Ashwaubenon, WI, March 9, 2020: The Green Bay Voyageurs FC is excited to announce an exhibition match against National Premier Soccer League’s (NPSL) Milwaukee Torrent. The match will be played at Capital Credit Union Park on Thursday, July 9th at 7:00 pm.
“This match against Milwaukee Torrent will give our players an opportunity to play against a professional team and prove that they can hold their own. It's exciting to have another Wisconsin based team come up to play at Capital Credit Union Park. We’re ecstatic that we’ll be hosting them this season,” said Voyageurs Assistant General Manager Michael Richmond. “Both teams look to bring a fast-paced match for the fans and providing a competitive, high-energy game.”
The Voyageurs’ first home game at Capital Credit Union Park is slated for Saturday, May 16th at 7:00 pm against Chicago United. Season and group ticket packages are on sale now. To purchase tickets fans can call 920-497-7225 or email Assistant General Manager Michael Richmond at email@example.com. All single game tickets and live stream video information will be announced at a later date.
About Green Bay Voyageurs FC and USL League Two: Green Bay is a member of USL League Two and competes in the Heartland Division of the Central Conference. The team plays its home games at Capital Credit Union Park. USL League Two is a pre-professional league affiliated with USL Championship, USL League One and Major League Soccer (MLS). Opponents in the Heartland Division include WSA Winnipeg, Thunder Bay Chill, Kaw Valley FC, Des Moines Menace and St. Louis Lions. The proven developmental leader in North American soccer's evolving tiered structure, USL League Two (formerly the PDL) features more than 70 franchises in four conferences throughout the United States and Canada, including 18 clubs that are owned and operated by a professional club, or that hold a partnership with a professional club. League Two has proven to be an important stepping-stone for top professionals now playing throughout the world, with more than 70 percent of all selections in the MLS SuperDraft since 2010 having PDL experience, including over 80 percent of selections in the 2019 SuperDraft.