clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Boston City FC set ambitious goals for 2017

Boston City FC want to make their second season a good one.

Kari Heistad/

One year after making their debut in the National Premier Soccer League, Boston City FC have set some pretty lofty goals.

Boston City, who finished second place in the Northeast Atlantic Conference, recently tweeted their New Year’s resolution. The list includes winning the league and becoming U.S. Open Cup giant-killers.

While the on-the-field stuff is great, fans will also be happy to read about what the club plans to do away from the pitch. BCFC has promised to make all attendees feel like they’re part of a family. They have also vowed to work with their supporters’ group, the Ironsides Crew, to make their home venue an intimidating one.

Boston City’s overall record was 10-5-2 in 2016, including a 5-3-0 mark at home. The team managed a nine-game unbeaten run en route to making the playoffs. Their highest attended game came on May 1, when 927 fans watched them face the New York Cosmos B.