Del Rey City SC

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Del Rey City SC
Del Rey City SC Shield.png
The club shield is Del Rey City's primary logo. The compass rose in the upper half of the logo is the club's secondary logo is the clubs secondary logo and fills the upper half of the shield. This logo is displayed with or without the club's hometown of Marina del Rey, California and the club's motto "A Posse Ad Esse" (From Possibility to Actuality).
Full name Del Rey City Soccer Club
Nickname(s) City, Gold, Citizens, Westside Citizens
Founded 2009
Ground Santa Monica High School
Santa Monica, CA
Ground Capacity 500
Owners Brian Perez
Jorge Rodriguez
Mark Miscavage
Head Coach Jorge Rodriguez
League National Premier Soccer League
Website [www.delreycity.com Club home page]
Current season

Del Rey City SC is an American professional soccer club based in Marina del Rey, California scheduled to begin play in the NPSL in 2014.[1] The club began as a single 7-a-side recreational team composed of FoxSoccer.com and FoxSports.com employees lead by current owner Brian Perez and headquartered in Marina del Rey, California. Perez began expanding the club "into a thriving network of local amateur squads" on Los Angeles' Westside giving names to club teams that would be recognizable to Marina del Rey residents: Del Rey City 90 (named for Highway 90, the Marina Freeway), Del Rey City Admiralty (named for Admiralty Way, one of the main streets in Marina del Rey), Del Rey City 1965 (the year the Marina del Rey harbor was dedicated) and Del Rey City Argonauts (named for the local newspaper The Argonaut).[2]

The DRCSC Compass Rose is one of two officially recognized Del Rey City Soccer Club logos and is secondary to the Del Rey City SC Shield of which the compass rose fills the upper half. This logo was designed to always display with the clubs hometown of Marina del Rey, California.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "DEL REY CITY SC JOINS THE NPSL - National Premier Soccer League". npsl.info. Retrieved 2014-01-12. 
  2. ^ "Moving the ball forward". argonautnews.com. Retrieved 2014-04-02. 

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