2024 Season

Match Preview Presented by Lexus: St. Louis City SC vs. Austin FC | April 14, 2024


Austin FC is back on the road this weekend as the Verde & Black take on St. Louis City SC on Sunday afternoon. The match will kick off at 3:30 p.m. CT at CITYPARK.


Fans can watch the match for free in English or Spanish in over 100 countries on Apple TV. The match will also feature a live national television broadcast in the U.S. on FOX and FOX Deportes.

  • Stream: Click here to watch the match, or access it through any device compatible with the Apple TV app.
  • Broadcast: Tune to FOX (English) or FOX Deportes (Spanish).
  • Radio: The match will be broadcast live locally in English on iHeart Radio’s Alt 97.5, and in Spanish on Univision’s TUDN Radio Austin (104.3-HD2, KLQB-FM).

Austin FC Outlook

Austin FC had a massive 4-3 comeback win against San Jose Earthquakes last time out, securing the team’s second consecutive home victory.

Austin FC captain Sebastián Driussi scored the latest goal in Club history in the 101st minute. Earlier in the match, the Verde & Black overcame a two-goal deficit thanks to three goals in five minutes by Driussi, Jáder Obrian, and Guilherme Biro. The goal-scoring spree was the fastest Austin has scored three consecutive goals in Club history.

Earlier last month, Austin FC and St. Louis met at Q2 Stadium leading to an intense 2-2 draw. Defenders Matt Hedges and Julio Cascante scored in the match, and Brad Stuver made five saves.

The Verde & Black look to continue to build momentum this Sunday as they search for their first road win of the season to take them further up the table.

St. Louis City SC Outlook

St. Louis City SC remains unbeaten at home thus far this season, most recently recording a 0-0 draw at CITYPARK last weekend against FC Dallas. The team has drawn five of its seven total matches, including four of its last five, and its only win of the season was against NYCFC back in early March.

Goalkeeper Roman Bürki was kept busy during the Dallas match, making four saves. Celio Pompeu is the team’s leader in goal contributions with two goals and one assist. The Brazilian winger netted a late equalizer for St. Louis in the match at Q2 Stadium last month.

Last season, away teams had a tough time earning points at CITYPARK. St. Louis’ 35 points from home matches were the second most of any team in the Western Conference, though they did fall in both their regular season finale and first round playoff match at home to end the campaign.