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Corinthians FC of San Antonio

Corinthians FC SA
Full name Corinthians FC of San Antonio
Nickname(s) Corinthians FC, Corinthians
Founded 2009
Stadium Alamo Stadium
San Antonio, TX
Ground Capacity 23,000
Owner Pete Veras
Head Coach Manuel Vidrio
League National Premier Soccer League
2015 2nd, South Central Conference
Website Club home page

Corinthians FC SA is an elite Amateur soccer club based in San Antonio, Texas. The team made its debut in the National Premier Soccer League in 2014. The club plays in the South Central Conference of the South Region. Corinthians FC of SA is led by Pete Veras and Head Coach Manuel Vidrio. Veras is the owner and operator of V Medical, one of the leading medical equipment providers in the state of Texas. Founded in 2009, Corinthians FC of SA is dedicated to serving the communities in and around the San Antonio area. Corinthians FC of SA is a Christian-based professional soccer club whose mission is to build athletes of all ages through positive and encouraging inspiration and training, transforming each athlete into champions for the future, on and off the field.[1]

History

2014

Corinthians FC won its first ever NPSL game on May 17, 2014 - a 4-2 away win over the Liverpool Warriors.[2] They would finish their inaugural season with a 7-0-3 record, finishing 1st in the South Division and 3rd overall in the South Central Conference regular season table. In the playoffs, Corinthians made it to the South Central Conference Championship game where they lost to Tulsa Athletics, 4-2.

Stadium

The team plays at Alamo Stadium in San Antonio, Texas. Alamo Stadium is owned and operated by the San Antonio Independent School District and seats 23,000.[3]

Year-by-year

Year Division League Regular Season Playoffs U.S. Open Cup
2014 4 NPSL 3rd, South Central Conference Final Did not qualify
2015 4 NPSL 2nd, South Central Did not qualify Did not qualify

Current Season

2015 NPSL South Central Standings

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 FC Wichita (C) 14 11 0 3 35 11 +24 33 2015 NPSL South Region playoffs
2 Corinthians FC of San Antonio 14 10 1 3 41 19 +22 31
3 Tulsa Athletics 14 7 3 4 52 33 +19 24
4 Dallas City FC 14 5 3 6 23 23 0 18
5 Joplin Demize 14 4 3 7 15 27 −12 15
6 Fort Worth Vaqueros FC 14 3 5 6 21 35 −14 14
7 Houston Regals 14 3 3 8 13 28 −15 12
8 Liverpool Warriors 14 3 2 9 19 43 −24 11
Updated to match(es) played on July 12, 2015. Source: NPSL standings
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head to head; 3) goal differential in head to head results; 4) wins; 5) total goal differential; 6) fewest losses; 7) coin toss
(C) Champion.

Honors

Domestic League

References

  1. ^ http://npsl.info/home/779357.html
  2. ^ http://www.nationalpremiersoccerleague.com/teams/64214691/66671009-64214778/TEAM.html
  3. ^ http://www.ksat.com/content/pns/ksat/news/2015/04/14/corinthians-fc-sa-to-play-2015-season-at-alamo-stadium.html

External links

  • Official team site
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