The United Soccer League reaffirmed its intent to play the 2020 League Two season, which involves FC Bascome Bermuda.
Following the lead of both the Championship and League One, League Two has delayed the start of its new season, following recent guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), restricting public gatherings of 50 or more people through Sunday May 10th.
FC Bacome Bermuda have a scheduled match May 9th at the National Sports Center against the Philadelphia Lone Star.
While the restricted public gatherings remains in place, a majority of League Two ownership groups have advised Vice President Joel Nash that they are willing to await further guidance from public health authorities with the hope of playing as much competitive soccer in 2020 as possible.
The season could, however, see an altered format, with the potential for some clubs – or potentially full divisions – electing to forgo competition for this year to focus on returning strongly for the 2021 season.