Aztex Announce USL-1 Schedule

The Austin Aztex released their 2009 schedule today

The Austin Aztex announced their 2009 USL-1 season schedule today. Some of the highlights:

• Thirty games, 15 at home (Nelson Field) …
• The opening game is Saturday, April 18, hosting the Minnesota Thunder at 7:30pm. In fact, the Aztex play eight of their first nine games at home, including three within the first eight days of the season. …
• The home finale is Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 7, at 6pm (though the team then ends the season with a tough Pacific Northwest road trip the following weekend to Portland and Vancouver). …
• Thirteen of the home games are Friday-Saturday-Sunday evenings; two of the Friday night games will be nationally televised on FSC: against the Puerto Rico Islanders May 8, and the Charleston Battery June 5.

See the full schedule below.

Austin Aztex USL-1 2009 Schedule
Home Games in Bold

Sat., April 18, 7:30pm – Minnesota Thunder
Tue., April 21, 7:30pm – Vancouver Whitecaps
Sat., April 25, 7:30pm – Cleveland City Stars
*Fri., May 8, 7pm – Puerto Rico Islanders
Sun., May 17 at Montreal Impact
Sun., May 24, 6pm – Carolina Railhawks
Fri., May 29, 7:30pm – Puerto Rico Islanders
*Fri., June 5, 7pm – Charleston Battery
Sun., June 7, 6pm – Charleston Battery
*Fri., June 12 at Puerto Rico Islanders
Sun., June 14 at Miami FC
Fri., June 19, 7:30pm – Carolina Railhawks
Sun., June 21, 6pm – Rochester Rhinos
Sat., June 27 at Cleveland City Stars
*Fri., July 3 at Cleveland City Stars
Sun., July 5 at Rochester Rhinos
Sat., July 11, 7:30pm – Portland Timbers
Sat., July 18 at Minnesota Thunder
Sat., July 25, 7:30pm – Montreal Impact
Thu., July 30 at Charleston Battery
Sat., Aug. 1 at Carolina Railhawks
Sat., Aug. 8 at Rochester Rhinos
Sun., Aug. 16, 6pm – Minnesota Thunder
*Sun., Aug. 23 at Montreal Impact
Sat., Aug. 29, 7:30pm – Miami FC
Wed., Sept. 2 at Vancouver Whitecaps
Sat., Sept. 5 at Miami FC – AUSTIN
Mon., Sept. 7, 6pm – Portland Timbers
Fri., Sept. 11 at Portland Timbers
Sun., Sept. 13 at Vancouver Whitecaps

*Nationally televised on Fox Soccer Channel

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