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Five… new opponents
Four… new road trip destinations
Three… Erie County Derby dates
Two… World Cup doubleheaders
One… anxiously anticipated season

FC Buffalo’s fifth season is coming together nicely, as the National Premier Soccer League has released its dates for the 2014 season on Tuesday and the Wolves are preparing to put together a championship campaign for “five” our city.

Some highlights:
— We open the season against our rivals on Friday, May 16 in Erie against the Admirals in one of three Erie County Derby dates, before returning home to open the season with a Sunday, May 18 match against AFC Cleveland.

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— Sunday, June 22 will be perhaps the biggest event of the summer, as FC Buffalo hosts Fort Pitt Regiment for an early afternoon match before a quick march down Hertel Avenue to watch the US World Cup match against Portugal at 6 p.m. with our friends at Mes Que.

— We’re also working with Mes Que to throw a massive party for the World Cup final on Sunday, July 13, which will also be our regular season finale. The Michigan Stars FC will be in town for a night match, their first against our Blitzers, which will kick off shortly after the final whistle of Brazil 2014.

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— If you’re looking for a fun road trip, FC Buffalo will be away to Westfield Select (just outside Indianapolis) on the day of the Indy 500. Just saying.

The 2014 season also features a bit of realignment to the Great Lakes Conference playoffs structure, as we’ve been divided into Great Lakes East (FC Buffalo, Erie Admirals, Fort Pitt Regiment, AFC Cleveland) and Great Lakes West (Detroit City FC, Cincinnati Saints, Michigan Stars FC, Lansing United and Westfield Select).

The winners of those groups will join the Central Conference champion and a wild card club in the Midwest Region playoffs. The wild card will be granted to the team across the Midwest with the points-per-match rate in the region. Host city/cities are to be determined, but the Central hosted in 2013 and the playoffs have previously been settled on a rotating basis.

FC BUFFALO 2014 NPSL SCHEDULE
Friday, May 16 – FC Buffalo at Erie Admirals SC, 7 p.m.
Sunday, May 18 – AFC Cleveland at FC Buffalo, TBA
Sunday, May 25 – FC Buffalo at Westfield Select, TBA
Sunday, June 1 – Erie Admirals SC at FC Buffalo, TBA
Sunday, June 8 – Detroit City FC at FC Buffalo, TBA
Friday, June 13 – AFC Cleveland at FC Buffalo, 7 p.m.
Sunday, June 15 – FC Buffalo at Cincinnati Saints, TBA
Wednesday, June 18 – FC Buffalo at Fort Pitt Regiment, 7 p.m.
Sunday, June 22 – Fort Pitt Regiment at FC Buffalo, 2 p.m.
Friday, June 27 – FC Buffalo at AFC Cleveland, 7 p.m.
Sunday, June 29 – FC Buffalo at Lansing United, TBA
Thursday, July 3 – FC Buffalo at Erie Admirals SC, 7 p.m.
Sunday, July 6 – Fort Pitt Regiment at FC Buffalo, TBA
Sunday, July 13 – Michigan Stars at FC Buffalo, 7 p.m.
July 18 – 20 – Midwest Conference Playoffs
July 25 – 27 – National Premier Soccer League semifinals
Aug 1 – 3 – National Premier Soccer League final

FULL GREAT LAKES CONFERENCE 2014 SCHEDULE:
Saturday, May 10 – Cincinnati Saints at Detroit City FC
Friday, May 16 – AFC Cleveland at Fort Pitt Regiment
Friday, May 16 – Westfield Select at Lansing United
Friday, May 16 – FC Buffalo at Erie Admirals SC
Friday, May 16 – Michigan Stars at Detroit City FC
Sunday, May 18 – Michigan Stars at Lansing United
Sunday, May 18 – Cincinnati Saints at Westfield Select
Sunday, May 18 – AFC Cleveland at FC Buffalo
Friday, May 23 – Lansing United at Detroit City FC
Friday, May 23 – Erie Admirals SC at Cincinnati Saints
Friday, May 23 – Michigan Stars at Westfield Select
Saturday, May 24 – Cincinnati Saints at AFC Cleveland
Sunday, May 25 – Fort Pitt Regiment at Erie Admirals SC
Sunday, May 25 – FC Buffalo at Westfield Select
Sunday, May 25 – Lansing United at Michigan Stars
Wednesday, May 28 – Erie Admirals SC at Fort Pitt Regiment
Friday, May 30 – Detroit City FC at Cincinnati Saints
Friday, May 30 – AFC Cleveland at Westfield Select
Saturday, May 31 – Cincinnati Saints at Michigan Stars
Saturday, May 31 – Lansing United at Erie Admirals SC
Saturday, May 31 – Fort Pitt Regiment at AFC Cleveland
Sunday, June 1 – Detroit City FC at Westfield Select
Sunday, June 1 – Erie Admirals SC at FC Buffalo
Sunday, June 1 – Lansing United at Fort Pitt Regiment
Friday, June 6 – Erie Admirals SC at Detroit City FC
Friday, June 6 – AFC Cleveland at Lansing United
Saturday, June 7 – AFC Cleveland at Michigan Stars
Sunday, June 8 – Detroit City FC at FC Buffalo
Sunday, June 8 – Lansing United at Cincinnati Saints
Sunday, June 8 – Westfield Select at Michigan Stars
Friday, June 13 – Michigan Stars at Cincinnati Saints
Friday, June 13 – AFC Cleveland at FC Buffalo
Friday, June 13 – Westfield Select at Erie Admirals SC
Sunday, June 15 – Detroit City FC at AFC Cleveland
Sunday, June 15 – FC Buffalo at Cincinnati Saints
Sunday, June 15 – Fort Pitt Regiment at Michigan Stars
Wednesday, June 18 – FC Buffalo at Fort Pitt Regiment
Friday, June 20 – Detroit City FC at Westfield Select
Friday, June 20 – Erie Admirals SC at Fort Pitt Regiment
Sunday, June 22 – Fort Pitt Regiment at FC Buffalo
Sunday, June 22 – Lansing United at Westfield Select
Friday, June 27 – FC Buffalo at AFC Cleveland
Friday, June 27 – Westfield Select at Fort Pitt Regiment
Saturday, June 28 – Michigan Stars at Cincinnati Saints
Sunday, June 29 – Westfield Select at Detroit City FC
Sunday, June 29 – FC Buffalo at Lansing United
Sunday, June 29 – Cincinnati Saints at Fort Pitt Regiment
Sunday, June 29 – AFC Cleveland at Erie Admirals SC
Thursday, July 3 – FC Buffalo at Erie Admirals SC
Friday, July 4 – Detroit City FC at Michigan Stars
Friday, July 4 – Cincinnati Saints at Lansing United
Saturday, July 5 – Erie Admirals SC at AFC Cleveland
Sunday, July 6 – Cincinnati Saints at Detroit City FC
Sunday, July 6 – Fort Pitt Regiment at FC Buffalo
Sunday, July 6 – Lansing United at Michigan Stars
Friday, July 11 – Westfield Select at Lansing United
Friday, July 11 – Fort Pitt Regiment at Detroit City FC
Saturday, July 12 – Michigan Stars at Erie Admirals SC
Saturday, July 12 – Fort Pitt Regiment at AFC Cleveland
Sunday, July 13 – Detroit City FC at Lansing United
Sunday, July 13 – Michigan Stars at FC Buffalo
Sunday, July 13 – Erie Admirals at AFC Cleveland
Sunday, July 13 – Westfield Select at Cincinnati Saints
July 18 – 20 – Midwest Conference Playoffs
July 25 – 27 – National Premier Soccer League semifinals
Aug 1 – 3 – National Premier Soccer League final

Above photo by Robin David Brown for Buffalo.com.

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