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2018 Schedule

2018 OCFC Season Schedule Announced

With a little under two months until the start of the season, Oakland County FC has released its 2018 schedule for the upcoming campaign.
In total, 13 matches comprise the schedule: Michigan Milk Cup (Home/Away)*, Waza Flo (Friendly), and 10 United Premier Soccer League (UPSL) matches.
*If OCFC advances to the next round of the Milk Cup, an additional match will be added.
The season begins on Saturday, May 12 at 7 PM EST as OCFC welcomes Indiana Old Bhoys to the new home grounds of Clawson Stadium (935 N Custer Avenue, Clawson).
The regular season concludes on Saturday, July 21 vs. cross-town rivals, Carpathia FC.

2018 Playoffs

The regular season will consist of 10 matches with home-and-away fixtures between each team. A four-team playoff pitting the region winners will determine the UPSL Midwest Conference champion and its representative at the UPSL National Playoffs. Full conference alignment can be seen here.
The host-club for the playoffs are yet to be determined.

2018 Tickets

BEST DEAL: 2018 Trust Memberships include a season ticket, a Member scarf, a guest ticket to each match, and several additional benefits for the 2018 season for only $60. Memberships can be purchased here. Don’t forget, a Membership also grants you an ownership stake in the club for life!
Individual season ticket packages will be available for $40 and $50 w/scarf.
Group rates, game bundles, and individual match tickets will go on sale next week.

About Oakland County FC

Oakland County Football Club is a Semi-Professional soccer team dedicated to providing a remarkable on-field product as well as an unforgettable game day experience. OCFC will strive to bring high-level soccer and entertainment to Oakland County and surrounding communities. Additionally, we aim to cater to every audience, both youth and adult. OCFC’s long-term vision is to create a community backed club sponsored by both local and regional organizations, which will give back to the residents of the community in the form of pride and involvement.