June 6, 2017: OKC Energy FC plays Phoenix Rising FC in a USL game at Taft Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

The loud rumblings of college football and the NBA often overshadow other sports in the state, but soccer is still kickin’ in OKC. At Taft Stadium, the players of the Oklahoma City Energy give meaning to their name with tireless athletic performances. This professional team was founded in 2013 and boasts two owners with Oklahoma roots.

“Energy FC is co-owned by Oklahoma businessmen Bob Funk Jr. and Tim McLaughlin,” says Josh Evans, the vice president of communications for Prodigal, which operates Energy FC. “Both are proud to call Oklahoma City home and are proud to help Energy FC improve the quality of life in OKC.”

Evans highlights the perks of the spectator experience and the importance of fan participations at games.

“At an Energy FC match, fans can be treated to amazing soccer by some of the best athletes in the world,” he says. “The best thing for fans to do is to be present at the matches and use your voice to support the club.”

The Energy plays at home on Aug. 2, 5 and 19. Visit energyfc.com for tickets and times.

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