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New Mexico United announces theme nights, start times for 2023 home schedule

New Mexico United announced on Thursday that the start times for each of its 17 home matches will be 7 p.m. Of the 17, 14 will take place on weekend evenings.

This season’s promotional nights include Meow Wolf Night (July 22 vs Sacramento Republic FC), Pride on the Pitch (June 24 vs Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC), and Everyday Heroes Night ( Sept. 2 vs Charleston Battery), and new ones such as Fiesta de Nuevo Mexico (April 29 vs Orange County) and Indigenous Peoples Night (Sept. 30 vs Louisville City), the club said.

 

The full schedule of 2023 Theme Nights is below:

 

Home Opener – 4/15 vs San Diego Loyal

Fiesta de Nuevo Mexico – 4/29 vs Orange County SC

Family Night – 5/13 vs Monterey Bay

Devon Sandoval Night – 6/3 vs El Paso Locomotive FC

Juneteenth – 6/17 vs RGVFC

Pride on the Pitch – 6/24 vs Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC

Soccer Salutes Service – 7/8 vs Detroit City FC

Meow Wolf Night – 7/22 vs Sacramento Republic FC

Summer Block Party – 8/12 vs San Antonio FC

ASL Night – 8/23 vs Oakland Roots

Somos Unidos Foundation Night – 8/26 vs FC TUlsa

Everyday Heroes Night – 9/2 vs Charleston Battery

Hispanic Heritage Night – 9/15 vs Indy Eleven

Indigenous Peoples Night – 9/30 vs Louisville City

Blackout Night – 10/14 vs Memphis 901 FC

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