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STREETS ANNOUNCE SCHEDULE CHANGES

05/09/2019 12:43 PM -

The expansion New York Streets of the National ArenaLeague (NAL) announced today that the team’s next home game against the Massachusetts Pirates will be played Monday, May 27 at 3:00 p.m. EDT at the historic Westchester County Center in White Plains, N.Y. The May 27 game will mark the team’s second home game and was rescheduled from a previously announced date.
 

Below is the 2019 New York Streets remaining home schedule. Games are played at the Westchester County Center in White Plains, N.Y.

Monday, May 27
Massachusetts Pirates at New York Streets
3:00pm
MSG
Saturday, June 8
Carolina Cobras at New York Streets
3:00pm
MSG
Saturday, June 15
Columbus Lions at New York Streets
7:00pm
MSG
Saturday, June 29
Jacksonville Sharks at New York Streets
7:00pm
MSG
Friday, July 5
Massachusetts Pirates at New York Streets
7:00pm
MSG
Sunday, July 21
Carolina Cobras at New York Streets
7:00pm
MSG
 

The Streets started the season with two straight wins, 52-41 over the Jacksonville Sharks on April 13, followed by a convincing victory over the Orlando Predators, 70-31, in the home opener on April 20. After a bye week, the Streets suffered the franchise’s first loss, 48-33, to the defending NAL champions, the Carolina Cobras.

 

Head coach Rick Marsilio leads a team stocked with talent including, on the offensive side, QB E.J. Nemeth (Sacred Heart), WR Rob Jones (Delaware), WR Edgar Allen Poe, Jr. (Army) and WR Devante Jenkins (Southern Connecticut State). Defensively, the Streets are anchored by a trio of linemen from the SEC, Herbert Moore (Ole Miss), Isaac Gross (Ole Miss) andBrandon Ivory (Alabama) along with standout LB Devan Stringer (Appalachian State).

 

The Streets are owned by Brooklyn native and New Rochelle resident Corey Galloway, whose company, Legacy Growth Partners, is a driving force in strategic business development and direct investment. Galloway and his wife, Tamara, who serves as the franchise’s Chief Revenue Officer, are the first and only African American owners of a professional football franchise in New York.

 

Visit nystreetsfootball.com fo r the latest news including the full season schedule, player signings, merchandise, and promotions as well as details on how you can order season tickets, purchase individual tickets or book your group to come out and see the Streets in action. Tickets are also available on Ticketmaster.com.

 

ABOUT THE NATIONAL ARENA LEAGUE (NAL): The National Arena League was founded in 2016 and hosted its inaugural season in 2017 as the premier league in arena football. The NAL kicked off its second season in April 2018 with an expansion of three teams - the Maine Mammoths, Massachusetts Pirates, and the Carolina Cobras. The 2019 NAL season began the weekend of April 12-13. For more information about the NAL visit www.nationalarenaleague.com.