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GBFC has high expectations for 2014

After being bumped out of the playoffs sooner than they had hoped, the Greater Binghamton Football Club is ready to kick off their third season of NPSL play.  It's been a long offseason, but an exciting one.  The team now has a new nickname - GBFC Thunder.  The field has a new name - Visions Field.  And, Visions Field now has a press box and a party deck.

On the field, the Thunder return a lot of firepower, but also brought in a lot of top talent to compete for roster spots and playing time.  As they kick off the season on Saturday against the Clarkstown Eagles at home at 6:00, captain Chris Riley says it's National Championship or bust!

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