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Official Philly Fever schedule released

On Thursday, the WPSL Elite League released its official 2012 schedule. Below is the schedule for the Philadelphia Fever, which will being playing its home games at two New Jersey grounds and one in Pennsylvania. Please note that the locations of some of the home games have changed from the preliminary schedule that was released in late March.

Check out our interview with Fever head coach Stuart Gore for what the team has been doing in preparation for their first season.

Day Date Time H/A Opponent Location
Sun. 5/20 7:30pm H New England Mutiny* Washington Township HS, Sewell, NJ
Sun. 5/27 7:30pm H Chesapeake Charge* Egg Harbor HS, Egg Harbor Township, NJ
Thu. 5/31 7:00pm A New York Fury Hofstra University, Long Island, NY
Sat. 6/2 7:00pm A New England Charge East Longmeadow HS, East Longmeadow, MA
Sun. 6/10 7:30pm H Boston Breakers** Daniel Boone HS, Birdsboro, PA
Sun. 6/17 7:30pm H Western New York Flash* Washington Township HS, Sewell, NJ
Sun. 6/22 7:30pm A Western New York Flash Sahlen Stadium, Rochester, NY
Sun. 6/24 7:30pm H Chicago Red Stars* Egg Harbor HS, Egg Harbor Township, NJ
Fri. 6/29 7:30pm H FC Indiana Washington Township HS, Sewell, NJ
Thu. 7/5 7:00pm A FC Indiana IUPUI Stadium, Indianapolis, IN
Sat. 7/7 7:00pm A Chicago Red Stars Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
Sat. 7/14 6:00pm A Boston Breakers Dilboy Stadium, Somerville, MA
Sun. 7/15 7:30pm H New York Fury Washington Township HS, Sewell, NJ
Sun. 7/22 4:00pm A Chesapeake Charge Old Mill School, Millersville, MD

* Doubleheader with AC Crusaders; **Doubleheader with Philadelphia Fury

The Fever, which will play in the Elite League as an NCAA compliant amateur team largely made up of local college players as well as former college players and professionals, will alternate its home matches between New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Most of the home games will be double headers featuring AC Crusaders of the National Premier Soccer League or Philadelphia Fury of US Club Soccer’s National Adult League, each of which is built on local talent. All three teams are backed by Atlantic Soccer Factory, a club-neutral company dedicated to training and educating the next generation of soccer players and the largest privately owned soccer education company in the Delaware Valley.

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