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Central Texas Lobos FC

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Central Texas Lobos
Full nameCentral Texas Lobos
FoundedJanuary 1, 2016; 3 years ago (2016-01-01)
GroundBob Shelton Stadium, Buda, Texas
OwnerDavid R. Walding
Head CoachColombia Jorge Cruz
LeagueGulf Coast Premier League
WebsiteClub website

Central Texas Lobos is a central Texas team operating in the Gulf Coast Premier League, a USASA-affiliated league.[1] The Lobos' regular kit colors are purple, gold, and black. The Lobos are based in Austin, Texas and play home games in the nearby town of Buda, Texas.

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In the summer of 2016, the Lobos' team owner, David Walding, announced the franchise would join the Texas Premier Soccer League for the 2016-17 season.[2] In the Lobos' inaugural season, the club won the Texas Cup title.[3] However, following the 2017 season, the Lobos withdrew from the TPSL and joined the Gulf Coast Premier League.[4] The Central Texas Lobos also entered the 2018 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup qualification round.[5]

In early 2019, it was announced that the Lobos would be moving to a new permanent 4 acre facility in south Austin [6]. The club also added a youth academy, an arena soccer team (ArenaWolves) that plays in a regional league, and also operates a club (Academy Paraiso) that is part of the third division in Honduras.


Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 United States GK Blake Lander
2 United States GK Daniel Dominguez
4 Honduras DF Denis Canales-Mejia
22 Honduras DF Kenny Ramirez
24 El Salvador DF Oscar Diaz-Ramirez
11 El Salvador MF Diego Portales
13 Honduras MF Jordan Guardado
14 Honduras MF Leduin Pagoada
No. Position Player
15 Honduras MF Bairon Alonso
18 Democratic Republic of the Congo MF Andre Wabulakomb
23 Honduras MF Brayan Villalobos-Castillo
17 United States MF Daan Saavedra
9 United States FW Jose Alex Marin
10 Mexico FW Oscar Saavedra
- United States FW Jordan Hendrix


Season League Conference Regular season Position Playoffs U.S. Open Cup
GP W L D GF GA Pts Conf. Overall
2017 TPSL N/A 8 3 2 3 19 11 12 N/A 4th
DNE Lost 2-0 QR
2018 GCPL West 10 3 7 0 10 31 9 4th
(West Division)
2019 GCPL West 10 3 6 1 19 24 10 5th
(West Division)


  1. ^ Central Texas Lobos FC
  2. ^ "Kyle Welcomes Central Texas Lobos Soccer Team to Town".
  3. ^ "Central Texas Lobos Gana Trofeo, Celebra en Kyle".
  4. ^ "Top 10 2017 Texas Soccer Stories".
  5. ^ "Record High 108 Teams Enter Local Qualifying for 2018 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup".
  6. ^ "Central Texas Lobos Move One Step Closer to New Austin Soccer Stadium". Retrieved 20 August 2019.

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