SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- The Real Sao Paulo F.C. overcame several key absences to earn a crucial road win Sunday morning at the Silver Terrace field, defeating one of their 1st division rivals by 2-1. With the win, the tricolores passed the Irish team in the league table and is now in 2nd position behind SF City F.C with one game less than most of the teams below them.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo F.C. managed to come back from a 0-2 loss in the first half by scoring 3 goals in the last 10 minutes showing Mission Critical what the SFSFL 1st division is all about at the Silver Terrace field on Sunday. In addition to it being the Tricolores second win of the season, Real also moved into a league-leading position for goals scored with twelve.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- A late goal from Real Sao Paulo completed a wild comeback for the tricolores against recently promoted to 1st division Knights F.C. After opening a lead by two goals during the first half, Real let the opponents come back to a 3-2 deficit an then finally tied the game 3-3 at the Silver Terrace field on Sunday.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Another rainy weekend in San Francisco was not enough to prevent Real Sao Paulo F.C. from getting their first win of the season this time against SC Bosnjaci at the Silver Terrace field on Sunday. The win not only put the tricolores higher in the table but also marked the club as the first victory against the Bosnians in the last 3 years since Real got promoted to the SFSFL 1st division.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Torrential rain had soaked Northern California throughout the weekend and as such the clubs dealt with wet, chilly and windy conditions. Real Sao Paulo F.C. and 2010 2nd division winners Kezar F.C. traded first-half goals as the teams split points in a 2-2 draw at the Franklin Square field on Sunday opening the first round of the 2011 SFSFL 1st division league.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo F.C. played its last game of the 2010 season this past Sunday against SC Bosnajci at the Crocker Amazon #2. With three players suspended and other four of the starters unable to participate, Real had to bring most of the reserves to the pitch and the 4-4 tie actually ended up better than expected, considering Real played the whole game with 10 players.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Carlos Silva (Carlinhos) scored his first goal of the season in a PK to earn the visiting 10-man Real Sao Paulo FC a 1-1 draw with SFIAC in front of SFSFL president, board members and a small crowd at Crocker Amazon #1 on Tuesday night. The tie tasted like a win for a team that could not count with four of its usual starters, suspended or injured.
Worst referee ever ejects 3 RSP players, finishes the game 20 min earlier and hands SFIAC easy 2-0 win
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- It was probably the most important and most expected match for Real Sao Paulo F.C. this season as they were still battling for the top three positions this last Sunday at the Crocker Amazon #4. Nevertheless, the terrible referee selected by the league managed to ruin the players' dreams and frustrate a whole year of work by ejecting three Real players, finishing the match twenty minutes earlier and handing an easy 2-0 win to SFIAC.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo made history this past Sunday at Boxer Stadium with a 2-0 victory against (former) league leaders Club Marin Reserves. It was the first time the team played at the Premiere division stadium and the first time the tricolores beat Club Marin Reserves. It could not have been in a better situation and momentum as Real climbs the league table trying to reach the top in the last games of the season.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo benefited again from another forfeit last Sunday. This time Melchester Rovers coach did not show up with the CSAN player cards and the referees handed Real the win and 3 more points in the league table. Both teams actually played a scrimmage at Crocker Amazon #4. The exact result is unknown but players from both teams scored a lot of goals including Marc, Real's goalkeeper, who scored two.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo was once again harmed by bad referees in the SFSFL. After leading most of the game by two goals difference at Polo Fields #1 this past Sunday, the tricolores could only watch frustrated getting only one point as the assistant referee allowed an offside goal and the main referee called a free kick at the 18-yard line for SF Vikings in the last five minutes of the game.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- The tricolores are regaining their form, and they have Fabio Marques to thank. He scored two goals for Real Sao Paulo who withstood a lucky rally to emerge from Crocker Amazon #3 with a 3-2 victory this past Sunday. The win puts Real back on track to fight for the top positions of the league.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo benefited again from another forfeit last Sunday. This time South City FC had issues with the league fees and handed Real 3 more points in the league table. Both teams actually played a scrimmage at Crocker Amazon #3. The result was 6-2 for Real with goals by Mauro (2), Leandro, Fabio and Carioca (2).
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo benefited from SF Celtic Reserves forfeit and got an easy 1-0 win and three more points this last Sunday. These were actually well-celebrated news since coach Fabio and the players could enjoy the World Cup Final game (Spain vs. Holland) and prepare for the next match.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Real Sao Paulo FC lost their forth game of the season after SF City FC's controversial late goal gave the traditional bay area team a 1-0 victory at Polo Fields #1 on Sunday early morning. The goal happened right after the main referee reverted the correct throw-in indication of the assistant referee and did not call an offside and a foul inside the box, clearly favoring SF City.