The team’s 34-game schedule was released Thursday by Major League Soccer. The Loons, playing their home games for one more season at TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota, will play host to expansion side LAFC on July 22. The Loons open the season with back-to-back road matches against San Jose on March 3 and Orlando City on March 10 before returning for their home opener on March 17 against the Chicago Fire.
Minnesota United said Thursday that John Pascarella, former goalkeeping coach at Sporting Kansas City, will take on the role with the Loons for the 2018 season. Pascarella spent eight seasons seasons with Sporting Kansas City before being named last January as head coach of the Des Moines Menace in the Premier Development League (PDL).
Minnesota United FC will open its 2018 regular season on the road on March 3 with a match against San Jose before returning home to play Chicago Fire on March 17. The games were announced Tuesday by the Loons. Kickoff time for the San Jose match is 9:30 p.m. Central. The time for the St. Patrick’s Day home match at TCF Bank Stadium was not announced. A complete schedule for 2018 will be released later.
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