Soccer fans excited as M&T Bank Stadium hosts Charm City Match

Soccer fans excited as M&T Bank Stadium hosts Charm City Match

M&T Bank Stadium, which is normally known for the Baltimore Ravens, will host a different type of football match Saturday as the Premier League is in town for the Charm City Match. Ever since losing on hosting a World Cup game, Baltimore has been looking to prove itself to the soccer community and Saturday could be it as the stadium hosts the match between Arsenal and Everton.It was last month when disappointed soccer fans in the region learned that FIFA passed on Baltimore as a host city for the 2026 World Cup, but now a chance at redemption. LINK: Charm City Match Gameday Events”Definitely a big deal because the World Cup, we didn’t get chosen as a city to host it, so having arsenal here hopefully brings opportunities for us and many other teams,” soccer fan Victor Jaimes said .Soccer fans are in town this weekend to watch the Premier League match at M&T Bank Stadium as Arsenal takes on Everton in what’s being called the Charm City Match.”These guys are great athletes overall, great at what they’re doing top of world -class athletes represent their country on many levels, so it’s great to be able to meet these type of players that you look up to,” soccer fan Abraham Navaro said. As far as which way Baltimore may be leaning, 11 News spoke with a number of Arsenal fans.”Such a big deal for me because all my life, I really love soccer, especially Arsenal. When I first started watching soccer, Arsenal we’re like the first time I ever watched there all the way in London, so being able to see them in person is really special,” socc Fan Fred Otieno said. The last time the Premier League was in Baltimore was 10 years ago, when Liverpool took on Tottenham, also at M&T Bank Stadium. It was a sold out event.This time around should prove to have the same results, as Baltimore continues to try and prove it’s a soccer town too.”Goals are rare. When you see a player score goal, it’s a really special moment that you really enjoy, it’s just a great sport for spectators to watch once you fully understand the game and the complexities of it,” soccer fan Vakhtang Kaishauri said. The match is scheduled to start at 7 pm Saturday tomorrow night.

M&T Bank Stadium, which is normally known for the Baltimore Ravens, will host a different type of football match Saturday as the Premier League is in town for the Charm City Match.

Ever since losing on hosting a World Cup game, Baltimore has been looking to provide itself to the soccer community and Saturday could be it as the stadium hosts the match between Arsenal and Everton.

It was last month when disappointed soccer fans in the region learned that FIFA passed on Baltimore as a host city for the 2026 World Cup, but now a chance at redemption.

| LINK: Charm City Match Gameday Events

“Definitely a big deal because the World Cup, we didn’t get chosen as a city to host it, so having arsenal here hopefully brings opportunities for us and many other teams,” soccer fan Victor Jaimes said.

Soccer fans are in town this weekend to watch the Premier League match at M&T Bank Stadium as Arsenal takes on Everton in what’s being called the Charm City Match.

“These guys are great athletes overall, great at what they’re doing top of world-class athletes represent their country on many levels, so it’s great to be able to meet these type of players that you look up to,” soccer fan Abraham Navaro said.

As far as which way Baltimore may be leaning, 11 News spoke with a number of Arsenal fans.

“Such a big deal for me because all my life, I really love soccer, especially Arsenal. When I first started watching soccer, Arsenal we’re like the first time I ever watched there all the way in London, so being able to see them in person is really special,” soccer fan Fred Otieno said.

The last time the Premier League was in Baltimore was 10 years ago, when Liverpool took on Tottenham, also at M&T Bank Stadium. It was a sold out event.

This time around should prove to have the same results, as Baltimore continues to try and prove it’s a soccer town too.

“Goals are rare. When you see a player score goal, it’s a really special moment that you really enjoy, it’s just a great sport for spectators to watch once you fully understand the game and the complexities of it,” soccer fan Vakhtang Kaishauri said .

The match is scheduled to start at 7 pm Saturday tomorrow night.

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