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Lower League Round-Up: Week of May 20



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Eastern Premier Soccer League (EPSL)

The EPSL Delaware River Conference playoffs get underway this weekend. Regular season champions and number 1 seed Alloy SC will take on #4 seed Oaklyn United on Saturday 6/1 at 6:15 p.m. at Lancaster Bible College. Also on Saturday, #2 seed Philadelphia SC takes on #3 seed Philadelphia Heritage at 7pm at Northeast High School.

United Premier Soccer League (UPSL)

In the UPSL Northeast American (South) division, Philadelphia Lone Star are in fourth place with a 7-0-3 (W-D-L) record and 3 games remaining. Next Up for Lone Star will be on Sunday 6/2 at 11:30 a.m. vs Javier Velasco Soccer Academy at Bartram HS Field.

National Premier Soccer League (NPSL)

NPSL Keystone East Conference results:

  • Monday 5/20 – Atlantic City FC 1-2 FC Monmouth
  • Saturday 5/25 – Atlantic City FC 5-1 Jackson Lions
  • Sunday 5/26 – Philadelphia Union Development Squad 2-3 WC Predators

Next Up…

  • Sunday 6/2 – WC Predators vs FC Motown at 4 p.m. at YSC Sports

NPSL Keystone West Conference results:

  • Wednesday 5/22 – Hershey FC 0-1 Philadelphia Ukrainian Nationals
  • Thursday 5/23 – West Chester United 2-0 Pennsylvania Classics
  • Saturday 5/25 – Hershey FC 1-1 First State FC
  • Sunday 5/26 – Pennsylvania Classics 0-3 Electric City Shock SC

Next Up…

  • Saturday 6/1 – West Chester United vs First State FC at 2 p.m. at Kildares Field
  • Saturday 6/1 – Hershey FC vs Electric City Shock at 7 p.m.

USL League 2 (USL2)

  • Tuesday 5/21 – West Chester United 2-2 Philadelphia Lone Star
  • Wednesday 5/22 – Real Central NJ 1-0 Lehigh Valley United
  • Saturday 5/25 – Ocean City Nor’easters 4-1 Philadelphia Lone Star
  • Saturday 5/25 – West Chester United 2-1 Reading United

Next Up…

  • Saturday 6/1 – Lehigh Valley United vs Ocean City Nor’easters at 7 p.m. at Moravian College
  • Saturday 6/1 – Reading United vs Real Central NJ at 7 p.m. at Alvernia University

Tim is a fan of the Philly soccer scene, from grassroots to professional. He is a supporter of the Philadelphia Union, as well as our Union brethren from across the pond, FC Union Berlin. Tim has written for The Philly Soccer Page and Protagonist Soccer.

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