Lancaster Inferno Looks to Keep the Winning Streak Alive this Saturday, June 15

FREE Admission for Dads in Inferno’s Double Header

Lancaster, PA – Lancaster Inferno improved to 5-1-0 Sunday night as they beat the Patuxent Football Athletics 12-1 at Anne Arundel Community College’s Siegert Field in Arnold, MD. Read the match recap HERE.

They are set to take on Patuxent once again this Saturday, June 15 at 6 p.m. at Warwick High School’s Turf Stadium in Lititz, PA. Lancaster Inferno’s U23 team also faces the Baltimore Warriors at 3 p.m. prior to the first team game. More details on the double header can be found HERE.



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Patuxent FA has continued to struggle to find their groove so far this season, currently holding a 0-6-0 record. Previously, they lost to Christos FC, Northern Virginia FC, Lancaster Inferno and Virginia Marauders FC, as well as falling short to Eagle FC twice. Lancaster Inferno looks to continue their winning streak and advance to the USL W League playoffs which kick off in July.

On Saturday, all dads will be admitted free to celebrate Dadurday (the day before Father’s Day). Treat dad to some great USL W League competition and delicious food truck action! Additional information for this upcoming Inferno match, along with the rest of the 2024 season schedule, can be found HERE.

Article written by Emily Bucolo

About Lancaster Inferno

Founded in 2008, Lancaster Inferno fields a women’s pre-professional soccer team that competes in the USL W League. The First Team roster is composed of players who want to pursue their professional aspirations and features current/post college players and former professionals.

Committed to fostering a comprehensive player pathway from youth to pre-professional levels, Lancaster Inferno is the sole all-girls travel soccer club in Pennsylvania offering age-appropriate opportunities across various stages of development.

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About the USL W League

The USL W League is a leader in pre-professional soccer in North America, developing the next generation of women’s talent both on and off the field. The USL W League strives to use women’s soccer as a force for societal good by creating a national platform to increase opportunity, gender equity, and career development. The League and its member clubs are committed to investing in women’s soccer – through not only financial resources but also with time, energy, and attention – and are united in our mission to grow the women’s game. The USL W League’s mission is to enhance the women’s soccer pipeline between college and professional soccer. Learn more at

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