Is it all aboard the Orlando City hype train, or should expectations be tempered heading into the season?
Toni Pressley leaves Pride, Orlando City ready for FIU, PRO Referees name Mark Geiger as GM, and more.
After several seasons of stability and certainty, the Lions’ back line has a number of questions to answer ahead of this season.
Martin Ojeda adjusts to Orlando, Forbes unveils MLS club valuations, MLS teams improve their defenses, and more.
Some potential songs to use for your favorite Orlando City players.
The Pride have sent Courtney Petersen and a third-round draft pick to Houston for Allocation Money.
Both of the club’s senior sides receive new arrivals.
The 22-year-old midfielder joins the Lions on a two-year deal with two additional club option years.
After the exits of Joao Moutinho and Ruan, the battles at fullback are ones to watch during Orlando City’s preseason.
The former Houston Dash goalkeeper becomes the first person to hold the newly created position for the Pride.
Life has been good under the Wilf family’s ownership so far. It’s time to see if it can get even better.
The Lions add another young South American as an MLS U22 Initiative player.
New signings for both clubs, goodbye to departing players, and a shakeup in the MLS media world.
As we evaluate the future of our blog/podcast, new Lions are coming and the Pride sign players and lose others.
The popular Argentine center back has been rewarded with a new deal through 2024 with two additional club option years.
The club announced that the couple will leave the NWSL for Iceland after two seasons together in Orlando.
The former OCB coach will manage the Dominican Republic national team.
Multiple online reports say 22-year-old midfielder Dagur Dan Thorhallsson is headed to the City Beautiful.
Scoring more goals than the other team is always a sound game plan for a team with playoff aspirations.