|Full name||Cal Football Club|
|Head Coach||Nick Webster|
|League||La Gran Liga de Oxnard
USASA Region IV
|Website||Club home page|
Cal Football Club is an American soccer club based in Thousand Oaks, California. The club was founded in 2010 and competes in La Gran Liga de Oxnard, a fifth-tier United States Adult Soccer Association affiliated league in Oxnard, California. The team is coached by former U.S. national team player and current Fox Soccer analyst, Eric Wynalda alongside his former co-host of Fox Football Fone-In, Nick Webster. The team is owned by Eric Wynalda, Michael Friedman and Luis Carmona.
The team received attention in the 2012 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, when the club upset USL Pro side Wilmington Hammerheads 4-0 and Major League Soccer side Portland Timbers 1-0 before losing to Seattle Sounders FC 5-0 in the fourth round of the tournament.
Cal FC became the second amateur team to beat an MLS club without needing penalty kicks, as well as the first from the USASA to do so (Dallas Roma F.C. had previously defeated Chivas USA in the 2006 tournament via penalty kicks)
From news report and mentions during web broadcast of match at Portland Timbers. Where a player has not declared an international allegiance, nation is determined by place of birth.
|—||Midfielder||Barrera, DiegoDiego Barrera||Colombia|
|—||Forward||Aghasyan, ArturArtur Aghasyan||Armenia|
|—||Midfielder||Arreola, EderEder Arreola||United States|
|—||Midfielder||Rivera, CesarCesar Rivera||United States|
|—||Midfielder||Gonzalez, JesusJesus Gonzalez||United States|
|—||Defender||Espinosa, HectorHector Espinosa||United States|
|—||Forward||Rocha, MichaelMichael Rocha||United States|
|—||Goalkeeper||King, JordanJordan King||United States|
|—||Goalkeeper||Railla, MattMatt Railla||United States|
|—||Defender||Werring, KaiKai Werring||United States|