In an exciting back-and-forth final, Chiriaco FC defeated Andrea FC 2-1, standing out among the ten participating teams that totaled 200 players in the competition.
Each match in the Verizon Copa Alianza drew the attention of a crowd of 28,236 fans who gathered over two days of intense activity at the iconic complex for the Alianza de Futbol tour. Despite the storm caused by Hurricane Hilary, the atmosphere was charged with emotion.
Chiriaco FC's path to the title in Los Angeles began in Group B, where they claimed the top spot with seven points in three matches. Then, in the semifinals, they secured a commanding 4-0 victory over Desert FC, ultimately defeating Andrea FC in the final to emerge as champions.
Along with the title, Chiriaco FC received a cash prize of five thousand dollars, and their name was inscribed in the history of Alianza as one of the many winners in the circuit. With this triumph, another stage of Alianza in San Bernardino concluded, getting ready for the seventh date in San José, California.
This city boasts many adult amateur soccer players of Hispanic origin.