USF men’s soccer has released its schedule for the upcoming season, featuring 10 matches plus an additional preseason exhibition meeting against FIU on Jan. 30.
The first match of the regular season for the Bulls is scheduled for Feb. 6 when they take on the Temple Owls at 7 p.m.
Each of the 10 regular-season games are home-and-home meetings against AAC opponents. Coach Bob Butehorn said the format has advantages.
“We’re looking forward to the interconference double-round-robin format as it will resemble more of a league table,” Butehorn said. “The opportunity to have a proper week of preparation for opponents should make for some exciting and entertaining games this spring.”
The five home-and-home meetings include matches against Temple, SMU, UCF, Tulsa and Memphis.
The AAC semifinals are scheduled for April 15, and the AAC championship is set for April 17.
Every home match for the Bulls will be streamed on ESPN+, and fan attendance procedures for home meetings will be announced at a later date.
The full schedule can be found here.
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