FSA Freedom

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FSA Freedom
Floridasurge.jpg
Full name FSA Freedom
Nickname(s) Surge
Founded 2005
Stadium David Maus Toyota Complex
Ground Capacity 3,666
Chairman United States Joe Raymond
Manager Brazil Mauricio Ruiz
League Women's Premier Soccer League
2009 2nd, Sunshine Conference

FSA Freedom were an American women's soccer team based in Sanford, Florida from 2005 to 2011. They were a member of the Women's Premier Soccer League, at the second level of the United States soccer pyramid, and played in the Sunshine Conference. They played their home games at David Maus Toyota Complex in Sanford, located 22 miles north of downtown Orlando.

The team was founded in 2005 as the as Central Florida Strikers. In 2008 they became the Florida Surge, with the goal of offering a higher level of play for local and other soccer players.[1] They adopted the name FSA Freedom in 2010. The club's colors were white and Carolina blue.

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Current roster[edit]

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Year-by-year[edit]

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Year Division League Reg. Season Playoffs
2006 2 WPSL 2nd, Southern South Did not qualify
2007 2 WPSL 2nd, Southern South Did not qualify
2008 2 WPSL 3rd, Sunshine Did not qualify
2009 2 WPSL 2nd, Sunshine Did not qualify
2010 2 WPSL 1st, Sunshine Quarterfinals
2011 2 WPSL 7th, Sunshine Did not qualify

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Coaches[edit]

Kim Montgomery -present

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