Las Vegas’ new United Soccer League team will look at players from Monday through Wednesday. Las Vegas Lights FC is ratcheting up its search for players. The team is running an invite-only training camp from Monday through Wednesday to attempt to find players who can be a part of the team’s inaugural roster. The camp will feature players with varying levels of professional experience competing with select players found at the team’s open combine over the weekend at Kellogg Zaher Soccer Complex.
The 25-year-old tried out for Las Vegas’ new United Soccer League team at the club’s player combine on Saturday and Sunday at Kellogg Zaher Soccer Complex. Julian Portugal has played at just about every level of Las Vegas soccer. He played in rec leagues after his family moved from Mexico to Nevada. He played club soccer with Neusport Football. And after helping Palo Verde compile a 13-2-3 record as a senior, he began a four-year career with UNLV in 2011.
Las Vegas’ new United Soccer League team looked at players for nine hours Saturday at Kellogg Zaher Soccer Complex. Duce Bell had a chance to make one of his dreams come true Saturday by impressing the Las Vegas Lights FC at the team’s first player combine. He just had to do it out of position.
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