Austin FC II announced today the schedule for the team’s 2023 preseason, in preparation for the team’s inaugural season in MLS NEXT Pro. Players have been reporting to St. David’s Performance Center throughout January, and officially began preseason training on Monday, Jan. 23.

Austin FC II will play six (6) preseason matches and one (1) intrasquad scrimmage prior to the start of the 2023 MLS NEXT Pro season. The schedule will begin with matches against Alamo City SC on Saturday, Feb. 4 and Houston Dynamo 2 on Saturday, Feb. 11, both of which will take place at St. David’s Performance Center.

The team then travels to Florida for a match vs. Florida International University on Saturday, Feb. 18. After returning to Austin to face Houston Christian University on Sunday, Feb. 26, ATXFC II will play Rio Grande Valley FC Toros on the road on Saturday, March 4. Austin FC II’s final two preseason matches will be at St. David’s Performance Center: against Richland College on the weekend of Friday, March 10, and an intrasquad scrimmage on the weekend of Friday, March 17.

All Austin FC II 2023 preseason matches will be closed to the public.

Austin FC II 2023 Preseason Schedule
Saturday, Feb. 4
Alamo City SC
Austin, TX
Saturday, Feb. 11
Houston Dynamo 2
Austin, TX
Saturday, Feb. 18
Florida International University
Miami, FL
Sunday, Feb. 26
Houston Christian University
Austin, TX
Saturday, March 4
Rio Grande Valley FC Toros
Edinburg, TX
w/o Friday, March 10
Richland College
Austin, TX
w/o Friday, March 17
Intrasquad Scrimmage
Austin, TX


Austin FC II trains and operates alongside the Austin FC first team and academy teams out of St. David’s Performance Center. Further player signings will be announced throughout the coming months in addition to more details on the MLS NEXT Pro schedule and competition format.

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GK (1): Eric López

D (3): Anthony De Anda, Chris Pinkham, Cheick Touré

M (2): Bobosi Byaruhanga, Leo Torres

F (2): Emmanuel Johnson, David Rodríguez