In Major League Soccer’s return to play, what has been missing the most has been the fans — the heartbeat, and soundtrack of the 90 minutes plus of theater every match.
And while fans have been able to return to stadiums, albeit in a limited capacity in certain venues, their participation is vital.
One of the time-honored traditions supporters bring to MLS matches, certainly the bigger ones, is the Tifo and Orlando City SC fans brought that for the club’s first-ever Audi MLS Cup Playoff game on Saturday at Exploria Stadium.
A Tifo honoring the key figures of the Lions rebuild — Executive Vice President of Soccer Operations Luiz Muzzi, head coach Oscar Pareja and Designated Player Nani — was unveiled by the Wall before the Round One match.
Tifo time! This one highlights Muzzi, Pareja and Nani with a nod to “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly” pic.twitter.com/2pQFANn8uc— Julia Poe (@byjuliapoe) November 21, 2020