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Houston Dutch Lions FC announces HFA tryouts! 

The Houston Dutch Lions FC is pleased to announce the HFA tryouts for the 2014/2015 Season. The HFA is a great way to make it to the next level within the Houston Dutch Lions FC. From previous years we saw several HFA players making it to the USL PDL level within the same year.Houston Dutch Lions FC announced HFA try outs

This will be a great opportunity for players that are not playing for a college team and wanting to stay in shape, or players not yet playing for a college, the Houston Dutch Lions FC HFA teams are the ideal gateway to boost your soccer career!

After the 2012/2013 and 2013/2014 Seasons, the Houston Dutch Lions FC had players being moved up to the club’s USL PDL or USL Super 20 team. After a great performance this year by forward Javier Vazquez, who played a great season in the TPSL with the Lions, got rewarded for his success within that season. Javier got selected for the USL PDL team where he became the top scorer for the Lions in the USL PDL 2014 season. The journey didn’t stop there for Javier. Right after the season was over he went on a trail with the USL PRO team Dayton Dutch Lions FC.

The teams will train two times per week at the brand new soccer facility of the Houston Dutch Lions FC. The games are played mostly on Sundays in parks around the city of Houston (primarily Bear Creek Park).

The players that are interested in playing from August 2014 till May 2015 are encouraged to attend the HFA tryouts. The open tryouts will be on Tuesday, August 12th and Thursday, August 14th both days from 7:00-8:15pm. There will be no charge for the tryouts.

Tryouts are at the Houston Dutch Lions FC Soccer Facility; please register by emailing Technical Director Marco Pruis at m.pruis@hdlfc.com. Also inform us with your preferred positions, previous experience and age.

HFA try outs:

Tuesday, August 12th from 7:00-8:15pm

Thursday, August 14th from 7:00-8:15pm

To register, please email our Technical Director Marco Pruis at m.pruis@hdlfc.com or 713-498-3888.

Try outs for HFA teams

Division 1B:
Houston Dutch Lions FC
Celtic Bhoys
Barnstoneworth United FC
Enchanted Rock
RE United
CSC Pan Am
Foreign Legion
Fury Black
Texas Express
AFC ME

Division 2A:
Brocelona
United Wednesdays
Houston Dutch Lions FC 2
FC United of Barnstoneworth
University SC
International United
Saengerbund Kickers
TFC United
FK Bosnae
KSC Oilers

Posted by Marco Pruis July 29, 2014 Categories: Club News Game HFA Teams TPSL Try-Outs USL PDL

Houston Dutch Lions FC PDL Reserve team lost the race for the title 

HDLFC PDL Reserves vs Titans FC

The PDL Reserve team of the Houston Dutch Lions FC played today their fourth game against the Titans FC. In today’s game both teams needed a win in order to be the champions of the Summer League 2014 in division 1. The Titans FC secured the title by winning over Lions with a 4-1 victory.

The Lions started out strong in the opening minutes. The squad were looking for an opportunity to break through the defensive line of the Titans FC. The Lions switched the ball from the left to the right side and then ended up in front of forward Zack Khima. Zach took a shot on goal and hit target. The Lions took a lead and tried to control the rest of the game. The Titans FC were very dangerous on their counter attacks which made it very difficult for the defenders of the Houston Dutch Lions FC. From one of their dangerous counter attacks they were able to score the tie before half time. Half time score; 1-1.

When the players went back on the field after half time the second half started out very open. After the opening minutes the Lions took over domination and the Titans FC remained being dangerous on their counter attacks. The Lions were playing good soccer on the half of their opponents. However the Titans FC again found the back of the net. This time it came from a personal mistake from the defense of the Lions. After the unnecessary given goal, the Lions tried to come back and were looking for opportunities for the tie. Not much later after the given goal, the Lions gave up another goal from another mistake by the Lions defensive line. After the two personal mistakes the Lions knew it would be difficult to secure a win to stay in the title race. With only 15 more minutes left to play the Lions needed 3 more goals to have a chance for the title. Opportunities were created but again the Titans stayed focused on their strength which was their counter attack effect. The Titans scored the final goal of the game by an effective counter attack and safeguarded the title with a 4-1 victory over the Lions.

Head Coach Michiel van de Heijning was not disappointed in the mentality and will to win of his players but more disappointed of the final result. Head Coach Michiel stated; ‘We had this game under control, especially when we came out in the second half strong where we dominated. However we knew how effective the Titans were with their counter attacks. I told the guys to keep playing our game which they did very well, my compliments to the team for showing great effort. Its extra frustrating when you know you were the better team and could have had a much better result today. The title will not be going to the Houston Dutch Lions FC but in overall we had a great season. Next week we play our last game of the season and we want to close the season with a victory’.

Next week the Lions Reserves play their last game of this season on Sunday August 2th. The Lions will be very dedicated for a win to become second of the league.  We want to thank our supporters for cheering on the lions! See y’all next week!

Posted by Robbert Kroeze July 27, 2014 Categories: HFA Mens League USL PDL

Houston Dutch Lions FC PDL players on trial with the USL PRO team Dayton Dutch Lions FC. 

 Houston Dutch Lions FC PDL team in Dayton USL PRO

For some USL PDL players the season didn’t end last Saturday after the home game against Laredo Heat SC. Six players of the Houston Dutch Lions FC are on trial with the USL PRO club in Dayton. 

Team captain Cameron Free, Javier Vazquez, Michael Stewart, Emmanuel Frias, Wessel Verhaar and David Perez are in Dayton, Ohio to train with the USL PRO club: the Dayton Dutch Lions FC. 

The upcoming days for the Houston Dutch Lions FC USL PDL players will be tough. They are in practice on a higher level and want to show Head Coach Sid van Druenen that they could be a great addition to the USL PRO. If it isn’t for this year, than the players hope to show that for the 2015 season they can be of a great addition to the team.

The players will train every day in Ohio and also will visit the USL PRO game between the Dayton Dutch Lions FC and Oklahoma City Energy FC this Saturday evening. On Tuesday the players are playing a scrimmage, combined with reserve players from DDL FC’s USL PRO squad against the U23 squad of MLS club the Columbus Crew.

Dayton Dutch Lions FC USL PRO Head Coach Sid van Druenen said: ‘it is great to welcome the Houston Dutch Lions FC USL PDL players to this trial group. I’m happy to get the chance to work with them for 7 days and so far the first impressions are good. The will to win is there where they show great work effort, which is crucial for any player that wants to play professional soccer. I hope they keep up the good work that they showed today."

Keep following the Houston Dutch Lions FC on social media and watch the club’s YouTube Channel for some great footage from Dayton, Ohio! 

Posted by Robbert Kroeze July 24, 2014 Categories: Club News PDL 2014 Try-Outs USL PDL

Houston Dutch Lions FC PDL Reserves on top of the League 

Houston Dutch Lions FC PDL Reserve team vs Viet FC 

The squad of the Houston Dutch Lions FC reserves played their third game against Houston Viet FC on Sunday July 20th.  The Lions reserves are on winning streak and seized the top of the league. After last week victory against Enchant Ed Rock, the Lions were able to celebrate another win and took over the number 1 position in the league.

In the starting minutes of the game both teams were equal to each other. The Lions tried to dominate the game in the first 15 minutes but the striker of the Houston Viet came 1 vs 1 on our goalkeeper making it 1-0 in favor of the Viet FC.  After the goal the Lions needed an equalizer and started looking for scoring opportunities

The chances resulted in the first goal for the Houston Dutch Lions FC.  Adrian Cruz made the equalizer for the Lions and just 10 minutes later Jose Alvarez scored the second goal of the game coming from a good attack over the right flank making the score 2-1 for the Houston Dutch Lions FC.

The Houston Viet FC played with the long ball, which made it dangerous for the Lions defense at times. The dangerous moments converted into another goal for Viet FC scoring the equalizer in the 26th minute; 2-2. It was again Lions Midfielder Jose Alvarez who took the advantage when Jorge Gabbito showed great work effort to repossess the ball and found Jose making it 2-3 before halftime.

The Lions created more and more chances in the second half. Zack, Brandon, Jorge and Pedro scored the other 4 goals after half time, which was enough for the victory in this game. The game ended up with a 7-3 score where the Lions remained possession throughout the second half and only gave up one goal after half time.

Head Coach Michiel van de Heijning is satisfied of the efficiency of the team where he stated: ‘ Winning and scoring goals is what you want to do every game, but seeing a lot of good things back in the game where you practiced on and implement that in the game gives that extra satisfaction. The team can score easily and hopefully we can continue our winning streak throughout the season. We have a few more games left and if we keep on winning our games we can call ourselves the Summer Division Champions of the Houston Football Association League.’

The next game is this Sunday @ 9am at Bear Creak Park against the Titans FC. The Titans FC is also in the race for the title, which will be for both a very important game. 

Posted by Robbert Kroeze July 21, 2014 Categories: Club News HFA Teams

Laredo Heat SC found its way to the play-offs defeating the Lions by 1-3 

Houston Dutch Lions FC PDL Season 2014 vs Laredo Heat SC

The Laredo Heat SC secured the fourth and final spot in the Southern Conference Championships with a win against the Houston Dutch Lions FC. Laredo Heat SC needed a win in order to qualify to take over the second place in the MidSouth Division. With the 3-1 victory Laredo Heat SC climbed to the second place leaving the Midland/Odessa Sockers FC to a third place.

The Houston Dutch Lions FC ended up in the bottom of the league of the 2014 USL PDL Season where the Lions can look back to a strong season with many competitive games being in one of the strongest divisions of the USL PDL.

The Lions started off once again very strong in the opening minutes and got rewarded with a goal in the 33rd minute. Rimario Gordon was found and with his skills he got around his opponent crossing the ball in the box. Joe Jackson took his chance to make his way to the cross, got his foot on the ball and hit target. The Lions were up with 1-0 and Laredo Heat SC knew that they needed a quick goal to keep themselves in the game and vision for the playoffs. It didn’t take long for Laredo Heat SC to tie the game, only 3 minutes after the goal Laredo’s Midfielder Miguel Fernandez found his way towards goal and found the back of the net making the score 1-1.

Both teams went to the locker rooms with a 1-1 tie where the Lions got a setback by leaving goalkeeper Charles Schober behind in the locker room with a shoulder injury that he gained in the first half. Lions striker Joe Jackson took his responsibility for his goalkeeper debut due to the injury problems that the goal keepers got throughout the season. 

In the first half the Lions created many opportunities but were fragile on the counter attacks of the Laredo Heat SC. In the second half the Lions came out strong again and looked for their opportunities to find goal. Laredo remained strong in their counter attacks and became dangerous in the box where Jonathan Segovia made a foul. The referee didn’t hesitate to blow his whistle and pointed to the penalty spot. Again, just like the last 2 games another penalty kick against the Lions where the captain of Laredo took his responsibility to secure the 1-2 on the scoreboard. With a goal down the Lions were looking for a tie creating some good opportunities but Laredo’s goalkeeper Jorge Ortega didn’t allow the shots to go in. In the 73rd minute Laredo Heat SC safeguarded the playoffs spot by putting the 1-3 on the scoreboard. Luna Salvador scored the redeeming goal and gave Laredo Heat SC a reason to celebrate; the reach of the playoffs.USL PDL game for the Houston Dutch Lions FC

Head Coach Marco Pruis gave his thoughts of the game: ‘ I expected a game where both teams were eager to win where Laredo was under a lot of pressure. Laredo is very dangerous in its counter attacks, which made the difference today. They came here for a victory but for sure it wasn’t an easy one. After the 1-0 we needed to stay focused but we gave in the tie too early. Only 3 minutes after you score you give up goal, which wasn’t necessary at all. Then loosing your goalkeeper during half time due to an injury was a big setback for the team. We gave away another penalty kick just like the last few games. You make it yourself much more difficult giving up that many penalty kicks. However I think we showed again that we are very good competitors among the other teams. We ended up in the bottom of the league but with a little more luck on our side and finishing our chances we could have been higher in the ranking. Unfortunately that didn’t happen and hopefully next season luck will be on the Lions side. I want to give a special thanks to all the fans once again that supported us throughout the season. Hopefully we will see them all back next season!’ 

The 2014 USL PDL Season is over and the Lions will look forward to next season. Thank you fans for all the support throughout the season and see you all next season!

Summary: 



Score: Houston Dutch Lions FC 1 (1-10-3) -
 Laredo Heat SC 3 (7-4-3) 


Date: Saturday, July 19th, 2014



Where: HDL Soccer Facility, Conroe, Texas



Weather: Overcast

Houston Dutch Lions FC: Charles Shober (Roland Koepp 45’), Cameron Free, Jonathan Segovia, Michael Stewart, Kelvin Iloba, Jack Hayes, David Perez (Elias Barahona 70’), Wessel Verhaar, Rimario Gordon, Joe Jackson, Jorge Contreras

Cautions: Michael Stewart 61’.

Laredo Heat SC: Jorge Ortega, Yair Hernandez, Jorge Rocha, Martin Moreno (Alon Reyna 89’), Frank Lara, Gregory Mulamba, Miguel Fernandez (irving Villanveva 45’), Joao Monteiro, Placide Buduri, Rafael Ferreira (Juan Ibarra 59’), Felix Garcia

Scoring Summary:

Player

Assist

Minute

HDL FC: Joe Jackson

Rimario Gordon

33'

Laredo Heat SC: Felix Garcia

Joao Monteiro

36’

Laredo Heat SC: Miguel Fernande

N/A

52'

Laredo Heat SC: Luna Salvador

N/A 

73’

Posted by Robbert Kroeze July 19, 2014 Categories: Game PDL 2014 USL PDL

Lions take on Heat tonight at 6pm 

Houston Dutch Lions FC vs Laredo Heat SC

The Houston Dutch Lions FC plays their last game of the 2014 USL PDL Season against the Laredo Heat SC at home. 

The Houston Dutch Lions FC can look back to a very competitive season where they started out very strong after the 5-0 loss against Austin in their first game. The Lions traveled to Laredo after the tough loss and showed that the loss in Austin was just an incident. The Lions tied Laredo Heat SC where the 3 points should have been brought back to Houston. The Lions hosted Laredo on May 24th and kept the 3 points at home winning from Laredo Heat SC with 1-0. The Lions kept playing strong in the following games but were unlucky in scoring opportunities tying Mississippi Brilla FC twice and lost their next games where the win could have gone both ways. 

For Laredo Heat SC this game will be of high importance. They need a win in order to secure the play-offs and therefore will do everything they can to get a win tonight at the Houston Dutch Lions FC Soccer Facility. If Laredo Heat SC doesn’t win tonight then the Midland/Odessa Sockers FC will go to the play-offs together with the USL PDL Mid-South Division Champions the Austin Aztex.

Head Coach Marco Pruis is determined for a win. Marco and his team want to close the season with a victory at home for honor and fan appreciation. The fans during the season were tremendous and the team is dedicated for win at home for the fans.

The Lions can look back to a strong season even though it doesn’t show that on the league table. Almost every game was one where the Lions could have brought in the 3 points. But missing major opportunities in important games is when you face losses, which happened throughout this season.

Therefore if the chances will be converted in goals then the Lions will have a very good chance to be an obstacle for Laredo on their road to the play-offs.

Come out, bring your chair and support your Lions at 6:00pm for their very last game of the USL PDL 2014 Season!!!

Posted by Robbert Kroeze July 19, 2014 Categories: Club News Game PDL 2014 USL PDL

Lions get lectured by the Aztex in efficiency 

The 13th USL PDL game ended up in a dramatic tough loss for the Lions in Austin against reigning National Champions the Austin Aztex.

In the first minutes of the game the Lions had trouble controlling the match. Unfortunately that didn’t last long when the first goal came from a through ball that came in front of Aztex forward Adam Black who chipped the ball over Lions goal keeper Schober making the score 1-0. Before the goal both teams created chances. Lions forward Gordon and midfielder Verhaar saw their shots over the crossbar and goalkeeper Charles Schober denied the Aztex shots.

Houston Dutch Lions FC vs Austin Aztex

Just before half time the Aztex showed again to be very efficient. The good combination between Adam Black and Sito Seone gave Sito a way towards the goal; his finish couldn’t be stopped by Schober, 2-0.

With the start of the second half, the rain started pouring down in House Park, which was in favor of the visitors. The Lions came out very strong, pressuring the goal of Perales and forcing him into saves. In the 55th minute the Lions should have been rewarded with a penalty kick. Wessel Verhaar was clearly knocked down by defender Ryden but the referee didn’t see it and decided not to call the foul. The curse that is been hunting the Lions for many games now, creating chances but not finishing them, came back to haunt the team in this game as well.

In the 64th minute the first opportunity for the home team was directly a goal. A pass towards forward Campbell made Schober come out of his goal where Campbell dribbled around the goalkeeper and found striker Jobe who found a way, with his heel, to bring the ball in the goal, 3-0. Frustrations were shown in the faces of the Lions after that goal. The Lions created the chances and again saw the home team finishing their first chance in the second half into a goal.

Just two minutes after the goal the ball came in front of Aztex striker Jobe from a cross. With his back facing the goal he found again a way to promote the cross into a goal with his heel.

As the rain kept on pouring down in Austin, a shot from 22 yards from Edward Campbell was reflected by a foot of a Lions defender, this made Schober to see the ball too late and the score became 5-0. Not typically a 5-0 match, which made the Lions players extra disappointed.

A few minutes after the 5-0, lighting and thunder took over in Austin. The referees and Coaches made the decision to end the game in the 77th minute.

Therefore the Lions lost with 5-0 in a game where they did show good performance, but were shown a lecture in efficiency by the Austin Aztex. The team can look back at a very strong start of the second half were the players showed courage and the will to score a goal. Frustrating for the players to see the shots not being promoted into goals.

This Saturday the Houston Dutch Lions FC will close the 2014 USL PDL season with a home game against Laredo Heat SC, game kicks-off at 6:00pm.

Watch the game highlights of the match here:


 

Posted by Marco Pruis July 18, 2014 Categories: Club News Game PDL 2014 Teams USL PDL

Houston Dutch Lions FC looking for first victory at House Park in Austin 

Houston Dutch Lions FC PDL 2014 Season vs Austin Aztex

 

The Houston Dutch Lions FC (1-8-3) faces the Austin Aztex (10-1-2) tonight at 7.30pm in Austin. The Aztex secured their number one position on July 5th defeating Midland/Odessa Sockers FC with 2-1, where they became champions of the Mid-South Division of the PDL League.

The Houston Dutch Lions were never able to steal points in Austin where the Aztex opened the season very strong by winning from the Lions with 5-0 at House Park.

For the Houston Dutch Lions FC the game will be played for nothing more than the honor since the Lions are not in the race for the playoffs, closing the gate in the league. However the Lions will do anything to seek for a victory. The Aztex has won all of the 9 games that have been played between the two teams. This record shows how strong the Aztex are when they play against the Lions.

On June 21st the Lions were very close to tie or even pull out a victory at home losing by only one goal difference with 1-2. The game could have gone both ways but again it was Austin that claimed the victory.

Head Coach Marco Pruis has set the tone to his players bringing in the mentality to get the very first win in Austin and close the season with a win in the final away game of the 2014 PDL Season. Marco and his team are very dedicated to write history in Austin by getting a good result at House Park.

The Lions show each game that they can compete among the best teams in the PDL League having many opportunities to make it every team difficult. It all comes down to finish the opportunities converting the chances in goals. There are still 6 points to earn in the last 2 matches and the Lions will do everything they can to finish off the season with 2 victories.

The very last game of the PDL 2014 regular season will be played at the Houston Dutch Lions FC Soccer Facility against the Laredo Heat SC. The Lions can be an obstacle for Laredo where a defeat for Laredo will be enough for the Midland/Odessa Sockers FC to secure a spot in the playoffs. If Laredo wins in Conroe, then the playoff spot will be secured for the Laredo Heat SC. This game will be played this Saturday at 6pm at the Houston Dutch Lions FC Soccer Facility.

 

Posted by Robbert Kroeze July 17, 2014 Categories: PDL 2014 Teams USL PDL

Houston Dutch Lions FC defeated at home against the Midland Sockers FC  

Houston Dutch Lions FC vs Midland July 13 2014

The Houston Dutch Lions FC lost by a 2 goal difference allowing the Sockers FC scoring 2 penalty kicks that made the final score 3-1.

The Lions faced the number 2 in the league at home in Conroe in a the game that was a close one where again the Lions created a lot of opportunities to secure a victory. However the Sockers were more accurate with their shots and it took them 2 penalty kicks to claim the victory.

The first 30 minutes the Lions were very strong by not allowing Midland to get dangerous in front of Lions’s goalkeeper Charles Shober. There were chances created for the home team but the team forgot to score like they did in their previous games. By not scoring chances the Sockers FC got out dangerous at times and took their advantage to take the lead in the 30th minute of the game. Rory Knibbs scored his goal by an assist of Tucker Hume for the Sockers FC. Again the Lions faced a goal against them and needed a goal to get back in the game. It didn’t take long for the Sockers FC to score again. Lions defender Jonathan Segovia made a hand ball in the box and the referee didn’t hesitate to blow the whistle; penalty kick for the Sockers FC. Isaac Sanchez took his responsibility to take the penalty and didn’t fail, making the score 0-2.

The Lions went into the locker rooms being 2 goals behind. Therefore the task was to score an early goal in the second half. The Lions found the back of the net in the 60th minute. Wessel verhaar got the opportunity when Joe Jackson found Verhaar in the box. Verhaar secured the goal for the Lions where the team had enough time to seek for the tie. The Lions got some opportunities for the tie but again faced a penalty kick where Elias Barahona made a foul in the box. The referee was determined to give the second penalty kick of the game. Ricardo Diegues was confident enough to take the penalty kick and also didn’t fail. There was not enough time in the game for the Lions to get back in the game since the penalty was scored in the 87th minute. The final score on the scoreboard: 1-3.

Marco Pruis said: ‘ This was another though loss where I felt that we were strong enough to defeat the number 2 in the league. The players knew that we shouldn’t have lost in this game. We started out strong again but couldn’t finish our chances. We all know that playing well in a game but not finishing our opportunities will be fatal for the end result. We create enough opportunities, but just can’t find the target. Giving up 2 penalty kicks made the difference in the game, which makes it extra frustrating. We need to remain our focus on our final 2 games. We play the Aztex on Thursday in Austin and we will go there with confidence and hopefully in Austin we can convert our opportunities in goals. The fans were outstanding today and I look forward to see them back at our final home game against the Laredo Heat SC on Saturday’.

The Houston Dutch Lions FC is traveling to Austin on Thursday to look for a victory against the PDL Champions of the Mid-South Division. This is the final away game for the 2014 PDL Season. Saturday the final game will be played at the Houston Dutch Lions FC where the team will face the Laredo Heat SC.

Summary: 

Score: Houston Dutch Lions FC 1 (1-8-3) -
 Midland Sockers FC 3 (3-7-3) 

Date: Tuesday, July 13, 2014


Where: HDL Soccer Facility, Conroe, Texas


Weather: Hot 

Houston Dutch Lions FC: Charles Shober, Cameron Free, Jonathan Segovia (David Perez 45’), Michael Stewart, Jack Hayes, Mitchell Ostrowski, Kelvin Iloba (Elias Barahona 63'), Wessel Verhaar, Javier Vazquez (Gustavo Alvarado 57’), Joe Jackson (Israel Madrid 85’), Jorge Contreras

Subs Not Used: Roland Koepp, Jason Taffet and Erick Suarez.

Cautions: Mitchell Otrowski 32’ and Michael Stewart 75’.

Midland/Odessa Sockers FC: Jason Babyack, Jonathan Clifford, Xavier Fuerte Nicholas Edington 75’), Isaac Sanchez, Walker Hume, Brock Tanner (Diego Cabral 57’), Fabio Pena (Mario Alvarez 69’), Alberto Garcia (Victor Perrareas 45’), Conrod Goalborne, Rory Knibbs (Ricardo Giegues 45’), Hume Tucker (Ricardo Yeverino 61’)

Subs not used: Clint Long.

Caution: Isaac Sanchez 45'.

Scoring Summary:

Player

Assist

Minute

Sockers FC: Rory Knibbs

Tucker Hume

30′

Sockers FC: Isaac Sanchez

N/A

37'

Houston Dutch Lions FC: Wessel Verhaar

Joe Jackson

60′

Sockers FC: Ricardo Diegues

N/A 

87′

 

 

 

Posted by Robbert Kroeze July 13, 2014 Categories: Club News Game PDL 2014 Teams USL PDL

Preview home game against the Sockers FC July 13th at 6:00pm 

FACEBOOK_COVER_midland july 13

This Sunday, July 13th the Houston Dutch Lions FC welcomes the Midland/Odessa Sockers FC. After previously losing twice against the Sockers FC, the Lions will be determined to keep the 3 points at home this time.

Currently being in 2nd place, the Midland/Odessa Sockers FC are eager to stay in this position to take the last play-off spot. The 2014 MidSouth Division Champions is already decided where again the Austin Aztex won the title.

The Houston Dutch Lions FC played a good game in Mississippi last week bringing home a point back to the greater Houston area (2-2 draw). Last Tuesday, the Lions played a decent first 30 minutes against the Austin Aztex, after 45 minutes the Aztex took a 0-2 lead. In the 2nd half the Lions played much better but saw the Aztex score two more goals. Midfielder Wessel Verhaar scored the only goal for the Houston Dutch Lions FC in that game.  

Due to some technical issues with the stadium lights at the Houston Dutch Lions FC Soccer Facility, the game will kick-off again at 6:00pm. So come out to support your Lions, tickets are just $5.00 each and available at the gate!  

Sunday, July 13th at 6:00pm

Houston Dutch Lions FC – Midland/Odessa Sockers FC
Houston Dutch Lions FC Soccer Facility
33000 Interstate 45 South
Conroe, Texas 77384
Posted by Administrator July 12, 2014 Categories: Game PDL 2014 Teams
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