Boca Raton FC
|Full name||Boca Raton Football Club|
|Nickname(s)||Boca Raton FC, BRFC, the Pirates|
|Stadium||Atlantic Community High School|
|2017||Inaugural Season (NPSL)|
Boca Raton Football Club is an American amateur soccer club currently playing in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL). In 2015, which was their inaugural season, they were only defeated in one game and won the APSL championship and the APSL fall tournament.
In 2013, the club was given the rights to a National Premier Soccer League franchise for Palm Beach County, Florida. The initial plans for the team fell through at the last minute and the NPSL franchise was put on hiatus for two years.
APSL awarded Boca Raton a franchise and the Club was officially announced on January 20, 2015. On May 2, 2015, 2,130 fans at Boca Raton High School saw South Florida FC defeated 4-1.
Boca Raton went on a 9-game win streak to take both the 2015 APSL regular season title and championship.
Boca Raton FC began NPSL Sunshine Conference play in May 2017.
Where a player has not declared an international allegiance, nation is determined by place of birth. Squad correct as of May 17, 2018.
College players 2018 season
|Michael Stone||Amherst College||MA|
|Gabriel Diniz||Stetson University||FL|
|Filip Guhr||University of Pennsylvania||PA|
|Kevin Byrbe||Fairfield University||CT|
|Austin Lukasik||Vassar College||NY|
|Noah Graziano||Palm Beach State College||FL|
|Logan Klipfel||Lynn University||FL|
|Alec-Michale Petrizzi||University of Louisville||KY|
This list of current and former and present players includes those who received international caps while playing for the team, made significant contributions to the team in terms of appearances or goals while playing for the team, or who made significant contributions to the sport either before they played for the team, or after they left. It is clearly not yet complete and all inclusive, and additions and refinements will continue to be made over time.
Current coaching staff
|Head Coach||Jim Rooney|
Former head coaches
|Marcelo Castillo||CAN||2015- 2016 US Open Cup|
|Athirson Mazzoli e Oliveira||BR||2017|
|Year||Name||Division||League||Reg. Season||Playoffs||Avg. Attendance|
|2015||Spring Season||4||American Premier Soccer League||1st||Champions||860|
|2015||Fall Season||4||American Premier Soccer League||1st||Champions|
|2016||Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup||United States Soccer Federation||First Round|
|2016||Spring Season||4||American Premier Soccer League||3rd||Champions||720|
|2016||Fall Season||4||American Premier Soccer League||2nd||Champions|
|2017||Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup||United States Soccer Federation||First Round|
|2017||Spring Season||4||American Premier Soccer League||5th||Semifinals||680|
|2017||Sunshine Conference||4||National Premier Soccer League||6th||420|
|2018||Spring Season||4||American Premier Soccer League|
|2018||Sunshine Conference||4||National Premier Soccer League||5th||360|
- 2015 Regular Season Champion
- 2015 Season Champion
- 2015 Regular Fall Champion
- 2015 Fall Champion
- 2016 Season Champion
- 2016 Fall Season Champion
Boca Raton FC has its primary colors as Baby and Navy Blue. Their away uniform is all white.
- Home Colors: Baby and Navy Blue
- Away Colors: White
- Curreri, Gary (August 10, 2015). "Boca Raton FC wraps up inaugural American Premier Soccer League play with title". Sun-Sentinel. Retrieved 21 September 2016.
- "Boca Raton FC official roster". bocaratonfc.com. Boca Raton FC. Retrieved May 1, 2016.
- Boca Raton FC Wins First Game in Franchise History
- Boca Raton FC Defeats South Florida FC 4-1 in Inaugural APSL Game
- Boca Raton FC Breaks Attendance Record
- FC Shakhtar Donetsk To Face Boca Raton FC on Monday, January 25
- Boyz defeat Boca Raton FC 2-0 in training match
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