MONTREAL – CF Montréal unveiled on Tuesday the first team’s match schedule in Florida during its 2023 preseason training camp, presented by Allstate Insurance.
The group has been training at the Olympic Stadium in Montreal since January 9 and will depart for Florida to train at Inter Miami CF’s Florida Blue Training Center in Fort Lauderdale from February 5 to 17. Three matches will be played in Fort Lauderdale, beginning on Wednesday, February 8 at 10:30am against Florida International University (NCAA), followed by a match on Saturday, February 11, at 6pm against the Houston Dynamo (MLS), and finally a meeting with Inter Miami CF (MLS) on Wednesday, February 15, at 7:30pm.
Head coach Hernán Losada’s side will then head to St. Petersburg to face the Tampa Bay Rowdies (USL Championship) at Al Lang Stadium on Saturday, February 18, at 7:30pm.
CF Montréal will play its first match of the MLS season on Saturday, February 25, at 7:30pm against Inter Miami FC at DRV PNK Stadium. The Club will then play in Austin on March 4 and in Nashville on March 11, before playing its home opener on Saturday, March 18, at 7:30pm at the Olympic Stadium against the 2022 MLS Cup finalist, Philadelphia Union.
2023 TRAINING CAMP PRESENTED BY ALLSTATE INSURANCE
January 9 to February 4 – Training sessions in Montreal – Olympic Stadium
February 5 to 17 – Fort Lauderdale training sessions – Florida Blue Training Center
February 8 – Match vs Florida International University (NCAA) – Florida Blue Training Center
February 11 – Match vs Houston Dynamo (MLS) – Florida Blue Training Center
February 15 – Match vs Inter Miami CF (MLS) – TBD
February 18 to 24 – St. Petersburg training sessions – Al Lang Stadium
February 18 – Match vs Tampa Bay Rowdies (USL Championship) – Al Lang Stadium
February 25 – Season opener vs Inter Miami CF – DRV PNK Stadium
March 18 – Home opener vs Philadelphia Union – Olympic Stadium
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