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Orlando Pride

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Head Coach

Amanda Cromwell

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Established
2015 (7 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Orlando City Stadium
(25,500 Capacity)

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Location
Orlando, Florida

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League
American NWSL

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Ovokx: 27/May/22
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Upcoming Events
14 Aug 22 San Diego   -  Orlando Pride
20 Aug 22 Gotham FC   -  Orlando Pride
26 Aug 22 Orlando Pride   -  OL Reign
09 Sep 22 Orlando Pride   -  Portland Thorns
16 Sep 22 Racing Louisville   -  Orlando Pride

Latest Results
07 Aug 22 Orlando Pride  2 - 2  Angel City
31 Jul 22 Kansas City  2 - 2  Orlando Pride
17 Jul 22 Washington Spirit  0 - 0  Orlando Pride
08 Jul 22 Orlando Pride  1 - 0  Houston Dash
04 Jul 22 Orlando Pride  2 - 2  Racing Louisville

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The Orlando Pride is a professional women's soccer team based in Orlando, Florida. The team joined the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL), the top level of women's soccer in the U.S., for the 2016 season. The tenth team to be added to the league, they are affiliated with the men's team Orlando City SC in Major League Soccer. They play their home games at Orlando City Stadium.

The Pride hold the record for hosting the largest attendance in NWSL history, with 23,403 on hand to witness the Pride's inaugural home game, a 3–1 victory over the Houston Dash on April 23, 2016.

Team Members
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Ashlyn
Harris
#18


Alex
Morgan
#13


Aubrey
Bledsoe
#1


Dani
Weatherholt
#17


Jasmyne
Spencer
#3


Jamia
Fields
#34


Kristen
Edmonds
#3

= Contract years remaining

Stadium or Home

Orlando City Stadium is a soccer-specific stadium in downtown Orlando, Florida. It is the home of Orlando City SC, which entered Major League Soccer (MLS) as an expansion franchise in 2015, and their National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) sister club, the Orlando Pride. The stadium was completed in time for Orlando City's home opener of the 2017 season on March 5 and it became the first ever venue to permanently host MLS, NWSL, and USL teams all in the same location that year.

As well as home matches for Orlando City, Orlando Pride and OCB, Orlando City Stadium has also been used as a host venue for both the United States men's and women's national teams, the finals for both the NWSL Championship and NCAA Women's College Cup, numerous Florida Cup games and the MLS Combine in 2018 and 2019. The stadium is also set to host the 2019 MLS All-Star game.

The stadium is located along West Church Street in the Parramore neighborhood west of Downtown Orlando.

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