Major League Soccer has not been spared the coronavirus as many teams have been impacted. Orlando City is expected to play on Wednesday night.
The Orlando Pride will withdraw its participation in the 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup after some players and staff tested positive for COVID-19, the Club announced on Monday.
Orlando City Soccer and the Orlando Pride are back at training, practicing social distancing and working outdoors.
The MLS said that they still aim to play as many games as possible and that they currently have enough dates to play the entire season, but they acknowledged that this could be difficult to do.
Before the Coronavirus hiatus, the Orlando Pride would have been in the middle of their preseason training camp right now.
This decision comes after the NBA decided on Wednesday night to suspend its season. Two NBA players have now tested positive for coronavirus.
The United States women's national team will open the first round of the SheBelieves Cup, facing off against England at 7 p.m. ET March 5 at Exploria Stadium in Orlando
Orlando City Soccer Club is getting ready to open a brand new training facility.
Two days before the last game of the Orlando Pride's season, Toni Pressley is returning to the sport after months of recovery following a diagnosis of breast cancer.
The U.S. men's soccer team will play its Nov. 15 home Nations League match against Canada at Orlando, Florida.
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