March 28, 2015- Beer Party: Scorpions vs Costa Rica U-23
Beer Party 5:30 pm Game Time 7:30 pm It’s the last pre-season game before the start of our season and we will have a beer party starting at 5:30 pm under the Thousand Oaks Bridge. This party will be beer only. Our regular tailgates will return on opening day April 4th. Sell Tickets through […]
April 15, 2015- USA Fans: USA Tailgate Party
Alamo Brewery 202 Lamar San Antonio, Texas 78202 CLICK HERE TO REGISTER USA FANS: This is the place to party before the USA match. The Crocketteers have partnered with ALAMO BEER to offer you the tailgate party of the decade. Join us at the new Alamo Brewery where you can purchase some of the finest […]
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)
The United States Men’s National Team will take on Mexico at the Alamodome on Wednesday, April 15th. The Crocketteers will be working closely with American Outlaws San Antonio to bring a STRONG USA team Support to the Alamodome that night. All tickets in our section will be General Admission.
The Crocketteers sent San Antonio Scorpions owner Gordon Hartman a letter thanking him for the season and the good things he is doing for special needs children with Soccer for a Cause and Morgan’s Wonderland. Below is the letter sent and the response from Mr. Hartman. He is truly a great man.
From the members of the Crocketteers we just wanted to thank you again for all you have done for bringing professional soccer to the Alamo City. You have also brought more awareness to children of special needs and shown the world how a sports entity can have a lasting impact on a community in more ways than just making a donation. You are truly and inspiration to all. It has been an incredible season. One the soccer community won’t soon forget.
Looking forward seeing San Antonio take the next step in soccer development and the continued success for Soccer for a Cause.
From Gordon Harman:
Members of the Crocketteers:
Myself along with members of the San Antonio Scorpion franchise and SOCCER FOR A CAUSE want to extend our appreciation to every one of you for your consistent, passionate and unwavering support. The Crocketteers played an important role in keeping a high level of team spirit in force as we worked hard to become the 2014 CHAMPIONS! We look forward to continuing this winning model of success!
Take care and thanks again.
Gordon V. Hartman
by Jerod Young
The San Antonio Scorpions are the sports world’s newest model franchise.
In just under two years, one of the North American Soccer League’s newest clubs has gone from “the newest expansion” to championship contender. The Scorpions work to become the NASL’s top franchise will culminate as it takes on the Ft. Lauderdale Strikers at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Toyota Field for the Soccer Bowl. The game will be shown live on ESPN3, One World Sports, and on NASL Live.
Here are the top 10 reasons, in no particular order, why San Antonio will hoist the championship at the end of the night.
Major League Soccer is expanding and with only 3 spots remaining, San Antonio is ready. But we need your support.