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Season Finale - SF Glens SC vs. Fresno FC U23 - Saturday July 14 at 3PM - Boxer Stadium

What You Need to Know for Home Game #7 vs. Fresno FC U23!





The Who (Teams Playing)
The What (Occasion)
The Where (Location)
The When (Date and Time)
And The Why (Significance)

Directions to Boxer Stadium
Food Menu

Code of Conduct
Prohibited Items
About the SF Glens SC
About Our New League—the USL PDL





Single-Game Tickets and Season Youth Passes are still available by clicking here:

General Admission for Adults is $10 and all fans 17 and under are FREE the entire season by “purchasing” their Youth Passes online at the same link:






Join us for our USL PDL season finale as we take on Fresno FC U23!

It will be Fan Appreciation Day and SF Glens Evolution Day. The team will honor the SFGE youth coaches and players, and for the fans, there will be several prize giveaways, including free tickets to Fight Night at the SF Fairmont later that night, courtesy of Hard Hitta Boxing Promotions!



Saturday, July 14 at 3PM 



Boxer Stadium
166 Havelock St., San Francisco



Because you love the Glens, of course!

Or because you love soccer, especially SF soccer and want to support your local club as we make history by playing in the USL PDL for the first time this season!

Or because you had a great time at our first six games and you’ve found the perfect way to spend your Saturday, complete with beer, wine, and food for the afternoon!




    •    Take BART to Balboa Park BART station.

    •    Hop off and walk to the corner of Geneva Ave. and San Jose Ave. (1 minute)

    •    Walk northeast on San Jose Ave. toward Ocean Ave. and Balboa Park. (10 minutes)



    •    There are J, K, T and M light rail stops at Balboa Park.


By Car (Drop-Off):

We suggest using these directions if someone (friend, Lyft, Uber, taxi) is dropping you off. Otherwise, scroll down to the Parking section below this section.


From 80 (East Bay):

    •    Take 80 to SF (Bay Bridge)

    •    Take 101 South.

    •    Take the ramp to I-280 for 1.6 miles

    •    Continue on ramp to Monterey Blvd and go West for 0.4 miles

    •    Turn left on Baden St and go South for 0.2 miles

    •    Turn right on San Jose Ave and go Southwest for 0.3 miles

    •    Turn right on Havelock St.


From Marin (Golden Gate Bridge):

    •    Immediately after crossing the Golden Gate Bridge,

    •    Bear right on ramp to CA-1 (19th Avenue) and go South for 5.2 miles

    •    Turn left on Sloat Blvd and go East for 0.2 miles

    •    Turn right on Junipero Serra Blvd and go South for 0.2 miles

    •    Turn left on Ocean Ave and go Southeast for 1.3 miles

    •    Bear right on Geneva Ave and go Southeast for 0.3 miles

    •    Turn left on San Jose Ave and go Northeast for 0.3 miles

    •    Turn left on Havelock St.


From San Mateo (US 101):

    •    Heading north on US-101 Northwest for 6.8 miles

    •    Continue on ramp to I-380 and go West for 2.0 miles

    •    Continue on ramp to I-280 and go North for 7.9 miles

    •    Continue on ramp to Geneva Ave and go Northeast for 0.2 miles

    •    Turn left on San Jose Ave and go Northeast for 0.3 miles

    •    Turn left on Havelock St.


From San Jose (280):

    •    Take 280 and head north.

    •    Exit Geneva Ave and go Northeast for 0.2 miles

    •    Turn left on San Jose Ave and go Northeast for 0.3 miles

    •    Turn left on Havelock St.




There is residential parking around the area, but spots are generally hard to find. However, we’ve made parking readily available in 2 places (SEE MAP BELOW):

1) City College of San Francisco for $3. The lots directly east of CCSF’s football/soccer fields (368 Havelock St.) are the ideal place to park, as they are only a 4-5 minute walk to Boxer Stadium.

CCSF also has parking lots behind Whole Foods (15 Phelan Ave.) for $3, and the walk from there to Boxer Stadium is 15 minutes.

2) Leadership High School (350 Seneca Ave.) also has parking available for $5. It’s a 10-minute walk from Leadership HS to Boxer Stadium.



  • Tacos
  • Quesadillas 
  • Hot Dogs
  • Chips
  • Candy



  • Carlsberg Beer
  • Fort Point Villager IPA
  • Menage a Trois Wine (Red & White)
  • Water
  • Soda



On behalf of the San Francisco Glens and the Premier Development League we are committed to creating a safe, comfortable and enjoyable soccer experience for all guests in and around our stadiums.

Please be mindful of the following:

Fans are encouraged to cheer, sing, and otherwise support their team while remaining respectful and courteous to their fellow patrons, referees, opposing team fans and players.

Fans should enjoy the soccer experience free from fighting, thrown objects, attempts to enter the playing field, political or inciting messages, and disorderly behavior, including foul, sexist, racial, obscene or abusive language or gestures.

The PDL and its Clubs thank you for adhering to the provisions of this Code of Conduct and for making this event special and memorable to you and your fellow patrons.


Prohibited items at Boxer Stadium include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Outside food and drink
  • Drums
  • Pets. We love 'em, but unfortunately, Boxer Stadium says no :(
  • Confetti
  • Smoke Bombs
  • Weapons of any kind


About the San Francisco Glens Soccer Club:

Founded in 1961, the San Francisco Glens have been a mainstay of the San Francisco soccer landscape for decades, winning numerous titles in the historic San Francisco Soccer Football League and competing for national titles throughout the 70s, 80s, and 90s.

The addition of the San Francisco Glens’ PDL team is the latest evidence of the club’s growth. Along with the Glens’ youth club, SF Glens Evolution—a U.S. Soccer Development Academy member and official North American partner of Celtic FC’s Academy—the Glens are the largest soccer club in San Francisco, providing all levels of competition to nearly 1,500 youth and adult soccer players.

To learn more about the San Francisco Glens, visit and follow the club on FacebookTwitterInstagram, and Snapchat—all using the handle @SFGlensSC.

About Our New League—the USL PDL:

A part of the United Soccer Leagues, which also operates the Division II USL, the newly-announced USL Division III, and Super Y League, the USL Premier Development League (PDL) has served as the proven stepping-stone for aspiring professionals.

Over 70 percent of all MLS SuperDraft selections since 2010 have PDL experience, including a total of 66 alums chosen in 2018. Among the many players to have played in the PDL before making their professional debuts include Newcastle United FC defender DeAndre Yedlin, 2017 MLS Goalkeeper of the Year Tim Melia, 2017 MLS Defender of the Year Ike Opara, and U.S. Men’s National Team members such as Darlington Nagbe, Brad Guzan, Geoff Cameron, and the Bay Area’s own Nick Lima.