TAMPA- The University of South Florida played host to Bolton Wanderers on Wednesday, as the team begins preparation for their upcoming season.
To view a photo album of the practice, click HERE.
The club used the old USF Soccer stadium to have a team practice Wednesday morning and will also use the Bulls’ facilities throughout the week in preparation of their match against FC Tampa Bay on Thursday night.
The Wanderers, of the English Premier League, are in the States for training camp before their upcoming season and take on FC Tampa Bay Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at Al Lang Stadium. Fans can catch the action by purchasing tickets at the team’s website.
Bolton was founded in 1874 and are managed by Owen Coyle, who joined the club in 2010. The Wanderers also have one American on the roster in talented midfielder Stuart Holden.
GoUSFBulls.com caught up with USF head coach George Kiefer to talk about Bolton and what it means to his program to host a team of Bolton’s caliber in the USF facilities.