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Season Begins for Asteras Tripolis New York

September 2, 2022

ATHENS – With a primary goal of establishing themselves in the Premier Division of the LISFL (Long Island Soccer Football League), Asteras Tripolis New York will do what it takes to be competitive as possible in their first ever appearance in the upper division of New York’s amateur soccer league.

In this context, the beloved team of the ‘Arcadians’ has already began preparing for the new 2022-2023 season, where it is scheduled to play Sunday, September 11.

From day one most of last year’s contributors of the team’s successful course have been dedicated to preseason training. They have renewed their partnership with old team mates, along with the new acquisitions that are expected to create a very strong team ahead of the new challenging year.

Among the opponents that will be in Asteras’ path, will be the historic Olympiacos New York, and the holder of the trophy in the Premier Division, Leros FC, with Greek flavored matches which no one should miss.

For the third year in a row the team’s head coach, Danny Diliberti, will continue to guide and set the bar even higher. The management of Asteras Tripolis New York for one more year entrusts its fortunes to the experienced coach, knowing first hand how methodically and with what plan he will prepare the team to accomplish the mission assigned to him. Believing in the saying “a good beginning makes for a good ending,” the two ‘friendly matches’ that Asteras has given so far have been highly encouraging for the people who run the team and who are very optimistic of the potential their players may display.

Both the victories, over New Legacy (a team from the Cosmopolitan League in an emphatic 5-1 triumph, and 2-1 over Olympiakos New York, as well as the overall performance of the soccer players created a very optimistic atmosphere in the ‘Arkades’ camp, so they and their fans can expect a lot.

To follow the latest developments of Asteras Tripolis New York, visit Instagram: asterastripolisny

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