Lancaster, PA - The LCFC Women were disappointed to hear that Lighthouse had to forfeit the match on Sunday. The forfeit brings the Women's record to 2-0.
The LCFC Men fought back from a 2-0 deficit to earn a deserved draw at home. Lighthouse got out to a two goal lead but couldn't hold on to their lead as Caleb Nelson and Greg Conkie tallied to bring the men level late in the game. The LCFC men had the upper hand in the second half that saw three goals total between the teams with more that could have fallen for the home side.
The Women's team is off next weekend as the Men travel to face Colonial SC away.
Lancaster, PA - After a long offseason, we are almost ready to start our 2021/22 Campaign! Before we do, we wanted to take a moment to introduce and thank the sponsors that help make it all possible. The sponsors of LCFC for the 2021/22 Season are as follows!
Listrak is an established leader in the multi-channel marketing industry, Listrak works with more than 1000 retailers to accelerate growth, drive engagement, and deliver significant incremental revenue. A local employer in Lancaster we are very proud to have the support of Listrak as our primary kit sponsor! Look for their logo on our kits this season!
UPMC Pinnacle is a Pittsburgh based hospital system bringing the highest quality healthcare services to western and central Pennsylvania. UPMC has joined LCFC this year and we are proud to be working with a healthcare provider committed to the communities that they work within!
Tellus 360 is Lancaster's premier bar experience located off of King St. downtown. With multiple venue bars, weekly events, and an incredible green rooftop bar, Tellus 360 has something for everyone to enjoy! We want to thank Tellus 360 for being a longstanding sponsor! Look for our scarf hanging on the wall and our players who may be there and say hi!
American Outlaws Lancaster
AO Lancaster is the official supporters group of US Soccer based in Lancaster and is part of a national organization of American Outlaws. Supporting our national teams and the growth of soccer in the US, AO Lancaster is a family among supporters! Join them for US national team watch parties at Tellus 360! Thank you AO Lancaster who has been a sponsor of LCFC for years and for the support you have provided!
Screen Printing Select
Screen Printing Select (SPS) is a one-stop shop for all your clothing printing, web design, logo creation and much more. Located in Lancaster, SPS has been assisting with our LCFC gear shop and jersey printing! We are grateful to be working with a company that offers so much and works within our community.
It has been a long and interesting season for both teams this year. An uncertain start to the campaign in the fall and a fast paced spring has led us to the end. The entire club would like to thank our players, friends, families, and sponsors for all the support this season! Without everyone our teams would not have been able to have successful campaigns.
The LCFC Women had a wonderful year with a third place finish in the USLPA. Finishing with 28 points from 14 matches we are incredibly proud of the season they had! Our defense was one of the best in the league allowing only 13 goals all season (a goals against average of .93). Our leading scorer was Ashley Hauck this year with many others contributing a lot more goals to add to our total goals for tally of 46!
The LCFC Men had one of the best seasons on record finishing middle of the table in 5th place in the USLPA. Taking 22 points from 16 matches our strong fall set us up for a tough battle this spring. Our leading goal scorer was Cody Eberly this season. Our Men also had a great showing in the Werner Fricker Cup ultimately falling in the semi finals this year.
Both teams are taking some deserved rest and we look to get back out there soon! Please keep an eye out for our tryout schedule soon!
Lancaster, PA - Both the Men and Women picked up wins against Lighthouse Sunday 4/18.
The women kept their form rolling with a very solid 5-0 win against a reeling lighthouse squad. The second clean sheet of the spring was a big positive for the LCFC defense while our goal streak continues. Goals came from 4 players on the day. Two goals from Lisa Sands highlighted the score sheet with Alison Taughinbaugh, Alli Wagner, and Emily Osbourne.
The Men got back to winning ways behind a great first game of the season for Brenden Keller. A 6-3 Victory pulled the sour taste of our loss to the Ukies out of our mouth. Brenden Keller's hat trick helped get the team in a scoring mood with more goals coming on the day. Kody Eberly added a brace to the scoreline and Ben Johnston chipped in with 1 more.
A great weekend looks to lead us into an away weekend for both teams next week as the men and women face off against Danubia.
Lancaster, PA - Lancaster City FC Men played a tight match against the Ukranian Nationals in the post rain heat and humidity Sunday 4/11 ultimately falling 2-1. The Ukies went ahead early on with two goals putting LCFC on their heels. The men bounced back providing 60+ minutes without conceding and having the better of possession and ball movement. Kody Eberly scored in the second half to make it 2-1 and despite numerous chances, LCFC could not find the equalizer by the final whistle.
The men's side look to bounce back against Lighthouse Sunday 4/17 at home!
Lancaster, PA - The LCFC Women start off their spring campaign with an easy victory over Warminster on Sunday 4/11. Warminster showed up with only 8 players on the rainy afternoon and our ladies made it known that they didnt care. 5 goals were scored on the day while conceding none. The goal scorers were: Christina Portelli, Alison Taughinbaugh, Lisa Sands, Brandy Solomon, and Lizzy Sullivan.
The women look forward to their next game Sunday 4/18 at home against Lighthouse!
West Chester, PA - Lancaster City FC geared up for their first game of the Spring season against reigning league champions West Chester United on Sunday afternoon. Through rain, wind and a torrent of attacks from the West Chester side, LCFC made the drive home after a 7-1 defeat.
First half action saw us hold the home team to two goals on the wet pitch. The team defended properly as a unit and managed to keep the high powered West Chester at bay for the first 20 minutes. The breakthrough came 25 minutes in with West Chester going ahead on a low finish. LCFC pressed creating their own chance minutes later and kept the game tight for a while longer. West Chester scored again with only minutes remaining in the first half to go up 2-0 on a multiple deflection shot.
The second half was one to forget for the brick city boys with 5 goals finding the back of the net for the home side. Despite pressing hard to get a few goals back with Kody Eberly, Lance Gaspar, and Chris Sosa all putting numerous shots towards goal, LCFC were only able to come away with 1 as Chris Sosa took a cross from Zach Oster down and volleyed it home for our first goal of the spring.
We look to bounce back and get on the winning track in two weeks when we play host to the Ukranian Nationals on April 11th at home.
Lancaster, PA - Lancaster City FC has announced roster moves ahead of the spring season.
LCFC would like to thank the following players for their time with us in the fall and the hard work they put in throughout the successful fall campaign.
We would like to welcome the following players to the club for the spring season!
We look forward to having these guys and the quality they bring to the side. Come out to support all of the LCFC players Sunday, 3/21 for our home opener agains VE!
Lancaster, PA - The USL of PA has announced the schedules for the Spring portion of our 2020-21 seasons.
Our womens team has 5 fixtures remaining to try and hold on to first place in the conference. The most important fixture sees second place UGH host us in mid May with the potential that being the deciding match for the title. Other games in order are; Warminster (April 11th), Lighthouse (April 18th), at Danubia (April 25th), at Philly Flames (May 2nd), and at UGH (May 16th).
The men's side has a 10 game slate lined up for the Spring featuring 3 games against top 3 sides. Currently sitting 3rd the men look to improve on their great fall campaign where we finished 6-2. Matches in order are; VE (March 21st), at West Chester (March 28th), Ukranian Nationals (April 11th), Lighthouse (April 18th), at Danubia (April 25th), Phoenix (May 2nd), at VE (May 9th), at UGH (May 16th), at Phoenix (May 23rd), and Colonial (June 5th).
As always, home games are open to the public and free to attend at Lancaster Catholic Stadium. Please follow local and state guidelines for social distancing and mask wearing. Women's matches start at noon with the men at 2:30pm.