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Orlando SeaWolves

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Orlando SeaWolves
Orlando SeaWolves Logo.png
Full nameOrlando SeaWolves
Nickname(s)SeaWolves
Founded2018
GroundSilver Spurs Arena
Capacity8,000
Head CoachTom Traxler
LeagueMajor Arena Soccer League
2018–194th, South Central Division
Playoffs: DNQ website = http://www.orlandoseawolves.com/

The Orlando SeaWolves is an American professional indoor soccer franchise based in Kissimmee, Florida[1]. Founded in June 2018, the team made its debut in the Major Arena Soccer League with the 2018–19 season. The team's name and logo were revealed at a press conference on April 28, 2018.[2]

Year-by-Year

Season League Record Pct. GF GA Finish Playoffs Avg. Attendance
2018-19 MASL 9-15 .375 141 173 4th, South Central DNQ 1,127

Personnel

2018–19

Active Players

As of 15 March 2019[3]

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

No. Position Player
United States MF John Henson
United States DF Mike Semedo
United States DF Stefan Mijatovic
1 Poland GK Piotr Sliwa
3 United States FW Gordy Gurson (captain)
6 United States MF Bobby Hurwitz
8 Brazil MF Thiago Freitas
9 United States DF Derek Huffman
10 United States DF Richard Schmermund
11 United States DF Jonathan Mendoza
12 Brazil DF Luiz Mota
No. Position Player
13 United States MF Mario Alvarez
15 Brazil MF Victor France
17 Brazil MF Eduardo Cruz
21 Mexico DF Edwin Rojas
23 United States MF Kevin Naranjo
24 England MF Lewis Neal
32 Brazil GK Rainer Hauss
75 Brazil FW Elmo Neto
77 Mexico FW Osvaldo Rojas Rivera
89 United States DF Joshio Sandoval (captain)
97 United States DF Drou Goff

Inactive Players

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

No. Position Player
Rodrigo Kaufmann
Brazil Bruno Rodrigues
9 Bosnia and Herzegovina Kenan Malicevic
No. Position Player
14 England FW Luke Boden
79 Brazil DF Rapha Tobias
99 Wales FW Rico Zulkarnain

Staff

  • United States Tom Traxler – Head coach
  • Poland Piotr Sliwa – Assistant/goalkeepers coach
  • United States C.J. Gonsalves – Performance coach
  • United States Chris Kokalis - General Manager
  • Courtney Butler – Trainer
  • Christine Bickle – Equipment Manager

Notable Former Players

References

  1. ^ "ORLANDO AWARDED MAJOR ARENA SOCCER LEAGUE FRANCHISE". Major Arena Soccer League. Retrieved 2018-04-06.
  2. ^ "Major Arena Soccer League Announces New Team Name: Orlando Sea Wolves". City Surfing Orlando. Retrieved 13 June 2018.
  3. ^ "Stats – Major Arena Soccer League". www.maslsoccer.com.
  4. ^ [1]
This page was last edited on 27 July 2019, at 00:05
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