SD Loyal Earns First Home Shutout: 0-0 Final vs Sacramento Republic

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SD Loyal Earns First Home Shutout: 0-0 Final vs Sacramento Republic

Saturday night at Torero Stadium, San Diego Loyal Soccer Club faced off against Sacramento Republic. No In-Person Fans for San Diego Loyal

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Saturday night at Torero Stadium, San Diego Loyal Soccer Club faced off against Sacramento Republic.

No In-Person Fans for San Diego Loyal

Other USL Championship clubs across the country have been able to welcome fans to their stadiums. Local health guidelines in Connecticut, for example, allowed Hartford Athletic fans to social-distance and attend their last match:

SD Loyal, however, wasn’t able to welcome fans into Torero Stadium. City, county, and state health guidelines still do not allow gatherings. Loyal faithful will have to keep waiting to cheer on their team in person.

Game Recap: 0-0 Draw

Here’s a video recap of the game:

https://twitter.com/JonKempin21/status/1289791078854344704

Fan’s Man of the Match: Jack Metcalf

SD Loyal fans voted Jack Metcalf as the Man of the Match. The tricky midfielder was a constant threat and playmaker for all 95 minutes of the match.

Next up: Vegas Road Trip

SD Loyal travels to Las Vegas for their next match against Las Vegas Lights on Saturday, August 8th.

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