In their first year in the National Premier Soccer League, the Greater Binghamton Futbol Club was in the Midwest Conference. This made road trips lengthy, as the team had to travel as far away as Detroit.
But in their sophomore campaign, the league has been realigned and GBFC finds themselves in the Northeast/Keystone Conference which means their longest road trip is only three hours away.
Team Captain Chris Riley talks about the positive effect less travel will have on the team.
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