May 10, 2014
The lone goal for Detroit City FC was scored by Zach Meyers.
Detroit City FC kicked off their third regular season in club history in good form, defeating the Cincinnati Saints in front of a then record regular season crowd of 2,147 at Cass Tech High School.
May 16, 2014
The goals for Detroit City FC were scored by Zach Meyers (3), and Will Mellors-Blair.
Detroit City FC would once again win in front of the home supporters at Cass Tech High School, scoring early and often with the opening two goals from Le Rouge coming in the 22nd and 24th minute.
May 23, 2014
The lone goal for Detroit City FC was scored by Josh Rogers.
Another stout defensive performance, another three points for Le Rouge! Detroit City FC scored the winner via a penalty kick, this was the first sold-out match in club history with 3,112 on hand.
May 30, 2014
The goals for Detroit City FC were scored by Will Mellors-Blair (2), Zach Meyers (4), and Michael Lamb.
Le Rouge’s first match on the road in 2014 was nothing short of entertaining. Detroit City FC was up 2-0 after just 15′ but saw their lead evaporate with a quick-fire double from Cincinnati with goals in the second half. Then, playing the role of hero, Micheal Lamb scored the match-winner off of a corner in stoppage time to bring all three points home to Detroit.
June 1, 2014
The goals for Detroit City FC were scored by Cyrus Saydee, and Will Mellors-Blair (3).
Le Rouge dropped points for the first time in 2014, on the road to the Indiana Fire in a match which saw four-goals in the first half, two for each side. This 2-2 scoreline would hold throughout the second half, ensuring shared points.
June 6, 2014
The goals for Detroit City FC were scored by Shawn Claud-Lawson, and Josh Rogers (2).
Le Rouge was on the hunt for revenge against the Erie Admirals, the team that ended their 2013 playoff run, but would have to settle for a 2-2 draw after an 89th minute equalizer from the visitors.
June 15, 2014
The goals for Detroit City FC were scored by Latif Alashe, Will Mellors-Blair (4), Tyler Arnone, and TJ Van Slooten.
Detroit City FC picked up their most convincing away win of the season, travelling home from Cleveland with all three points thanks to an impressive goal-scoring display.
June 20, 2014
After handing Le Rouge their first draw of the season just a few weeks prior, the Indiana Fire would once again trip Le Rouge up, handing them their first loss of 2014 in a dominating display.
June 29, 2014
The goals for Detroit City FC were scored by Jeff Adkins (2), Cyrus Saydee (2), and Shawn Claud-Lawson (2).
Detroit City FC would come out and exact immediate revenge against the Indiana Fire, dominating the match from start to finish spearheaded by two wonderful goals from Jeff Adkins.
July 4, 2014
The lone goal for Detroit City FC was scored by Josh Rogers (3).
In an Independence Day match that kicked off in Dearborn at 10:00 PM, Le Rouge fell by 2-1 to the Michigan Stars in a crazy match which had everything.
July 6, 2014
The goals for Detroit City FC were scored by Jeff Adkins (3), and Will Mellors-Blair (5).
Similarly to the last time they lost, Detroit City FC bounced back with a dominating win, this time over the Cincinnati Saints with Jeff Adkins scoring the opening goal in the ninth minute of play.
July 9, 2014
The lone goal for Detroit City FC was scored by Danny Dragoi.
A tough loss on the road to FC Buffalo was brightened by the fact that Le Rouge was able to claim its second consecutive Rust Belt Derby title, an honor given to the team with the highest point total in head-to-head matches between AFC Cleveland, FC Buffalo, and Detroit City FC.
July 11, 2014
The goals for Detroit City FC were scored by Latif Alashe (2), Shawn Claud-Lawson (3), and TJ Van Slooten (2).
An inspired second half from Detroit City FC was enough to overcome a 1-0 deficit after the visitors scored in the first half. Their lead would remain until Latif Alashe’s equalizer in the 56th minute. This win set up a must-win match in Lansing to secure a spot in the playoffs.
July 13, 2014
The goals for Detroit City FC were scored by Josh Rogers (4), and Lachlan Savage.
In a match billed to be a must-win for Le Rouge to secure a playoff spot, they would have to settle for a draw at DeMartin Field on the campus of Michigan State University, meaning no playoff run for Le Rouge in 2014.
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