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By SF Glens SC Staff, 02/19/24, 7:00AM PST


Men's and women’s teams open season on the road May 11, May 18, respectively

SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco Glens Soccer Club announced today their USL League Two men's and USL W League women's schedules for the 2024 regular season.

The USL League Two opens their 14-game campaign on Saturday, May 11th, when they travel to Santa Clara to take on league-newcomer Almaden FC, while, a week later, the W League team kicks off their 12-game campaign on Saturday, May 18th, when they travel to Turlock for a matchup against Academica SC.

Coming off a USL W League Western Conference title and a National Semifinal appearance in its first season, the women's team is slated for a schedule that features a pair of San Francisco Derbies with The Olympic Club as well as matchups with Western Conference runner-up California Storm. League mainstays Pleasanton Rage, Marin FC Siren and Stockton Cargo round out the docket.

Meanwhile, the League Two team is coming off two-straight seasons with Western Conference Semifinal appearances. The Glens put together a winning regular season that included two wins over crosstown rivals SF City in the San Francisco Derby and a passage to the postseason. In the postseason, the Glens traveled down south to Redlands and left with a resounding 2-1 road win over top-seeded Redlands FC in the Western Conference Quarterfinal before ultimately falling in the Western Conference Semifinal to host Ventura County Fusion. The men's team now aims for a Western Conference Final appearance in 2024.

This season's schedule will give fans two SF Derby, with a home-and-home series. The Glens will host first on Sunday, June 16th, followed by SF City's turn on Saturday, July 14th at Kezar Stadium, which will be the Glens’ final game of the regular season. The Green and White will also host newcomers Almaden FC and face other mainstays in the new NorCal Division, Monterey Bay FC III, Davis Legacy SC, Academica SC and Marin FC Legends.

There will be three opportunities to watch the League Two and W League teams back-to-back at home in doubleheaders: June 2nd, June 16th and June 23rd. Both schedules in detail are now live on

Ticket information will become available in the upcoming days.

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SAT., MAY 11 @ Almaden FC  • 7:30 p.m.

WED., MAY 15 @ Davis Legacy SC • 7 p.m. 

SAT., MAY 19 @ Monterey Bay FC II • 7 p.m. 

THURS., MAY 23 @ Academica SC  • 7 p.m.

SUN., JUNE 2 vs. Project 51O • 1 p.m.*

SAT., JUNE 8 vs. Marin FC Legends • 1 p.m.

WED., JUNE 12 vs. Monterey Bay FC II • 6 p.m. 

SUN., JUNE 16 vs. SF City FC • 1 p.m.*

SUN., JUNE 23 vs. Alamden FC • 4 p.m.*

WED., JUNE 26 @ Marin FC Legends • TBD 

SUN., JUNE 30 @ Project 51O • TBD

SAT., JULY 6 vs. Davis Legacy SC • 2 p.m

WED., JULY 10 vs. Academica SC • 6 p.m. 

SUN., JULY 14 @ SF City FC • 5 p.m.

*doubleheader with USL W League team


SUN., MAY 18 @ Academica SC • 7 p.m.

THURS., MAY 23 @ Stockton Cargo • 3 p.m.  

TUES., MAY 28 @ Olympic Club • 6:30 p.m. 

SUN., JUNE 2 vs. Oakland Soul • 4 p.m.*

WED., JUNE 5 vs. Academica • 6 p.m.

SUN., JUNE 9 vs. Marin FC Siren • 1 p.m.  

WED., JUNE 12 @ Marin FC Siren • TBD 

SUN., JUNE 16 vs. Pleasanton Rage • 4 p.m.*

WED., JUNE 19 vs. Stockton Cargo • 6 p.m. 

SUN., JUNE 23 vs. California Storm • TBD*

WED., JUNE 26 @ Pleasanton Rage • 7:30 p.m. 

SUN., JUNE 30 @ Oakland Soul • 6 p.m. 

*doubleheader with USL League Two team


With over 90 total teams and 1,100 youth and adult players, the San Francisco Glens are the largest and most diverse soccer club in The City. Founded in 1961, the Glens have established minor-league men’s team in USL League Two, a women’s team in the USL W League, and a comprehensive youth academy that includes a full pathway in MLS NEXT, the top youth league in America, right down to local micro soccer programs serving kids as young as Pre-K. Last year, the club announced the construction of a soccer-specific facility at Treasure Island with a targeted completion date by end of 2023.

As a community-focused 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Glens are proud to have never turned away a single player or family due to financial hardship thanks to internal fundraising efforts and a scholarship program that distributed over $200,000 last year alone. Visit us at and


USL League Two is the leader in pre-professional soccer in North America. The League holds a vital role as it continues to provide the elite platform for those pursuing professional careers domestically and internationally. Throughout the United States and Canada, League Two franchises continue to provide top pre-professional players the opportunity to train and compete at the highest level while maintaining their collegiate eligibility. With ownership of teams coming from the likes of MLS and USL franchises as well as leading business and sports individuals, League Two serves as the leading development platform for the game both on and off the field.


The USL W League is the nation’s premier pre-professional league developing the next generation of women’s soccer talent both on and off the field, enhancing the pipeline between college and professional soccer. Since the conclusion of the inaugural 2022 season, 25 W League alums have gone to sign a professional contract. In addition, seven players were drafted in the 2023 NWSL draft, and nine players have been invited to professional preseason training camps home and aboard. The USL W League strives to use women’s soccer as a force for societal good by creating a national platform to increase opportunity, gender equity, and career development. Visit to learn more.

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