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Four home openers announced
January 9th, 2011 9:03PM

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[WPS] Four Women's Professional Soccer teams announced their home openers for the first two weeks of the 2011 season.

The 2011 season will kick off with its first game on April 9 when the Atlanta Beat hosts the Boston Breakers at KSU Soccer Stadium.

The opening game of the 2011 television schedule on Fox Soccer Channel will see 2009 champion Sky Blue FC host Philadelphia Independence, last year’s runner-up.

Boston and Philadelphia (at its new home at Widener University) will open the next weekend.

The Washington Freedom, which was recently sold, has renamed itself magicTalk SC/Washington Freedom and wants to split games between Washington and South Florida.

The expansion Western New York Flash is slated to play at  Marina Auto Stadium in Rochester after playing in 2010 as a W-League team on the campus of Canisius College in Buffalo.

Saturday, April 9
Atlanta Beat vs. Boston Breakers, 7 pm

Sunday, April 10
Sky Blue FC vs. Philadelphia Independence, 6 pm (FSC)

Saturday, April 16
Philadelphia Independence vs. magicTalk SC/Washington Freedom, 7 pm
Atlanta Beat vs. Sky Blue FC, 7 pm

Sunday, April 17
Boston Breakers vs. Western New York Flash, 6 pm (FSC)



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