August 1, 2015- Mid-Year AGM
The Crocketteers will host their mid-year annual general meeting (AGM) on Saturday, August 1st at 11:00 am. at the Fox and Hound on Vance Jackson Road. On the agenda will be the following items. Approval of minutes from January AGM Election of open position of an At-large member Committee reports Merchandise for the fall Membership […]
As you know Scorpions player Julius James suffered a season ending injury on July 11th at the Scorpions game vs Tampa Bay. We want to show our support for Julius by requesting donations at our July 25th tailgate party. We will donate 100% of all donations collected at our tailgate party. The Crocketteers will also match up to $250 of the donations to give to Julius James.
You can sign up now for the tailgate by clicking on the link below.
With the 2015 spring season in the rear view mirror, the San Antonio Scorpions will be looking to make a run at the fall season title to secure their spot in the Championship playoffs in November. The spring did not unfold how the Alamo City faithful had intended, but did pan out like this writer said was highly likely; “My prediction is that San Antonio comes out in the middle for the Spring season. We will continue to build chemistry but won’t win it.” There is nothing the Scorpions can do about the spring now, and lamenting on it doesn’t do any good. So, we look to the fall…
Going into the fall season…
READ THE ARTICLE
By Scott Bailey
San Antonio Business Journal
The sellout crowd, which converged on downtown San Antonio — and eventually the Alamodome — for the international friendly soccer match between the U.S. and Mexico men’s national teams, created a buzz in this city that rivaled a Fiesta celebration or even a Spurs NBA Finals game.
It was a World Cup environment on a smaller scale, and another reminder of the impact big-time sports can have on a community.
by Kevin Collins (Alamo City Soccer)
Welcome to the first ever meeting between the San Antonio Scorpions and the Austin Aztex! Fans of both teams have been waiting for this game to happen! The physical proximity to each other makes this a natural rivalry that will pit two teams separated by 70 miles via I-35. Let’s take a look at the teams:
Home: San Antonio Scorpions
League: North American Soccer League (4th season)
2014 record: 16-4-7 Fall season champions/NASL Champions
2014 Top goalscorer: Rafael Castillo (7)
2014 Assists leader: Billy Forbes (7)
Visitors: Austin Aztex
League: United Soccer League (1st season)
2014 record (USL PDL): 11-2-1 1st, Mid-South Division/Conference Finals
2014 Top goalscorer: Adam Black/Jesus Cortes (5)
2014 Assists leader Jesus Cortes (4)
Major League Soccer is expanding and with only 3 spots remaining, San Antonio is ready. But we need your support.