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Kickers Release Full Schedule

The Kickers will play eight games at home. Other than a limit of 1,000 fans at City Stadium and facemask requirement the team has released no other details of the gameday experience.

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It was a classic good news, bad news situation on Friday. The good news the full schedule for the team was released. The bad news the first game on that schedule was canceled due to someone on the Tormenta FC team testing positive to Covid-19.

The schedule was late in being released due to Toronto dropping out at the last minute.

From the Richmond Kickers:

In a change approved by the League One Board of Governors this week, the regular-season schedule will now see each team play a total of 16 regular season games, with each club set to face every other team at least once over the course of the schedule. The top two teams in the regular season will advance to the 2020 League One Final, which will be played the weekend following the conclusion of the regular season.
With the exception of two away matches, the Kickers 2020 schedule will be played on Saturdays. All matches at City Stadium will kick off at 6:30 p.m. The Kickers regular season will conclude Saturday, October 24 at home against Chattanooga Red Wolves SC.
Per local, state and league guidelines, a maximum of one thousand people will be permitted inside City Stadium to start the season. Face coverings will be required for all fans and staff inside the venue. The Kickers comprehensive COVID-19 Readiness Plan, along with 2020 ticketing information will be released next Wednesday, July 22.
Every match of the 2020 season will be available to stream live on ESPN+, with select matches available on the Kickers official television partners, WTVR CBS 6.
Stay up to date with the latest news from the Kickers at RichmondKickers.com and on the official team app.

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