by Chris Ball

Loveland, OhioLoveland Magazine photographer Andrew Sichak was on the sideline for FC Cincinnati’s thrilling 4-3 win over the Philadelphia Union last Wednesday. He snapped some amazing photos of the squad as they improved to 12-3-3 (39 points) on the season after the win.

The game itself was one of the best of the year for FCC as it was a back and forth tilt with some amazing goals on both sides. For FCC Luca Orellano launched a 60-yard beauty that beat the Union keeper Oliver Semmle.

After the Union tied it up in stoppage time in the second half, Cincinnati’s Luciano Acosta came through like the all-star he is and took it upon himself to win it all for FCC.

Loveland Magazine photographer Andrew Sichak

After checking out the amazing videos of FC Cincinnati’s win, please take a look at the wonderful photographic work of Andrew Sichak and look out for much more from him in the future.

(All photos © 2024 Andrew Sichak/Loveland Magazine)

As of now, FC Cincinnati sits at 12-4-3 with 39 points and trail Inter Miami by just 2 points in the Eastern Conference. They face Dallas at Toyota Stadium in Texas on June 29 where they will look to bounce back from a 2-1 loss to New England this past Saturday.

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Christopher Ball is a longtime Loveland resident and an attorney. He graduated from Loveland High School in 2003 and was a member of the football team before going on to become a coach’s assistant at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. He has been following and rooting for the Reds and Bengals since the early 1990s and has been through the many ups and downs that fandom has wrought over the years.

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