Myrtle Beach Mutiny

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Myrtle Beach Mutiny
Full name Myrtle Beach Mutiny
Nickname(s) Mutiny Crew
Founded 2011 by Tristan Patterson & Trym Hogner
Stadium TBD
Ground Capacity TBD
Owner Coast FA
Head Coach Kyle Russell
League Premier Development League
2017 1st, South Atlantic Division
Playoffs: Conference Semifinals
Website Club website

The Myrtle Beach Mutiny is an American soccer team based in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, United States. Founded in 2011, the team plays in the Premier Development League (PDL), a national amateur league at the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, in the South Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference.[1][2] The Myrtle Beach Mutiny is owned by Coast FA.

Kit Provider[edit]

During the 2016 season, the Mutiny's kit will be provided by Capelli Sport and will serve as the uniform sponsors.


Year Division League Conference Division Finish Record (W-L-T) Playoffs U.S. Open Cup
2012 4 NPSL South Southeast-East 3rd 2-4-0 Did not qualify Did not qualify
2013 4 NPSL South Mid-Atlantic 2nd 4-3-1 Did not qualify Did not qualify
2014 4 NPSL South South Atlantic 4th 3-5-2 Did not qualify Did not qualify
2015 4 NPSL South South Atlantic 1st 11-2-1 South Region Finalist Did not qualify
2016 4 NPSL South South Atlantic 1st 6-2-3 South Atlantic Semifinals First Round
2017 4 PDL Eastern South Atlantic 1st 10-1-3 Conference Semifinals Did not qualify


Players and staff[edit]

2016 roster[edit]

Number Position Name College Nationality
12 FW Jon Ander Wingate Spain Spain
7 MF Ryan Arambula South Carolina United States USA
14 FW RJ Bass United States USA
0 GK Robert Beebe United States USA
4 DF Jeremy Bonyaa Francis Marion France France
27 DF Garrett Bridgewater Wingate United States USA
24 MF Cameron Burrows United States USA
Sergio Carrallo
13 MF Vinnie De La Cuera United States USA
26 MF Michelangelo Dovidio United States USA
28 MF Izzy Evans UNC-Pembroke United States USA
29 MF Nate Evans Wingate United States USA
Malcom Frago Costa Rica Costa Rica
32 DF Ugo Galtier Southern Missouri St. France France
15 DF Damien Gaona Wingate Chile Chile
25 MF Kieran Geldenhuys Butler South Africa South Africa
17 DF Quadarius Grate Coker United States USA
33 MF William Heaney England England
16 MF Ross Henderson England England
8 DF Kioki Hutchings Lander United States USA
10 MF Aksel Juul Wingate England England
5 Kervin Antonio Kenton-Fadel
35 MF Stuart Latimer England England
34 MF Chris Matlashewski United States USA
19 DF Corentin Ohlmann Coastal Carolina France France
0 GK Thomas Osborne United States USA
20 MF Lewis Osborne England England
Jacob Perito Limestone United States USA
00 GK Kenneth Perkinson Winthrop United States USA
3 DF Hyden Poell UNC-Asheville United States USA
5 DF Sam Sawyer England England
36 FW Jacob Simonis Coker United States USA
18 GK Davis Smith USC-Upstate United States USA
30 FW Alex Smith
Zachary Smith United States USA
1 GK Sean Teepen United States USA
31 DF Matthew Trimby Presbyterian United States USA
9 FW Toby Uzo Niger Nigeria
2 DF Justin White United States USA
33 MF Luke Williams United States USA
23 DF Justin Wolf United States USA

Current staff[edit]


  • United States Patrick Piscitelli – Sports Director
  • United States Kyle Russell – Head Coach
  • Wales Ross Morgan – Assistant Coach
  • United States Sean Teepen - Goalkeeper Coach


MBFC home games are played at Ashley Booth Field in Myrtle Beach. In 2013, the playing surface was converted from natural grass to Field Turf. The Ashley Booth field is a lighted field with seating for 300 and concessions. Training sessions at Socastee Recreation Park in Socastee.


  1. ^ Reynolds, Paul. "Myrtle Beach FCjoins NPSL for 2012 season". Giant Hawk Media. Archived from the original on 28 October 2011. Retrieved 28 October 2011. 
  2. ^ "Five new franchises join the NPSL Southeast Region". National Premier Soccer League. Archived from the original on 28 October 2011. Retrieved 28 October 2011. 
  3. ^ "Coaches". Myrtle Beach Mutiny. Retrieved 30 April 2015.  External link in |website= (help)

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