Sky Blue FC moves August 18 match to Red Bull Arena to accommodate increased attendance
Sky Blue FC will host Reign FC in the contest
Sky Blue FC forward Raque Rodriquez controls ball in a game with Reign FC (Photo credit: Jane Gershovich/isiphotos.com)
Sky Blue FC forward Raque Rodriquez controls ball in a game with Reign FC (Photo credit: Jane Gershovich/isiphotos.com)

Sky Blue FC, New Jersey’s professional women’s soccer team, announced today that the club’s August 18 match against Reign FC will be moved from Rutgers’ Yurcak Field to Red Bull Arena in Harrison, N.J.

Sky Blue FC captain and U.S. women’s national team co-captain Carli Lloyd, Canadian goalkeeper Kailen Sheridan, and Cameroon defender Estelle Johnson will face off against Reign FC’s Megan Rapinoe, who won the 2019 World Cup Golden Boot and Golden Ball awards, midfielder Allie Long, and seven other World Cup players.

“This is a big moment for our club, our players and fans,” said Sky Blue Interim General Manager Alyse LaHue. “We asked our fans if they would support this idea and they very definitively said yes. We’re always listening to and looking for ideas that enhance the fan experience as we push this club forward.”

“We’re beyond excited that we have to move the game to Red Bull Arena because fan interest is so high,” said Carli Lloyd. “This will be a great experience for my teammates and another opportunity for Sky Blue to continue building toward a successful and sustainable future.”

“We are very pleased to welcome Sky Blue to Red Bull Arena, and to have this match come together after months of planning,” said Red Bulls General Manager Marc de Grandpre. “Our organization strives to support and grow the game locally, and hosting an NWSL match at Red Bull Arena is a great opportunity to support Sky Blue and celebrate the local soccer community.”

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