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Narrow lost to Hawks

In their fourth week of WPL action, Capital City FC faced the Aegean Hawks, a match that is always anticipated. The Hawks boast an impressive record, with several WPL Cup wins and U.S amateur titles. A most notable moment when these two teams faced off in a tightly contested match for the title in 2015, […]

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City Clenches First Fall Win

The W’s have been hard to come by for this team that is in a transitional period and still struggling to field the right combination of young talent with the wise veterans. With goal-keeper Jeremy Cooper unaccounted for in the past two matches, City has had to step up the defensive organization to maintain a […]

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City Sparingly Draws The Defending Champs

It was an ideal night for football, and Capital City showed up in numbers to face the defending champs Fado Irish Pub Conquistadors. Returning to the scene was Benjamin Denhez, who suffered an injury against this exact team two seasons prior. Also coming back anew was Evan Chaté, kendall Herring and Jake Elsey. Fado is […]

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Is it a comeback?

Unable to secure a playoff spot in the Fall of 2016, City revamped the team with lethal newcomers Elvis Amoh and Pierre Corneil, in hopes of capturing another Helge Boes Cup (won in 2015). The season started with a dreadful loss to Dulles Sportsplex Aegean HawksFC (2-0). This set in motion a downward spiral, City […]

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Venti Gives City Hope

you really just don’t matter If you’ve been following the tables, it dons on you pretty quickly that Capital City doesn’t appear in the top four positions. In the WPL if you aren’t in the top 4, well then you really just don’t matter. Harsh, but tis the truth when competing for the Cup. With […]

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