SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (Sunday, May 28, 2017) – The Southern California Sports Club collected three more points on its National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) campaign last Saturday (May 27) on a very unusual way. SoCal SC headed to Chino High School to face Sports Club Corinthians USA, but as the hosts failed to comply with one of the most basic league regulations and did not provide a certified trainer on the venue, the visiting team was declared as the winner with a 3-0 score on a W.O. victory.
With the result, SoCal SC reaches 14 points (four wins, two ties, four losses) and is the sixth placed team on the West Southwest Conference after ten matches played.
SoCal SC returns to the field next Saturday (June 3), when the team hosts conference leaders FC Arizona at the Fairplex at 6PM (PT). Tickets are already on sale.