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Lansing United Announces 2015 Schedule

WRITTEN BY: Nick Barnowski
PUBLISHED ON: February 02, 2015

The National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) announced today Lansing United’s 2015 schedule.

United will play in the Midwest Region as there are no longer conferences with in the region. The Midwest Region will be made up of 13 teams: Lansing United, Detroit City F.C., Indiana Fire, Michigan Stars, Cincinnati Saints, Fort Pitt Regiment, Erie Admirals, A.F.C. Cleveland, F.C. Buffalo, Minnesota United Reserves, Madison 56ers, Minnesota TwinStars and F.C. Indiana. Each team in the Midwest Region will play 12 league games (six home and six away). The region will feature one 13-team table. At the conclusion of the regular season, the top four teams will qualify for the Midwest Region playoffs.

“It’s great to see the schedule released, it means we are closer to kicking off our 2015 campaign,” United head coach and general manager Eric Rudland said. “There will be great competition in our region and I’m sure we will get each club’s best match as we are no longer an unknown commodity.”

United will open up the 2015 season with a pair of friendly games. Lansing will host A.F.C. Ann Arbor Saturday, May 2. The following Saturday (May 9), Grand Rapids Football Club will visit United. United will open up NPSL play at home on Friday, May 22 against the Indiana Fire.

United will once again call the East Lansing Soccer Complex home. Season tickets are now on sale for $65. The six NPSL games and two friendlies are all included in the season ticket package. Once again, fans will receive a one of a kind scarf which will serve as their season ticket. They can be purchased here.

“Our inaugural season was a fun ride, but it’s now in the rear view mirror,” Rudland said. “The team building phases are in full swing and we can’t wait to play again. The hope for 2015 is to be a worthy opponent and make our supporters proud.”

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2015 Schedule [1]