Fabio gets another hat-trick as Real finishes season strong and routes Berenice by six

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo F.C. finished the 2011 season strong and managed to get a 6-2 road victory over Berenice Reserves at the Beach Chalet on Sunday. Real relied on a hat-trick by captain Fabio Marques and two goals by Omar Martinez. Leandro got another one and finished the season as Real's top striker with 17 goals.

Melchester Rovers defeat Real again this season 3-2 with goal in the last minute

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo let the Melchester Rovers score in the last minute for a 3-2 win this past Sunday at the Beach Chalet field. The Irish club got its second ever win against the tricolores whose record is still 4-2-0 against them.

Real's next match is against Berenice Reserves on Sunday at the Beach Chalet and Real's focus is to finish the season strong and thinking ahead at the next season.

New season, same story. Real let SF City FC get an easy win and say goodbye to promotion

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo said goodbye to the chances of finishing top two this season with a 1-3 loss to SF City FC this past Sunday at the Crocker Amazon field. The outstanding goal by Fabio Marques in the second half, celebrated with his newly born baby Rafael and grandparents at the side of the pitch, was not enough to get the team back in the game for a tie or win.

Leandro's lone goal was not enough to hold off SF Vikings

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo failed to get 3 more points against SF Vikings this past Sunday at the Beach Chalet and fell by 1-2. It was the second loss to a team who was used to lose to the Tricolores, but got renovated with good, talented players and an experienced coach this 2011 season.

Real Sao Paulo shows character and finds a way to get job done versus SF Celtics

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo F.C. let SF Celtics tie the game heading into the second half of the match this past Sunday at the Polo Fields. But like often times this season, the Tricolores simply found a way to win with a goal by captain Fabio Marques and great defensive skills by Matt and Scott.

Unrecognizable Real falls 3-0 against Martin Macks

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo once again played another apathetic game against Martin Macks and let the chance to fight for the top positions slip among their fingers. Macks got a 3-0 win this past Sunday at the Crocker Amazon field and now moves ahead in the table with few games left in the 2011 season.

Gustavo assists his brother Leandro in his debut for Real sealing 2-1 victory against MC

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo F.C. successfully bounced back from a first half disadvantage and managed to get a 2-1 road victory over Mission Critical at the Crocker Amazon #3 on Sunday. Real relied on two goals by Leandro Monteiro, including one of them at the last minute assisted by his own brother, Gustavo Monteiro, debuting for the Tricolores.

Real Sao Paulo settle for a 1-1 draw against Knights and remain on top three

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo allowed a goal after halftime to give Knights F.C. a 1-1 draw at Crocker Amazon #3 on Sunday. Knights goal canceled out Leandro Monteiro's first-half opener to hand each side a point in a match filled with chances at both ends. The draw extended Real's unbeaten run to four games and put an end on Knights's six wins streak.

Saulo's corner kick olympic goal lifts Real over Bosnjaci again this season

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- On a hot, Bay Area afternoon, Real Sao Paulo extended their unbeaten streak to three games after defeating Bosnjaci, 1-0, for the second time this season on a first-half goal from Saulo Pereira on Sunday at the Crocker Amazon #3 field. Murillo Coutinho also stepped up as the backup goalkeeper, stopping two shots in the process.

Punchless Kezar FC unable to break down stingy and attacking Real's defense

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Leandro Monteiro continued his torrid scoring pace on Sunday, scoring his league-leading eleventh goal of the season as the Real Sao Paulo FC beat Kezar FC 1-0 at the renovated Polo Fields. In what was the first game of the second round, Real piled up their second consecutive victory getting back to the top three of the table.

Real Sao Paulo stars on fire as the Tricolores ease past Berenice Reserves by 5-1

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- The Tricolores’s big three finally cranked up the offense on Sunday as Fabio Marques, Leandro Monteiro and Amine Abalil all found the back of the net in a 5-1 rout of Berenice Reserves at the Crocker Amazon #3 field. New comer Nedjo Mijatovic also got on the scoreboard on his second game of the season to complete the win.

After four consecutive wins in the past years, Real handed first loss ever to Rovers

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo played one of their worse games in the past years and let Melchester Rovers capitalize on a 5-2 win this past Sunday at the Silver Terrace field. Rovers opened a 3-0 lead in the first half and Real showed some spark and managed to tie the second half 2-2, but it was not enough to come back.

Real let SF City FC come back on second half with three goals in the last 10 minutes

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo had a chance to get important 3 points this past Sunday at the Crocker Amazon #3 Field, but instead handed SF City FC a 3-2 victory. The late 3 goals capped a second-half SF City FC comeback after Fabio Marques and Amine Abalil had given the Tricolores a 2-0 lead. 

Lack of defense attention and poor attack accuracy compound Real's misery in first loss of the season

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo had a chance to increase the league lead but defenders lacking attention and attackers missing accuracy did not manage to assist the team as SF Vikings sunk the Tricolores 3-0 on the strength of two goals in 5 minutes during the second half at Silver Terrace field this past Sunday.

Real defense steps up and attack beats SF Celtic Reserves en route to 2-0 win

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- A 2-0 final score in favor of the Tricolores over SF Celtic Reserves on Sunday at the Silver Terrace field wouldn’t, on the face of it, seem to come down to a game of inches. But that was the case until the end of the first half when Fabio Marques took a strong shot and Amine Abalil was well positioned to score the first goal.

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