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ASC San Diego
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Full nameAlbion Soccer Club San Diego
Founded2015; 5 years ago (2015)
StadiumMission Bay Stadium
San Diego, California
Capacity2,400
ChairmanNoah Gins
Head CoachZiggy Korytoski
LeagueNational Premier Soccer League
20193
WebsiteClub website

ASC San Diego, formerly Albion SC Pros, is an American soccer team based in San Diego, California that currently plays in the National Premier Soccer League, the fourth tier of the American soccer pyramid.

History

ASC San Diego was formed in 2015 and scheduled to play its first competitive season as a franchise in 2016. Sitting atop the nationally recognized youth club, ASC San Diego takes the same professional and detailed approach that has served the youth club so well and implement it in the professional ranks. The mission of ASC San Diego is to represent San Diego on the professional national soccer scene while embracing people's passion for the game in a way that is uniquely San Diegan. A huge part of that is the match day atmosphere and understanding what makes San Diego America's finest city. Everything from the sponsor partnerships to the tangible match day atmosphere is centered on representing San Diego and the game with the excellence they deserve.[1]

Year-by-Year

Year Division League Record Regular Season Playoffs US Open Cup
2016 4 NPSL 8–0–4 1st, West-Southwest Regional Final Ineligible
2017 4 NPSL 11–4–1 4th, West-Southwest Regional First Round 1st Round
2018 4 NPSL 9–2–1 1st, West-Southwest Regional Quarterfinals Ineligible
2019 4 NPSL 12–5–1 3rd, West-Southwest National Semifinal Ineligible
2020 4 NPSL Season cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic[2]

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References

  1. ^ http://asc-sandiego.com/club/
  2. ^ Prince-Wright, Joe (26 March 2020). "2020 NPSL season cancelled". ProSoccerTalk. NBC Sports. Retrieved 15 June 2020.

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