Puerto Rico Bayamón

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Puerto Rico Bayamón FC
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Full name Puerto Rico Bayamón Fútbol Club
Nickname(s) Vaqueros
Founded 1999
Ground Juan Ramón Loubriel Stadium
Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Ground Capacity 22,000
Chairman Alberto Santiago
Manager Francisco Arias
League National Premier Soccer League

Puerto Rico Bayamón F.C. is a soccer team based in Bayamón, Puerto Rico and founded in 1999. The team will play the National Premier Soccer League in 2015.[1] They play their home games at Juan Ramón Loubriel Stadium.

The club currently has 19 teams within the organization all major equipment including women, senior team development, youth of men and women. Presently, Bayamón FC has 637 registered players and thus are the biggest football club in Puerto Rico.


Bayamón FC played in the Puerto Rico Major League Soccer from 1999 to 2005.

Bayamón FC played in the first game of the 2009 Puerto Rico Soccer League season against defending champions Sevilla FC, in which Sevilla FC won 1:0. Bayamón then defeated Humacao Tornados 8-1 and Guaynabo Fluminense 4:1. Finishing second in the league table, BFC captured the playoff championship with a 3-2 aggregate victory over Atléticos de San Juan.

The team did not participate in the Puerto Rico Soccer League for the 2010 and 2011 seasons due to the league's instability. PRSL eventually folded after the 2011 Supercopa tournament.

International performance[edit]

In March 2010, Bayamón FC debuted in the Caribbean Football Union's 2010 CFU Club Championship, qualifier for the 2010–11 CONCACAF Champions League. The club, along Saint Vincent Motor Systems 3 of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, had already classified to the second round due to Elite SC's retirement and Defense Force's group change, playing two games to determine the group's winner. The first game was originally scheduled for 25 March 2010, but Systems 3's personnel only arrived partially, forcing the club to replace the date with an exhibition game against the Puerto Rico Islanders, dropping the game 0:1. On 27 March 2010, both teams began the series at Juan Ramón Loubriel Stadium, with Bayamón FC defeating Systems 3 by a score of 4:1. Both teams tied 2:2 in the second game, keeping the global score in favor of the local team, which clinched the group's first place.


Further information: [[Juan Ramon Loubriel Stadium]]


Players and staff[edit]

Current roster[edit]

As of September 18, 2014.[2]

No. Position Player Nation
1 Goalkeeper Torlacoff, MaximilianoMaximiliano Torlacoff      Italy
2 Midfielder Ramos, HosmanHosman Ramos      United States
4 Midfielder Carrillo, CarmeloCarmelo Carrillo      Puerto Rico
5 Defender Càlix, LuisLuis Càlix      Honduras
6 Defender Rivera, AlexisAlexis Rivera      Puerto Rico
8 Defender Estrada, StevenSteven Estrada      Puerto Rico
9 Midfielder Betancourt, ÁlvaroÁlvaro Betancourt      Puerto Rico
10 Midfielder Pérez, AndrésAndrés Pérez      Puerto Rico
11 Forward Liñán, AlbertoAlberto Liñán      Spain
12 Goalkeeper Krul, AndréAndré Krul      Netherlands
13 Forward Matos, EloyEloy Matos      Puerto Rico
14 Defender Norkus, CalebCaleb Norkus      United States
15 Defender Arce, DanielDaniel Arce      Costa Rica
16 Midfielder Augustin, WalsonWalson Augustin      Haiti
17 Defender Canès, Jean-CharlesJean-Charles Canès      Haiti
18 Midfielder Phillip, SaúlSaúl Phillip      Costa Rica
19 Midfielder Guillén, JoséJosé Guillén      Mexico
20 Goalkeeper Ibarra, JaimeJaime Ibarra      United States
21 Midfielder Soto, SamuelSamuel Soto      Puerto Rico
22 Midfielder Pagan, JasonJason Pagan      Cuba
25 Defender Rodríguez, MichaelMichael Rodríguez      Costa Rica
26 Defender Rosario, CarlosCarlos Rosario      Puerto Rico
27 Midfielder Granado, YoximarYoximar Granado      Colombia
28 Defender Walker, NickNick Walker      Trinidad and Tobago
30 Goalkeeper Arroyo, José GabrielJosé Gabriel Arroyo      Puerto Rico

Current technical staff[edit]

  • Puerto Rico Alberto R. Santiago
Vice President
  • Puerto Rico Carlos Vázquez
Club Treasurer
  • Puerto Rico Félix Román
Club Secretary
  • Puerto Rico Homero González


Puerto Rico Soccer League

  • Champions: 1999

Liga Nacional de Fútbol de Puerto Rico

  • Champions: 2012

CFU Club Championship

  • Champions: 2010, 2014


  1. ^ "NPSL Comes To Puerto Rico". NPSL. 21 January 2014. 
  2. ^ Soccerway.com

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