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Atlantic City FC

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Atlantic City FC
ACFC VerticalWording BLACK.jpg
Full nameAtlantic City Football Club
Nickname(s)Aces
Founded2017; 4 years ago (2017)
StadiumSilver Eagle Stadium
Capacity3,000
OwnersAndrew Weilgus & Nicholas Bilotta
Head CoachSteffen Siebert
LeagueNational Premier Soccer League
WebsiteClub website

Atlantic City Football Club (ACFC) is an American soccer team based in Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States. Founded in 2017, the team plays in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL), in the Keystone Conference.[1] The team uses Silver Eagle Stadium in Egg Harbor Township for home matches.[2] The team's colors are purple, black and white.[3]

History

ACFC was officially announced as an expansion side in the NPSL on December 21, 2017.”[1] Shortly after, former Swansea City player Kristian O'Leary was appointed Head Coach.[4] The team played its first season at Stockton University.

On February 7, 2019 it was announced that the team is working with The City of Atlantic City to play home games in Surf Stadium starting in 2020.[5]

Records

Year-by-year

Year Division League Regular Season Playoffs U.S. Open Cup Avg. Attendance
2018 4 NPSL 6th, Keystone Conference Did not qualify 313
2019 4 NPSL 1st, Keystone Conference Conference Semifinal Qualified 408
2020 4 NPSL Season cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic[6]

Honours

The club has yet to win any competitive honors.

Players

As of April 2, 2021[citation needed]
No. Position Player Nation
1 GK Matt Perrella  United States
97 GK Charlie Cunliffe  United States
98 GK Michael Lescano  United States
2 DF Rich Balchan  United States
3 DF Elias Harryson  Sweden
5 DF John Waller  Liberia
6 MF Roger Rojas-Goodbold  United States
4 DF Jacob Campbell  United States
15 DF David Lianes  Spain
27 DF Daniel Chochlinski  Ireland
28 DF Dan Pizzimenti  United States
33 DF Tom Tom Johnson  United States
32 DF Kelly Blidi  United States
38 DF Justin Gregory  United States
7 FW Tavoy Morgan  Jamaica
9 FW Alexander Satrustegui  Spain
12 FW Matt Hendrickson  United States
11 MF Kalvin Semedo  France
17 FW Jacques Francois  Haiti
29 FW Ryan Bailey  United States
35 FW Ryan Morris  United States
37 FW Jacob Rubinstein  United States
16 MF Ryan Nigro  United States
18 MF Joseph Dikmak  United States
20 MF David Nigro  United States
25 MF Noah Blodget  United States
26 MF Correntin Diverres  France
39 MF Juliano Pillari  United States
44 MF Eddie Franzoni  United States
45 MF Pedro Luis Neto  Brazil
46 MF Milan Devuyst  Belgium
10 MF Joao Brum  Portugal

Coaching Staff

Position Name
Head coach Steffen Siebert[3][7]
Technical director Jeremiah White[3][7]
Team doctor Dr. Damon Greene

Club Officials

Position Name
Owner & president Andrew Weilgus[8][7]
Owner & chief operating officer Nicholas Bilotta[7]
Media director Paul Kelly
General manager David Goldstein

References

  1. ^ a b NPSL Staff (2017-12-21). "Atlantic City Football Club Joins the National Premier Soccer League". National Premier Soccer League. Archived from the original on 2018-01-26. Retrieved 2018-01-26.
  2. ^ Press, KRISTINE AUBLE For the. "New soccer team Atlantic City FC to begin play in 2018". Press of Atlantic City. Retrieved 2018-01-26.
  3. ^ a b c "Atlantic City FC gives NPSL a South Jersey foothold". Brotherly Game. Retrieved 2018-01-26.
  4. ^ https://www.mlsfootball.com/features/welcome-atlantic-city-fc/
  5. ^ FC, Atlantic City (2019-02-07). "Home Sweet Home coming late summer 2019 - Spring 2020 #AcesUppic.twitter.com/m0iCkUTgeL". @AtlanticCityFC. Retrieved 2019-07-03.
  6. ^ Prince-Wright, Joe (26 March 2020). "2020 NPSL season cancelled". ProSoccerTalk. NBC Sports. Retrieved 15 June 2020.
  7. ^ a b c d Writer, CRAIG THOMPSON Staff. "Welcome to Atlantic City FC". MLS Football. Retrieved 2018-03-10.
  8. ^ "Chris Ross announced as ACFC development director". ACFC Staff/NPSL.com. 2018-01-12. Retrieved 2018-01-26.


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