusCrewSC | Stadium: MAPFRE Stadium | Training Facility: Crew SC Training Center at Obetz | Future Training Facility (2021): OhioHealth Performance Center | New, downtown stadium coming July 2021.





25K ride celebrates Club’s 25th season with every dollar raised to be donated to Pelotonia to help fund innovative cancer research;
Crew SC President and General Manager Tim Bezbatchenko to participate in ride that features MAPFRE Stadium and New Crew Stadium on route

COLUMBUS – Columbus Crew SC earlier this week announced media availability details for its Community Bike Ride on Sunday, October 4 in partnership with Pelotonia to raise funds in support of innovative cancer research. In celebration of the Club’s 25th season in Major League Soccer, the ride will span 25 kilometers (15.6 miles), starting with the first peloton group departing at 9:00 a.m. ET from MAPFRE Stadium before heading to the New Downtown Stadium, and then back to MAPFRE Stadium.

Crew SC President and General Manager Tim Bezbatchenko will join riders on the 25-kilometer ride in support of the cause, alongside former player and current Crew SC Director of Team Strategic Partnerships and Business Development Dante Washington, former player and current Crew SC Manager of Team Strategic Partnerships Frankie Hejduk, former Crew SC player Brian Maisonneuve and Pelotonia President and Chief Executive Officer Doug Ulman. Upon completing the bike ride and returning to MAPFRE Stadium, riders can partake in a socially distanced celebration which includes complimentary food and beverages as well as the opportunity to interact with Crew SC leadership and alumni.

Registration costs $96 per individual, with all funds going towards benefiting Pelotonia’s cancer research initiatives. Each rider will receive a Crew SC mask, a Crew SC Pelotonia t-shirt and a Crew SC Pelotonia arrow magnet. As part of registration, participants have the opportunity to purchase a Crew SC cycling jersey for $96 and/or an “I ride for” armband for $10. Supporters interested in signing up for the event may do so via this link.

CREW SC PELOTONIA ITEMS: Images of the items given to riders who register for the event, as well as those available for purchase, can be viewed here:

In addition to the bike ride, the Club will be raffling off a Crew custom bike designed by ROLL. Tickets for the raffle may be purchased online following the conclusion of the bike ride beginning on Sunday, October 4 at 4:00 p.m. ET through All proceeds from the raffle will also go towards benefiting Pelotonia to help fund cancer research. Additionally, supporters may also make donations can be made to Crew SC’s Pelotonia Fund.

ATTACHED:Please find attached an image of the Crew SC custom bike designed by ROLL to be raffled on Sunday, courtesy of Columbus Crew SC.

During the month of September, Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Crew SC hosted several initiatives and activations that took place virtually as well during home matches, including lighting up the MAPFRE Stadium scoreboard in gold in support of MLS WORKS’ Kick Childhood Cancer campaign, with the aim to raise awareness of pediatric cancer as well as honor pediatric cancer patients, survivors and their families.

Founded in 2008, Pelotonia’s objective is funding life-saving cancer research through cycling, entertainment and volunteerism. In 2020, over 11,000 riders have participated in Pelotonia, helping raise over $8 million to date.

Columbus Crew SC (Soccer Club) is the first club in Major League Soccer. Crew SC is operated by The Edwards Family and Haslam Sports Group. The Black & Gold won their first MLS Cup championship in 2008 and also won the 2002 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup as well as MLS Supporters’ Shield titles in 2004, 2008 and 2009. The 2020 campaign is the Crew’s 25th season in MLS and the 21st season at historic MAPFRE Stadium – the first soccer-specific stadium in the United States.

Website: | Twitter: @ColumbusCrewSC | Instagram: @ColumbusCrewSC | Hashtag: #Crew96 | | Snapchat: ColumbusCrewSC | Stadium: MAPFRE Stadium | Training Facility: Crew SC Training Center at Obetz | Future Training Facility (2021): OhioHealth Performance Center | New, downtown stadium coming July 2021.

Founded in 2008, Pelotonia was established with the objective to fund innovative cancer research. As a centerpiece of its year-round fundraising efforts, Pelotonia hosts a three-day experience that includes a weekend of cycling, entertainment and volunteerism. Since its founding, Pelotonia has raised over $215 million for cancer research. Thanks to its generous funding partners – American Electric Power Foundation, Huntington Bank, L Brands Foundation, Peggy and Richard Santulli, Harold C. Schott Foundation, Cardinal Health, Diamond Hill Capital Management and Nationwide – Pelotonia is able to direct 100 percent of every dollar raised by its participants to cancer research at the OSUCCC-James, including the Pelotonia Institute for Immuno-Oncology. For more information, visit or tune in to our podcast ONE GOAL.



Columbus Crew SC 2020 RETURN TO PLAY: Home Matches Available Now!


(courtesy Crew SC)

#15 Cincinnati Bearcats opens AAC play this afternoon at 3:30 against rebuilding South Florida Bulls


Nippert Stadium on the campus of the University of Cincinnati, shortly after renovations were completed in September of 2015 By Ben Levin - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https


Luke Fickell UC FTB coach Reviewing Army This week South Florida Bulls 9 29 2020 (18:26)


CINCINNATI - The No. 15 University of Cincinnati football team returns to Nippert Stadium on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET, closing out a three-game homestand in their AAC opener against USF. The game will air on ESPN+ and 700 WLW AM. The Bearcats are 2-0 on the young season with wins over Austin Peay and then No. 22 Army West Point.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, no fans will be allowed in the stadium on gameday except for immediate family members of players and coaches from Cincinnati and USF. Limited numbers of UC’s spirit groups from band, cheer, dance and the Bearcat mascot will be socially distanced in the stands but not performing on field.











Head Coach Luke Fickell
Record at Cincinnati 28-13 (Fourth Year)
Overall Record 34-20 (Fifth Year)

Head Coach Jeff Scott
Record at School 1-1 (First Year)
Overall Record Same

Facility Nippert Stadium
Capacity 40,000
Radio 700 WLW AM / Sirius 202 / XM 202 / Internet 965
Series Record Cincinnati leads 10-7
At Cincinnati UC leads 6-2
Last Meeting Nov. 16, 2017 – UC W, 20-17

• Play-by-Play: David Saltzman
• Analyst: Keith Moreland
• Online: Mobile App: ESPN

The game will be broadcast to a national audience on the ESPN+ platform. Access the game on any streaming device with the ESPN app and sign up for an ESPN+ subscription ($5.99 per month/$49.99 per year).

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• Play-by-Play: Dan Hoard
• Analyst: Jim Kelly Jr.
• Sideline Reporter: Tony Pike
• Host/Engineer: Mo Egger
• Local: 700 WLW AM
• Satellite: Sirius 202 / XM 202 / Internet 965
• Online: / iHeartMedia App
• Mobile App: TuneIn (search Cincinnati Bearcats)


Saturday marks the 18th meeting between UC and USF in a series which dates to 2003. Cincinnati leads the all-time series 10-7, including a 6-2 edge in Nippert Stadium. The Bearcats snapped a three-game slide in Raymond James Stadium a year ago when Sam Crosa hit a 37-yard field goal as time expired.

Luke Fickell, the 2018 American Athletic Conference Coach of the Year, is in his fourth season at UC. He has led UC to back-to-back 11-win seasons, the 2019 AAC East Division Championship along with consecutive bowl-game wins in the 2018 Military Bowl and 2019 TicketSmarter Birmingham Bowl. A veteran of 20 years in the FBS ranks, Fickell has been a part of two national championship squads, nine conference title-winning teams (seven as a coach, two as a player at Ohio State) with 16 postseason games and 13 NFL Draft selections under his belt

Jeff Scott is 1-1 in his first year as USF’s head coach. The Florida native took the job in Dec. 19 after 12 seasons at

Jeff Scott (courtesy South Florida Athletic Communications)

Clemson, the last five as co-offensive coordinator. He helped lead the Tigers to a five ACC championships, four CFP Championship game appearances (2015, 2016, 2018 & 2019) and two national titles.


  • UC plays its 133rd football season in 2020. The Bearcats program dates to 1885 and is one of the 10 oldest in the NCAA FBS. UC has won a league title five times in the last 13 years and has played 11 bowl games in the past 14 years.
  • Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, UC lost games at Nebraska and vs. Miami (OH) and Western Michigan. The APSU game was moved from Sept. 3 to Sept. 19 and the Bearcats played Army West Point on Saturday, Sept. 26 in Nippert Stadium.
  • No fans will be allowed in the stadium, except for immediate family members of players and coaches.
  • UC has won five-straight American Athletic Conference FB Team Academic Excellence Awards from 2015-20.
  • During the 2019-20 calendar year, UC was the only school in the NCAA FBS to play for a conference title in MBB (winter 2019), lacrosse (spring 2019), baseball (spring 2019), volleyball (fall 2019), football (fall 2019) and WBB (winter 2020).
  • Fifteen states and four countries are represented on UC’s 2020 roster, which features nearly 62 percent (77/125) Ohio natives, including 31 from Cincinnati. Eighty-three of UC’s 125 players (66.4 percent) are sophomores or below.
  • UC is 24-5 since 2018, ranking among the Top-10 teams in CFB in winning percentage during that span (.821).
  • Cincinnati is No. 15 in this week’s Associated Press and USA Today Coaches polls.
  • UC comes off a 24-10 win over then No. 22 Army which saw the UC defense hold Army to a season-low 182 yards on the ground. The Black Knights entered the game with the NCAA FBS’ top rushing offense, averaging 389.5 yards per game.
  • UC has won 15-straight games in Nippert Stadium, the sixth-longest active streak in the NCAA FBS. Clemson (23) leads the way, followed by UCF (21), Notre Dame (20), Ohio State (20), UAB (19) and Cincinnati (15).
  • QB Desmond Ridder became the eighth signal caller in school history to cross the 5,000-career passing yards plateau. He has thrown for 5,063 yards in his career thus far and sits seventh on the all-time passing chart.
  • DE Ethan Tucky blocked an Army punt in the second quarter, his first of the season and fifth of his career.




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