This weekend marks the start of the fall eUSL season. After earning the wooden spoon last season, I will be representing Reno 1868 FC in eUSL League One. While last season was challenging I am hoping that League One will be at my level. I am ready for the challenge ahead. Below is my full schedule for this season.
September 6, 2020 – First match of the new season
September 13, 2020 – My opponet is playing for USLC Rhode Island. A team that does not exist yet.
September 21, 2020 – The Deadline to lock in a team (AKA transfer deadline)
October 18, 2020 – Two matches for week 7
November 1, 2020 – eUSL Silver State Cup
November 15, 2020 – Bye week for week 11
November 12, 2020 – Two matches for week 12 to end the regular season
Differences between season 1 & 2
There is no longer eastern and western conferences. Teams play everyone in their respective leagues. There wont be a Biggest Little Derby this season. Reno 1868 FC representatives are playing in different leagues this season. This season is only 13 games in 3 months instead of 20+ games over almost 6 months. The biggest change for this season is that players will be locking in teams. What this means is that by the end of week 4 players have to pick a team and stick with that team until the end of the season including playoffs. I have heard this being referred to as the transfer deadline.
How To Watch
Up to this point most eUSL games have been streamed on Twitch. It’s a requirement to have the ability to stream to be in the league. The eUSL has Twitch channels for all of it’s leagues. On those channels the league hosts all of the games being streamed on Twitch. I steam all my games and post highlights on my twitch channel (ZacElectrifly). I also post full game highlights, full matches and full stream replays on YouTube (Zac Plays soccer)
You can catch the Antonio’s games on his channel here (he is the other Reno 1868 FC representative)