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Despite a hard-fought second half effort, Miami FC was unable to defeat the Austin Aztex at home as a late penalty kick gave the visiting Aztex a 2-1 victory as the Blues prepare for an extended road trip. The Blues will travel out west to take on the Houston Dynamo on Tuesday, June 29 in the third round of the U.S. Open Cup. The match is set to begin at 8:30 p.m. EST.
County Commissioner Joe A. Martinez celebrated “Miami-Wade County Proclamation” signaling the start of the We Want Wade Week with our beloved #33, Alonzo Mourning, who is also the Vice President of Player Programs. County Commissioners Dorrin D. Rolle and Rebeca Sosa also participated in the celebration, which included the unveiling of a customized county logo featuring Heat colors and Dwyane Wade's name. Burnie, the official mascot of the Miami HEAT, and the dancers energized hundreds of fans of all ages who were waving signs and cheering “We Want Wade” at the lobby of the Stephen Clark Center. Many Wade admirers wrote messages in an oversized card asking him to stay in his county. The event took place Wednesday, June 30, 2010, a day before the start of the NBA free-agency negotiating period.
Just three points away from the final playoff spot in the league, Miami FC concludes its west coast road stint north of the border as they take on the NASL Conference leading Vancouver Whitecaps and look to gain ground in the playoff race on Wednesday, July 14. Game time is set for 10:30 p.m. EST at Swangard Stadium.
Miami FC looks to return to its winning ways and remain in the thick of the playoff race as the team travels back to South Florida to take on the Puerto Rico Islanders on Saturday, July 17 at Lockhart Stadium. Game time is set for 7:30 p.m
Vice-Chairman Jose "Pepe" Diaz urges thousands of cheering fans to sign an online petition to bring the FIFA World Cup to Miami.This was anything but a normal block party. Thousands of soccer fans lined South Miami Avenue near the Segafredo Brickell to watch Spain's victory against the Netherlands in the anticipated final FIFA World Cup game on Sunday, July 11, 2010. The block party, which was nationally televised on ABC and Univision, highlighted Miami's bid to host the 2018 or 2022 World Cup.