Chattanooga FC unveil new jersey for 2015 season

April 17, 2015 Chattanooga, TN - Chattanooga Football Club officially released their 2015 jersey designs at a press conference held yesterday at noon at Finely Stadium. The new look reflect the roots of the club, with an throwback color scheme and a ‘flat’ title sponsor logo from Volkswagen Chattanooga.  Both the color scheme and the ‘flat’ logo are nods to the team’s first-ever jerseys from the inaugural season in 2009. Paul Rustand, a CFC board member who designs the jerseys, led the press conference and led a Q&A with reporters.

Aztex to wear commemorative camuflage jersey for Miitary night

AUSTIN, Texas (Wednesday, April 15, 2015)  — For one match only, the Austin Aztex will don commemorative camouflage jerseys to honor the armed forces on the upcoming Military Night versus the All-Air Force Men’s Soccer team on May 6 at House Park.

NPSL player of week 3: San Diegos Nick Hamilton

San Diego Flash defender Nick Hamilton has been named the third Mitre National Player of the Week for the 2015 NPSL season.
Hamilton was honored after scoring two goals in the Flash’s 3-1 win over FC Force.
"Nick was flawless on our back line and was an asset at both ends of the field,” Flash head coach Warren Barton said of Hamilton’s performance on Saturday.
The Coronado, CA native was a standout at Cal State Northridge from 2007-2011.  His best season came in 2011 when he was named to the All-Big West Second Team.
Hamilton also spent time with two USL clubs after college, landing with the LA Blues and Minnesota Stars before playing for Woden Valley Football Club in Australia.  He would return to the San Diego area in 2013 to play for his hometown NPSL club, the San Diego Flash. 

Source NPSL media relations

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Silverbacks face tough road match with old foe

CARY, N.C. – Through seven matches – five preseason and the first two weeks of the NASL Spring Season – the Atlanta Silverbacks are unbeaten. Head coach Gary Smith’s largely reformatted team, with 17 new faces, has opened the season with a pair of 1-all draws at home.
Match Day 3 offers a much stiffer challenge for Atlanta. The Silverbacks must travel to the Carolina RailHawks for an April 18 showdown with the top-of-the-table club. The RailHawks, one of the NASL’s original eight along with Atlanta, is a formidable foe when playing at home.

Vaqueros make themselves at home at Weslyan University

FORT WORTH _ When Vaqueros goalkeeper Arturo Sanchez takes the field this summer he should feel right at home.

Sanchez played collegiately at Texas Wesleyan University, which will serve as the new home for the Fort Worth Vaqueros for the 2015 season.

The Vaqueros will kickoff at Martin Field, home of the Texas Wesleyan men’s and women’s soccer teams, on May 16 vs. the Houston Regals.

Brothers off the field become brothers on the field for Brilla

April 15, 2015_CLINTON, Miss. - James and Kellen Gulley grew up on the soccer fields together in Clinton, Mississippi. Separated by only two years, each brother had high aspirations of playing professional soccer one day. Although their individual soccer journeys have taken them down unique and unexpected roads, their paths have led them home to play in the Premier Development League with their hometown team, Mississippi Brilla.

Corinthians confirm Alamo Stadium as home for 2015 NPSL season

San Antonio, Texas – There will be a new home for Corinthians FC SA as San Antonio Independent School District confirmed on Monday evening that Corinthians FC SA will be playing at Alamo Stadium for the 2015 season.
The deal makes Corinthians FC SA the first soccer team to play at Alamo Stadium since 1976 when the San Antonio Thunder played at the venue. Since that time, Alamo Stadium has changed significantly undergoing a $35 million renovation in 2011 which saw a FIFA regulation field added to the venue with a quality turf.
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