Phoenix SC

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First German Sport Club Phoenix (commonly known as Phoenix SC) is an American soccer club based in Feasterville, Pennsylvania. The club plays in the United Soccer League, a Region I soccer league that's under the United States Adult Soccer Association umbrella, which represents the fifth-tier of the American soccer pyramid.

The club is notable for qualifying into the First Round proper of the 2011 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup before they fell 2–1 to Rochester Rhinos, a third division team in the USL Pro.

Phoenix SC has represented Eastern Pennsylvania in the amateur regional portion of the US Open Cup for the past 2 years. Both times they have lost in regional play to the New York Pancyprian Freedoms; 3–2 in 2010 at St. John's Belsom Stadium and 1–1: 3–0 in pks in 2011 in Eastern PA. Their overall record outside of the state since 2005 is 2–7, including a loss to the Rochester Rhinos of the USL Pro division, with both wins coming during their 2011 run.

List of Accomplishments[edit]

2002–03 EPSA Amateur Cup Champions

2006–07 EPSA Amateur Cup Champions

2007–08 USL League Champions

2008 Pittsburgh Shop 'n' Save Tournament Champions

2008–09 USL League Champions

2008–09 EPSA Amateur Cup Champions

2009 Philadelphia Champions Cup Winner

2009–10 EPSA Open Cup Champions

2009–10 EPSA Amateur Cup Champions

2010 Neptune Soccer Classic Tournament Champions

2010–11 USL League Champion

2010–11 EPSA Open Cup Champion – Eventual National Quarterfinalist

2011 Region I Representative – US Open Cup

2010–11 EPSA Amateur Cup Champion

2011–12 EPSA Amateur Cup Champion

2011–12 USL League Champion

2012–13 USL League Champion

2013–2014 USL League Champion

2014–2015 EPSA Over 30 Cup Champion

2015–2016 EPSA Amateur Cup Champion

2015–2016 EPSA Open Cup Champion

2015-2016 EPSA Over 30 Cup Champion

2016 Open Cup Semi Finalist

2016 Amateur Cup Semi Finalist

2016 Region 1 Over 30 Champion

2016 National Semifinalist Gerhard Menghel Over 30 Cup

14 time defending champion – Danubia Season Kick-off

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