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Columbus, Ohio — This week, the Ohio soccer community rallied behind the movement to Save the Crew. A large contingent of FC Cincinnati fans joined up in unison at MAPFRE Stadium this past Saturday in solidarity with the movement. Future events are now planned with the Columbus Eagles and Cleveland SC in the coming weeks. It’s clear that the Ohio soccer community is eager to keep the Crew SC where they belong: Columbus.
This Saturday, June 16th, the Columbus Eagles FC will host a ‘Save The Crew Night’ in honor of the Columbus soccer community. Kickoff is scheduled for 4 p.m. on June 16 at Otterbein University’s Memorial Stadium. Parking is free and tailgating is permitted in the main stadium lot. Gates will open to the public at 3:15 p.m.
On Sunday, June 24th, Cleveland FC will host their own Save The Crew match against FC Syracuse at Don Shula Stadium on the campus of John Carroll University. Gates open at 2:00 pm with a 3:00 pm kickoff.
With two MLS teams, and other clubs at all levels of soccer, Ohio is truly represented by an impressive soccer community. From the beginning, #SaveTheCrew has sought to show just how powerful a community can become. With clubs across the state banded together with us, we are MASSIVE.
Community is a cornerstone of the MLS brand, emphasized by one of the stars on the MLS shield. The Ohio soccer community is strongest when banded together. Following Crew SC’s renewed commitment to Columbus, the #SaveTheCrew movement looks forward to encouraging a more cohesive soccer community in Ohio for decades to come.
For more information on the “Save The Crew Movement”, you can contact David Miller/Save the Crew email@example.com
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