San Antonio FC to participate in preseason tournament against MLS clubs
SAN ANTONIO – This time last season, San Antonio FC was in limbo awaiting word from the United Soccer League on when they would resume their season amidst the burgeoning COVID-19 pandemic. On Friday afternoon, the club announced that they would compete in a brand new, three-game preseason tournament that will include round-robin matches against MLS clubs from around the state of Texas. Collectively, the clubs have dubbed this tournament ‘La Copita.’After their preseason opener against North Texas SC this Saturday, San Antonio will begin play in the tournament with a home-and-home series against FC Dallas starting at Toyota Field on March 27. AdPRESEASON SCHEDULEDate Opponent Location March 20 vs. North Texas SC Toyota Field, San Antonio March 27 vs. FC Dallas* Toyota Field, San Antonio April 2 at FC Dallas* Frisco April 10 at Austin FC* Austin April 24 vs. Rio Grande Valley FC Toros Toyota Field, San Antonio* La Copita tournament gamesDue to ongoing health and safety protocols, all preseason matches will be closed to the public. Unlike last season, which featured a shortened, regionalized schedule, San Antonio FC will be part of the traditional Mountain Division for the 2021 campaign, alongside Austin Bold FC, El Paso Locomotive FC, New Mexico United, RGV FC, Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC and Real Monarchs.
Who is singing the National Anthem at the 2021 Super Bowl?
Sullivan and Church will join forces to sing the national anthem at the next months Super Bowl, where Grammy-winning singer H.E.R. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)TAMPA BAY, Fla. – Before the big game begins between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the nation will come together to sing the national anthem. According to an article from USA Today, country singer Eric Church and R&B singer-songwriter Jazmine Sullivan will perform the national anthem in a duet. Read also:This is the team America collectively believes will win the Super BowlAdWill this be lowest-attended Super Bowl ever? A sexy Alexa, Dan Levy’s M&M habit: Super Bowl ads to watch
As seen on SA Live - Monday, January 25, 2021
Plus, Jen jumps into the boxing ring for a fun workout, and we share the upcoming 2021 fashion trends for men and their best friends, dogs. Weigh in below and watch for the results on @SALiveKSAT today at 1 p.m. on @ksatnews ! — SA Live (@SALiveKSAT) January 25, 2021Food is an important factor in one’s overall health. The Look segment offers a glance ahead at men’s fashion trends for 2021. And it isn’t just the human’s that are looking ahead at this year’s fashion trends.
A look ahead at 2021
SAN ANTONIO – We want to help start 2021 on a positive note and give you things to get excited about. Here’s our look ahead at some fun events and big anniversaries happening this year. Pokemon fans should have something big look forward to this February. Depending on your threshold for thrills, this could definitely be something to look forward to. It’s a completely immersive adventure into the Star Wars world.
How to throw a safe sleepover party
Brittany Harry owner of Sleepover Envy is the one-stop shop for sleepovers, and she is working to make sure it is all done safely. Mike Osterhage gets to test out the Fortnite themed party tent in the video above. Sleepover Envy is a veteran-owned and family run company that specializes in creating amazing slumber party experiences for both girls and boys, and all age groups. They also create custom party favors, offer picnic setups, movie packages, ladies night packages and outdoor glamping experiences. They can coordinate their tents to match any color scheme, and they can also create custom themes.
Here are some ways to reorganize your finances without cutting everything out
2020 has brought many of us to a reckoning with our spending habits. But there are plenty of ways to reorganize our finances without cutting everything out of our lives. She says 2020 has made many of us fear the unknown, and how it could affect our bank accounts. 2020 caused many of our spending habits to change. But in order to make 2021 better, putting in a little work around the new year on your personal finances can make all the difference.
San Antonio welcomes first baby of New Year
Khario Williams is the first baby born in San Antonio in 2021San Antonio – Just before 1a.m. Cheryse Williams gave birth to her first child, Khario Williams at North Central Baptist Hospital making him the first baby born in San Antonio in 2021. For the 21st year in a row area hospitals worked together to surprise the new mother with a gift package. This year the New Year’s Baby gift package included multiple gift baskets, a $50 Target gift card, and an infant car seat. Congratulations Cheryse and welcome to San Antonio, Khario!
2021 spring break for Texas A&M students, staff shortened to just 1 day
BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION – Texas A&M University students will have a shorter spring break than usual in 2021, according to university officials. The spring break changes were announced via email to students and staff Thursday as the university reached its midpoint of the fall semester. “I want to thank and congratulate our staff, students, and faculty for their outstanding work in this very unusual year,” Fierke said in a statement. Spring break for students and staff will be Friday, March 19. To view the full academic calendar for the spring semester, visit the university’s website here.