This past Saturday the Miami Fury hosted the Atlanta Phoenix for its last home game of the regular season. There were great expectations to secure a win for this game. As the weather along with other factors our offense just couldn’t convert. The players played hard on both sides of the ball with a few big plays. Although the win was not secured the team is still in playoff contention. The Miami Fury still has two more regular season games on the road on June 2 (Orlando) and June 9 (Jacksonville). Be sure to continue to follow the team throughout the remainder of the season.
The Fury is back at home after a road game against the Daytona Waverunners. The Fury brought home the win with a 60-0 shut out. This weekend the Fury will be hosting the Tampa Bay Inferno. This game will be a very competitive and exciting game. The Fury is looking to correct errors made from game one with the Tampa Bay Inferno and bring home a win. Be sure to come out to the game this Saturday, May 12 at 5 p.m. at Ted Hendricks Stadium, 4800 Palm Ave, Hialeah, FL 33012.
Game tickets can be purchased at the gate. Go Fury!
The team will be hosting the Jacksonville Dixie Blues today at 2 p.m. at North Miami Stadium 2555 NE 151st, North Miami. The team is expecting a very competitive game with a lot of great play making from our veteran players. This game will give our rookies another opportunity to showcase their skills. This is going to be a very exciting game so make sure your in the stands cheering on your home team the Miami Fury.
Game tickets are sold at the gate. The adult tickets $10 and youth tickets $5.
Today the team hosts the Daytona Waverunners with its first home game of the season. The team had a rough start last weekend against the Tampa Bay Inferno with multiple dropped touchdown passes. This week the team make some adjustments that has prepared us for today’s game.
The game will begin at 5 pm at Tropical Park Stadium 7900 SW 40th Street, Miami, FL 33155.