Philadelphia Liberty FC

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Philadelphia Liberty
Full namePhiladelphia Liberty Football Club
StadiumJohn A. Farrell Stadium
ChairmanScotland Matt Driver
ManagerRepublic of Ireland Seamus O'Connor
LeagueWomen's Premier Soccer League
20084th, East Mid-Atlantic Division

The Philadelphia Liberty FC is a North American professional soccer team based in West Chester, Pennsylvania, United States. Founded in 2006, the team plays in Women's Premier Soccer League (WPSL), a national amateur league at the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid.

The Liberty's home is John A. Farrell Stadium, located on the campus of West Chester University in the Philadelphia suburb of West Chester, where they have played since 2006. The team is owned by Team Dynamics LLC, a highly successful organization dedicated to soccer education and player development at all age levels, which also operates the Atlantic City Diablos and Central Delaware SA Future. The team's colors are orange and black. Prior to the 2007 season, the team was known as the Philadelphia Pirates. In 2009, Team Dynamics LLC became Philadelphia Women's Pro Soccer LLC, and the Philadelphia Independence of Women's Professional Soccer began competing under its ownership in 2010. Also in 2010, the WPSL Philadelphia Liberty were renamed the Philadelphia Independence, meaning that Philadelphia Women's Pro Soccer LLC now operates two teams named the Philadelphia Independence, one in WPS and one in the WPSL.


Current roster[edit]


Year Division League Reg. Season Playoffs
2005 2 WPSL 4th, East
2006 2 WPSL 4th, East South
2007 2 WPSL 3rd, East Mid-Atlantic Did not qualify
2008 2 WPSL 4th, East Mid-Atlantic Did not qualify
2009 3 WPSL 6th, East 1st Round, Regional Playoffs
2010 3 WPSL 2nd, East Mid-Atlantic Did not qualify


Competition history[edit]


  • England Wayne Grocott (2007)
  • Republic of Ireland Seamus O'Connor (2009–present)

Home stadiums[edit]

  • John A. Farrell Stadium (2006–present)

External links[edit]