MADISON, NJ - The National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) is proud to announce that the 2018 NPSL National Championship will be played at Drew University’s Ranger Stadium in Madison on Saturday, August 4th at 7:30 pm ET.  FC Motown  will be hosting Miami FC 2 (Miami, FL) with a national title on the line.

“FC Motown has worked extremely hard to get into the NPSL finals, and we would like to welcome Miami FC 2 to New Jersey for this epic battle,” FC Motown co-owner Oliver Papraniku said. “We will continue our attractive offensive game while continuously focusing on our strong defense. This game will be a pleasure to watch for all soccer fans.  FC Motown will look to continue to make a name for the organization and provide our players the highest level of competition.” 

Tickets will be available for $10 at the gate.  Anyone under 17 will be free.  Parking is free and will be located in the two front lots by Ranger Stadium. 

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“We are obviously ecstatic to be participating in the 2018 NPSL National Championship in our first season in the league,” Miami FC 2 CEO Sean Flynn added. “There are no easy paths to this championship match, especially when 98 teams started the season with the dream of being in this position.  Both clubs are certainly battle tested, and soccer fans nationwide are in for a treat Saturday night when two extremely talented teams take the field.  We hope that we can finish our journey in championship style.”  

New York Red Bulls and U.S. Men’s National Team standout Tyler Adams will be at the match, signing autographs, taking photos with fans, and participating in pregame ceremonies.  

The match will be streamed live on NPSL.com.  

ABOUT THE NPSL
The National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) is the largest established men’s soccer league in the United States with 98 teams competing across the country in 2018.  The NPSL is a successor to the Men’s Premier Soccer League (MPSL), which was formed in 2002.  The NPSL is a member league of the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) and sanctioned by U.S. Soccer, the governing body of soccer in all its forms in the United States.  The NPSL’s cooperative and turnkey ownership platform has led to its explosive growth, countless player development opportunities, and commitment to grow the game in the United States.  For more information about the NPSL, please visit npsl.com.