LA Sports Today has announced an exciting partnership with the Orange County Soccer Club; Orange County’s only professional soccer team that is part of the United Soccer League (USL), the fastest growing Division II professional soccer league in the world. The partnership will include Spanish-language coverage and content during the entire 2019 USL season on the number one community sports outlet in Southern California, LA Sports Today.
Orange County Soccer Club plays their home games at Orange County Great Park’s state-of-the-art Championship Soccer Stadium located in Irvine, CA.
With its inception in 2016, LA Sports Today has always had a pulse on the soccer culture and community, making them the number one media outlet in amateur sports in Southern California. LA Sports today has covered thousands of athletes around independent and official leagues as well as organizations in the Southland with their primary focus being the Latino community. Their unwavering dedication and support to the Latino community in providing exclusive content has allowed them to bridge the gap between the Latino community and the amateur athletes and organizations. LA Sports Today has created unique content for the Latino community that has organically produced millions of impressions, views, likes, and shares.
“We feel very happy to be working with one of the best clubs in California. It is a pleasure and a big commitment to feature this top quality team in the Latino community,” said Roberto Cortés, LA Sports Today’s president.
The partnership will feature OCSC coverage during the entire 2019 season, as well as special content during the 17 home games, including Spanish-language play-by-by game recaps, post-game interviews, news, ticket specials, and exclusive features in Spanish.
“Orange County Soccer Club plays in the USL, which is the fastest growing second division professional league in the world. It is exciting soccer, top quality. It is fully professional. We have players that have performed at the absolute highest level in the World Cup. We also have a coaching staff, which is at the highest level,” said Oliver Wyss, Orange County Soccer Club General Manager.
“I think the fans will become immediately fans of Orange County Soccer Club, as we try to build a deep connection with the community, and as we know, the Latino community is a big part of the history of soccer in Orange County”.
Nestled right in the heart of the Great Park, the Championship Soccer Stadium has a capacity of over 5,000 for Orange County SC matches. Orange County Soccer Club was one of the two finalists at the Western Conference Championship match during the 2018 season after finishing first place in the conference standings.
For more information about OCSC visit orangecountysoccer.com