Michigan Stars FC
|Full name||Michigan Stars FC|
|Nickname(s)||The Stars, MSFC|
|Dissolved||January 2, 2018|
|Stadium||Hurley Field, Berkley, Michigan|
|Head Coach||Morris Lupenec|
|League||National Premier Soccer League|
Michigan Stars FC was a soccer team located in Metro Detroit. The team was established in 1982 and played in the National Premier Soccer League Midwest Division–Great Lakes Conference. FC Sparta Michigan was formerly the Windsor FC Spartans. The team originally joined the NPSL as FC Sparta Michigan but was purchased by Dearborn Sports Enterprise (DSE) in January 2014 and rebranded Michigan Stars FC.
The team ceased operations on January 2, 2018.
|Year||Tier||League||Regular season||Playoffs||Open Cup|
|2013||4||NPSL||5th of 6, Midwest-Great Lakes (2-8-2)||Did Not Qualify||Not Eligible|
|2014||4||NPSL||4th of 5, Midwest-Great Lakes West (4-9-1)||Did Not Qualify||Did Not Qualify|
|2015||4||NPSL||9th of 13, Midwest (4-7-1)||Did Not Qualify||Did Not Qualify|
|2016||4||NPSL||3rd of 7, Midwest-Great Lakes West (5-3-4)||Did Not Qualify||Did Not Qualify|
|2017||4||NPSL||6th of 8, Midwest-Great Lakes (3-5-6)||Did Not Qualify||Did Not Qualify|
- Hurley Field, Berkley, Michigan (2013, 2017)
- Star International Academy, Dearborn Heights, Michigan (2014)
- Wisner Stadium, Pontiac, Michigan (2015–2016)
- "GROWTH CONTINUES FOR NPSL". November 2, 2012. Archived from the original on 14 December 2013. Retrieved 14 November 2012.
- "FC Sparta Michigan joins crowded minor league soccer scene in Metro Detroit". March 13, 2013. Retrieved 1 April 2013.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-01-11. Retrieved 2014-01-11.
- "An Important Message From The Michigan Stars". Michigan Stars FC. Retrieved 2 January 2018.
- Josh Hakala (9 April 2013). "Great Lakes Division teams decline 2013 US Open Cup berths as NPSL entries finalized". TheCup.us. Retrieved 7 May 2013.
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