The Lights closed out their three-game home preseason slate with a 4-2 loss to D.C. United on Saturday night at Cashman Field. The announced crowd of 7,158 at Cashman Field gave former American soccer prodigy Freddy Adu a large ovation when he made his Lights debut Saturday. The fans cheered even louder when he helped the team score.
The Lights will play their last preseason game at 8 p.m. Saturday at Cashman Field. The Lights FC plays its final exhibition game against Major League Soccer’s D.C. United at 8 p.m. Saturday at Cashman Field. Here are three things to look for in the match:The Lights scored their first two goals in last Saturday’s exhibition game against MLS’ Vancouver Whitecaps FC; now they should be looking for their first result.
The former American soccer prodigy will likely get to play against the team that drafted him No. 1 overall in the 2004 Major League Soccer SuperDraft when he was 14-years-old. Lights FC plan to play Freddy Adu against his former teamThe Lights FC’s most recognizable player is likely finally going to see the field. The team plans to play former American soccer prodigy Freddy Adu in its final preseason game at 8 p.m. Saturday at Cashman Field, coach Jose Luis Sanchez Sola said.
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