Boston City FC Takes Part In Revere Columbus Day Parade
Mon, Oct 9, 2017 3:10 pm

Boston City FC connected with the local community again on Monday, participating in the biannual Revere Columbus Day parade.

Head coach and President Palhinha met local soccer fans as the club’s branded bus weaved its way through the streets of Revere as part of the celebrations, along with youngsters from the Revere Youth Soccer organization.

Held biannually, rotating between Revere and East Boston, the parade honors the region’s Italian-American cultural heritage.

Boston City has strong ties to the Revere community.  Last season the Lions were welcomed by the city to Harry Della Russo Stadium to host a prestigious U.S. Open Cup second round match, while each preseason, training sessions have been held on the famous Revere Beach as part of the team’s strength and conditioning program.

“We thank Mayor Brian Arrigo and his staff for inviting us to be a part of this great parade and the people of Revere for cheering us along the route,” said Boston City FC Managing Director Craig Tornberg.  “We hope soccer fans from Revere will again come and support us when we kick off our new season in the spring of 2018.”

On Saturday, October 21, Revere will host Boston City FC open tryouts when Harry Della Russo Stadium is the venue for talented local players to compete for a chance to join the club’s roster for the 2018 campaign.  The tryouts take place from 1pm to 4pm and interested players may sign up at


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