Our Weekly New York Soccer Tour

Isla Pau and Chile NY champions in Copán Maya SL
Isla Pau and Chile NY won the championships in their respective categories. Isla Pau in the Over 50, defeating La Barra by 2-0 and Chile NY in the Over 55, defeating Carmen de la Legua Reynoso by 2-1.

Finals day was held last Saturday (October 23), which was attended by a huge fan base that packed the facilities of court 7 in Flushing Park.

In the early hours, the Señorones del Chile NY collided with their compatriots del Carmen de la Legua Reynoso (formerly Chile NY Pe), a great match to say very close and contested.

But he eventually ended up winning the NY tight 2-1. It should be mentioned that unfortunately, Reynoso was short of time to equalize the actions and force the penalty shootout; resigning himself to the sub-championship.

In the background, Isla Pau was measured against La Barra, for the title in the Over 50. Another excellent game where both started with back and forth plays, but little by little Pau took over the shares to the extreme of initial compromise with the final score of 2-0.

The only match for Third place was played in Over 55, where La Recocha defeated Real Friends For Ever 2-1.

At the end of the day, César Aleja Zúñiga as president and founder of the league proceeded to deliver trophies, medals, individual recognitions, and juicy cash prizes.

Mexicana Express champion in the Mexican League
Incredible, but true, the Mexicana Express led by Oscar “Chayote” Macareno, greatly surprised the catrachos of Real España Brooklyn, NY, led by Chepe Bálico, assisted by his Brother Juan dethroning him by defeating him in the grand final 3-0 and be proclaimed new champion in the Mexican Football League Inc. based on courts in Red Hook Park, Brooklyn.

In this final, the ‘drivers’ of the Mexicana Express became the ‘Tumba Gigantes’ at the end of the bi-championship for the catch team that owned it until this year. In addition to the titles won in the Mayan Soccer League.

A great game played at full steam were both started with good plays looking to do damage.

But it was the ‘drivers’ who managed to get on the scoreboard. In the first half, he opened it with a penalty kick scored and converted by Ramon. Then in the final stage, two more goals sealed the victory.

Real España advanced to their third final, eliminating Camoteros by defeating them in the first leg semi-final 2-0 and in the second leg 4-3 semi-final.

Mexicana Express qualified for the final, leaving Diablos on the ‘road’, beating him in the first leg 1-0 semi-final and 3-1 in the second leg semi-final.

After the commitment, Heriberto Bermejo, as league president, proceeded with the delivery of trophies, medals, and the ‘juicy’ cash prize.

NY Inter Mex
The NY Inter Mex SC in the U-14 category, had a ‘bitter’ day last Saturday (October 23), not being able to add another consecutive win, since in their visit to CV7 NY, in the # 1 fields of the Hook Red, no matter how much he fought and tried to discount on the scoreboard, he had to end up losing.

His next game will be on Saturday, October 30, visiting the Uruguayans of the NY Strong Galaxy, on courts of the West Islip City Hall, on Long Island.

The same happened with the U-11 category that also fell as a visitor to the Green asphalt. His next game will be on Sunday, October 31, hosting FC Copa Academy, at ‘home’ Sunset Park, Brooklyn.

Also, the U-16 category, suffered at ‘home’ the fall against the Pro Game Alliance Aspire and presar who managed to discount a couple of times, even so, ended up losing.

His next game will be on Saturday, October 30, receiving at Red Hook Park, the visit of North Stars SC

Mexican League SP
Barcelona, ​​in addition to adding another consecutive win, was also the top scorer of the day, beating Manchester 6-1, on the third date in the Mexican Soccer League Sunset Park, Brooklyn.

For their part, Lobos and Barza FC won their matches with the same score. Lobos defeated Santa Rosa 4-2 and Barza also defeated Sharks 4-2.

Atléticos made their debut defeating Brooklyn FC 2-1, but then Brooklyn FC itself beat Caton 3-1. Manchester also entered on the right foot, defeating Arsenal 2-1.

The Mexican Soccer League Sunset Park, Brooklyn, will be playing this Friday, October 29, the fourth date of the winter championship, played on Soccerrof artificial fields, located at 14b 53rd Street, in Brooklyn.

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