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|Full name||Duluth FC|
|Founded||January 16, 2015|
|Head Coach||Joel Person|
|2018||Regular Season: 2nd Playoffs: TBD|
Duluth FC is an amateur men's soccer club based in Duluth, Minnesota, United States. The club currently competes in the NPSL Midwest Region’s North Conference. The club's colors are green and blue, and plays its home matches at Duluth East High School's Ordean Stadium.
Duluth FC was founded in 2015 by Father Timothy Sas. In their inaugural season (2015), the club competed in the Duluth Amateur Soccer League. The club joined the American Premier League for the 2016 season, placing 2nd in their 6-team division.
On December 15, 2016, NPSL announced that Duluth FC would join the league as an expansion team for the 2017 season, and would compete in the NPSL Midwest Region’s North Conference. On July 15th, 2017; Duluth FC defeated the Sioux Falls Thunder in the final game of the season to win the NPSL North Conference.
Duluth FC is unique in the sense that it requires its players and supporters to follow certain rules when it comes to match day behavior, requesting that both avoid swearing and other forms of offensive language. Duluth FC are most commonly known as "The BlueGreens," coming from the colors blue and green in Duluth's city flag.
On February 6, 2019 it was announced that 2019 home games would be held at Duluth East's Ordean Stadium while their previous home field, Public Schools Stadium, is under construction. Ordean Stadium is approximately half the seating capacity of Public Schools Stadium.
- Tim Sas – Owner
- Gabriela Sas – Owner
- Charlie Forsyth – Director of Operations
- Blake Hewitt – Director of Marketing
- 2015: Tim Sas
- 2016–2017: Kyle Bakas
- 2018–present: Joel Person
Year-By-Year (All Competitions)
|2016||5||APL||2nd, Overall||8||4||0||4||26||15||+11||N/A||Not eligible|
|Did not qualify|
Historic record vs opponents
|FC Minneapolis||2–0–0||W 3–0||N/A|
|Minnesota TwinStars||2–0–2||W 3–2||N/A|
|LaCrosse Aris FC||4–0–0||W 8–1||N/A|
|Minneapolis City SC||2–1–2||W 2–1||L 2–4|
|Sioux Falls Thunder FC||3–0–1||W 9–1||N/A|
|Dakota Fusion FC||2–1–1||W 6–0||L 1–2|
|Rochester Med City FC||2–0–2||W 1–0||N/A|
|Viejos Son Los Trapos FC||2–2–0||W 3–2||L 1–4|
|AFC Ann Arbor||1–0–0||W 3(4)-3(3)||N/A|
|Grand Rapids FC||1–0–0||W 2(4)-2(3)||N/A|
|Miami FC 2||0–1–0||N/A||L 0–3|
|Saint Louis FC||0–1–0||N/A||L 0–2|
|Detroit City FC||0–1–0||N/A||L 2–5|
|FC Fargo*||1–0–1||W 3–2||N/A|
|LaCrosse Aris FC Reserves*||1–0–1||W 6–1||N/A|
|Minnesota TwinStars Reserves*||0–0–2||N/A||N/A|
Duluth Portside FC
Duluth Portside FC is Duluth FC's second team that currently plays in the Duluth Amateur Soccer League, filling the void left by Duluth FC after they left for the American Premier League in 2016.
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