OCSC fans plan rainbow tribute for Saturday's match


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If you're planning to head to Saturday's OCSC tribute match versus San Jose Earthquakes at Camping World Stadium (still feels weird to call it that), put away your purple for just one game, unless you're sitting in the Supporters section, section 125, or sections P18-P25.

Fans are banding together to "paint" the inside of the stadium in rainbow colors with each section wearing a different colored shirt.

Orlando City Soccer Club has also planned several special events before, during and after the match to pay memorialize the tragedy and its victims.

Here's the statement from the event's Facebook group.

"This is our time to step up, as Orlando Residents, as City Supporters, and as Brothers and Sisters, to show the WORLD that we are #OrlandoUnited. Let's #FillTheBowl one last time to give our city, and those whose lives were tragically cut short on Saturday morning a 70,000 person rainbow bowl tribute.

Tickets can be found here: http://goo.gl/cY7tqX

Shirt Color by Section: https://goo.gl/dCYrS3

Sections : 127-134
Sections : P26-P34
Sections : 227-234

Sections : 135-143
Sections : P35-P43
Sections : 235-241

Sections : 144-150
Sections : P51-P52

Sections : 101-108
Sections : P1-P8
Sections : 201-208

Sections : 109-117
Sections : P9-P17
Sections : 209-215

Sections : Supporters and 125
Sections : P18-P25"


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