This Saturday at 4:00 PM, Minneapolis City will play its first-ever home match at South High School’s Les Barnard Field. The contest comes a week after more than 50 supporters made the six-hour drive to cheer the Crows in their competitive debut away to Milwaukee Bavarians. It will be interesting to see what type of crowd City is able to draw tomorrow, having sold nearly 125 season-ticket bearing memberships as of Friday. The match is sandwiched in between the 1:45 PM UEFA Champions League Final and Minnesota United’s home match versus the Tampa Bay Rowdies at 7:00 PM, in what promises to be a big day for soccer fans in Minnesota.

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