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Bohemians Head To Loyola University
Ridley Athletic Complex will be club's new home

Batimore Bohemians News Release -- www.baltimorebohemians.com

Monday, January 28, 2013

BALTIMORE -- The Baltimore Bohemians announced today that the club will be moving to Loyola University's Ridley Athletic Complex for the 2013 season.

Situated on Cold Spring Lane in Baltimore City, Ridley Athletic Complex opened in 2010 and features a 6,000-seat grandstand, video scoreboard, press and VIP boxes and top-notch locker rooms and training facilities.

The Bohs' head coach Steve Nichols is an alumnus of Loyola, having featured for the Greyhounds' squad and winning All-MAAC Team honors two years in a row during his time at the school.

The Bohemians will play a 14-game league schedule, with all seven home games of Premier Development League competition taking place at Loyola. All 10 teams from the Mid-Atlantic Division are returning for the 2013 season, with the exception of Brooklyn Knights. The Knights' spot is being taken over by another New York City-based team, the F.A. Euro - New York Magic.

The team finished their 2012 campaign with a 5-7-4 record, coming in sixth place in their division. Two members of the 2012 squad went on to sign sign pro contracts - Christian Barreiro with the Puerto Rico Islanders and London Woodberry, who has signed with his childhood club, MLS side FC Dallas.

Sale dates for 2013 season tickets will be announced at a later date.

For more information, please contact the Bohemians' Director of Marketing & Media Relations Joe Tirabassi at 410.322.0862 or joe@baltimorebohemians.com.

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