|Full name||Georgia Revolution FC|
|Stadium||N. Mt. Carmel Soccer Park
|General Manager||Eric Morrison|
|Head Coach||Chris Mahaffey|
|League||National Premier Soccer League|
|Website||Club home page|
Georgia Revolution FC is an American soccer team based in Conyers, Georgia, United States. The team is a member of the South Atlantic Conference of the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL), the fourth tier of the American soccer pyramid.
The Georgia Revolution FC were founded in 2010 to begin play in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL), the fourth tier of the American soccer pyramid, roughly equal to the USL Premier Development League (PDL). The team was created to serve as the top level of the Rockdale Youth Soccer Association. The Revolution defeated Jacksonville United 2-1 in its first game on May 13, 2011.
In 2015 the team participated in the NPSL playoffs losing to the Atlanta Silverbacks (NPSL). Following the 2015 Season the Revolution was sold by the Rockdale Youth Soccer Association to a new ownership group.
In 2016 the Revolution won the inaugural I-20 Cup by defeating the Birmingham Hammers 2-0 on aggregate in the two match tournament.
US Open Cup success
The Revolution qualified for the 2012 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, defeating PDL side Mississippi Brilla on May 15, 2012 on a header goal scored by Hailob Habtom in extra time. They moved on to the next round and faced the NASL's Atlanta Silverbacks, where they lost 1-0 thanks to a goal by Raphael Cox. Later in their season they defeated the reigning NPSL champions, Jacksonville United, 7-3 in a regular season match.
In 2016 a new crest was introduced. Paying homage to the history of the team, the new crest keeps the familiar Eagle’s Head and patriotic red, white, and blue colors. Transitioning to a circle which unites the entire crest symbolizing the team motto "United We Stand" while highlighting the name Georgia Revolution FC and the year the team was established, 2010.
Notable Former Players
- Kwadwo Poku - Atlanta Silverbacks (NASL), New York City FC (MLS), Miami FC (NASL)
- Michael Nwiloh - Chivas USA (MLS)
- Mark Lavery - Atlanta Silverbacks (NASL), Knattspyrnudeild Hamars (2. deild karla) , Juventud Escazuceña (Segunda División de Costa Rica)
- Aaron Walker - BÍ/Bolungarvík (1. deild karla)
- Darvin Ebanks - Harrisburg City Islanders (USL), Harrisburg Heat (MASL)
|Year||Division||League||Regular Season||Playoffs||Open Cup||Record (W-T-L)|
|2011||4||NPSL||2nd, Southeast||Did not qualify||Did not enter||4-2-4|
|2012||4||NPSL||1st, South-Southeast-East||Division Final||2nd Round||7-1-2|
|2013||4||NPSL||2nd, Sunshine||Did not qualify||1st Round||4-2-2|
|2014||4||NPSL||6th, Southeast||Did not qualify||Did not qualify||1-1-8|
|2015||4||NPSL||3rd, Southeast||Conf Semifinal||Did not qualify||4-2-4|
|2016||4||NPSL||6th, South Atlantic||Did not qualify||Did not qualify||5-3-7|
Former Head Coaches
|2014-2015||Robin D. Dixon||5-3-12|
Current Coaching Staff
|Head Coach||Chris Mahaffey|
|Assistant Head Coach/GK Coach||Jon Callahan|
|Assistant Coach||Scott Ian Redding|
|Athletic Trainer||Eugene Pfaff|
As of July 2, 2016
|GK||Clinton Lothrop||GK||Sebastian T. Jones|
|GK||Joshua Swift||GK||Bjorn Kammholz|
|DEF||Ibrahim Faye||DEF||Marc-Wayne Sinclair|
|DEF||Kofi Yankay||DEF||Ryan O. Gordon|
|DEF||Javier Pace||DEF||Jonathan Guy|
|DEF||Austin "AJ" Johnson||DEF||Benjamin Gradert|
|DEF||Bryan Ewchuk||DEF||Noah Elam|
|DEF||Kyle Sterling||MF||Ahmed Olayode|
|MF||Guilveli Coj Perez||MF||Sajaad Delane|
|MF||Jarrel Smalls||MF||Cameron Saul|
|MF||Adam Abdellaoui||MF||Luke Connor|
|MF||Marcelle "Ox" Francois||MF||Scott I. Redding|
|MF||Adam McCabe||MF||Raby George|
|MF||Nicholas Wells||MF||Sam E. Morrison|
|CF||Carlos F. Mendoza||CF||Robert "Deuce" Brown|
|CF||Collins Bedeley||CF||Aigbekan Nosegbe|
|CF||Daniel I. Okonkwo||CF||Devon Patterson|
2016 Players of the Year
|Player of the Year||Scott I. Redding|
|Offensive Player of the Year||Jarrel Smalls|
|Defensive Player of the Year||Adam McCabe|
|U20 Player of the Year||Bjorn Kammholz|
The GA Revs Reserves were established in 2016 and play in the Atlanta District Amateur Soccer League, Atlanta’s oldest and most prestigious local league. The season goes from October through April. The team will also participate in the Perrin Cup, an Inter-League knockout style tournament that includes teams from both Divisions and is played throughout the ADASL season. 
The purpose of the Revs Reserves is to identify and develop local soccer players who have the potential of playing for the Georgia Revolution FC NPSL Team. The Reserves are an extension of the franchise where players receive professional training from the NPSL coaching staff to improve the individual players, while maintaining the playing style and philosophy of the Senior Team. The team includes non-college players from the NPSL Team, adding quality of play and value to player development. 
Revs Reserves Coaching Staff
|Head Coach||Scott I. Redding|
|Assistant Coach||Marcelle "Ox" Francois|
|Assistant Coach||Alec Morrison|
Current Revs Reserves Roster
As of November 20, 2016
|GK||Vincent. Coleman||DEF||Marc-Wayne Sinclair|
|DEF||Michael Diaz||DEF||Bryan Ewchuk|
|DEF||Rob Kytan||DEF||Alec Morrison|
|DEF||Spencer Lauderdale||DEF||Matt. Wingate|
|DEF||Osazuwa Imafidon||DEF||Chinedu Arinze|
|DEF||Carl Adjaho||MF||Chris Mahaffey|
|MF||Scott I. Redding||MF||Marcelle "Ox" Francois|
|MF||Sam E. Morrison||MF||Milton Zavala|
|MF||Guilveli Coj Perez||MF||Bokie Yeanay|
|MF||Roger Solano||MF||Morris. Williams|
|CF||Carlos F. Mendoza||CF||Anthonny Contreras|
- RYSA Soccerplex; Conyers, Georgia (2011–2016)
- N. Mt. Carmel Soccer Park; Hampton, Georgia (2016-present)
Attendance stats are calculated by averaging each team's self-reported home attendances.
- 2011-2012 - 400
- 2013-2014 - 200
- 2015 - 100
- 2016 - 250
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- "Georgia Revolution FC Facebook Page". Georgia Revolution FC. January 12, 2016.
- "Team News: Players of the Year". Georgia Revolution FC. Retrieved August 11, 2016.
- "Georgia Revolution FC Reserves Join the ADASL". Georgia Revolution FC. Retrieved August 26, 2016.