Mud Island Park (Capacity 22,000)

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Navy 7 Ole Miss 30

Rebels Sink Navy.

Ole Miss halfback Brandon Bolden led the Rebels with two touchdowns and 128 yards over Navy in Annapolis on Saturday afternoon. Cornerback Jeremy McGee was another hero for the Rebs with two interceptions, one of which he returned 39 yards for a touchdown.

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Memphis Rogues 2 - 0 Montreal Impact (League Match)

Rogues Celebrate Season Start With Win.

The Rogues and Impact come out of the Tunnel onto the pitch.
The Montreal Impact came to Mud Island Park to kick off the 2010-2011 NASL season, they went away with a tough loss. Montreal had many chances, with more shots than Memphis, but the Rogues converted on two opportunites for the difference. Nineteen minutes into the first half Rogue foward Sneed scored on a perfectly recieved breakaway pass.

The game see-sawed back and forth with Montreal several times pushing into the Memphis box. One shot even bounced off the post. The Rogues dodged trouble then very late in the second half O'Brian put away the insurance goal. It was a specatular sissor volley that rocketed into the left upper corner of the net.

Sunday, January 23, 2011

River Plate 0 - 1 Memphis Rogues (Preseason Friendly Match)

Rogues Kick Off South American Trip With Win.
Tommy O'Brien watches his shot go into goal at River Plate.

El Monumental the historic stadium in Buenos Aires was the settling for the first 'friendly' match of the Rogues trip to South America. In front of over 60,000 spectators Memphis came away with a closely fought victory.

River Plate did not have all its starters dressed out for the game, but regardless it was a good tuneup match for both clubs.

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Atlanta Athletic Club


Away Kit.

AAC Home Kit.

This current franchise is the second try in Atlanta by the NASL after the Apollo's folded. Atlanta went by the nickname of the Cheifs. They shared the same ownership and stadium with the Atlanta Braves an American baseball franchise. Upon being sold Atlanta went with a new logo and name, as well as moving out to a small stadium at Kennasaw State University.

The University and John Netjam the owner of Atlanta Athletic Club split the cost of construction of the Stadium. Of note is the National Park with Kennasaw Mountain looming out beyond the stands, truely one of the most majestic settings in the NASL.

The AAC main sponser is ABM industries, a large corporation that provides Janitorial & Security Services across North America.

Kennasaw Mountain Field. Capacity 22000