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FC Monmouth are a soccer club based in Monmouth County, New Jersey. They play in the Northeast Region's Keystone Conference of the National Premier Soccer League, the fourth division of the American soccer pyramid. The team plays its home games at Count Basie Park in Red Bank[1]

FC Monmouth
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Full nameFC Monmouth
Founded2017
StadiumCount Basie Park
Red Bank, New Jersey
Owner(s)Jacco de Bruijn, Simon Nynens, Mattia Buffolino, John Kiely, Corbett Donato, Stavros Memtsoudis, Federico Girardi
Head coachBrian Woods
LeagueNational Premier Soccer League
2019Keystone Division
WebsiteClub website
Current season

HistoryEdit

FC Monmouth was founded in 2017 by Jacco de Bruijn, Simon Nynens, Mattia Buffolino, John Kiely, Corbett Donato, Stavros Memtsoudis (all Monmouth County locals), and Federico Girardi.[2] FC Monmouth was assigned to compete in the National Premier Soccer League, the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, roughly equal to the USL Premier Development League, starting in 2018. On February 7, 2018 it was announced that Brian Woods, the head coach for William Paterson University's men's soccer team, would be the head coach for FC Monmouth's inaugural season.[3] FC Monmouth concluded their first season unbeaten at their home stadium, Count Basie Stadium in Red Bank, New Jersey. They advanced into the playoffs of the Keystone Conference, only to lose against eventual National Cup finalists FC Motown. The inaugural season was widely viewed as a success, as it brought communities in Monmouth County together around the sport of soccer. An official supporters club, "The 732 SC" was founded with its base in Rumson, New Jersey.

Year-by-yearEdit

Year Division League Regular Season Playoffs U.S. Open Cup Avg. Attendance
2018 4 NPSL 4th, Keystone Conference Conference Semifinals 420
2019 4 NPSL 5th, Keystone Conference Did not qualify Did not qualify

PlayersEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "RED BANK: SEMI-PROS MAKE BASIE HOME TURF". redbankgreen.com. redbankgreen.com. Retrieved 9 May 2018.
  2. ^ "FC Monmouth is Bringing National Premier Soccer to Monmouth County". communitymagazinenj.com. Community Magazine. Retrieved 9 May 2018.
  3. ^ "FC Monmouth Coaching Staff: Offering NJ Players a Path to Pro". www.fcmonmouth.com. Retrieved 9 May 2018.
  4. ^ https://www.fcmonmouth.com/team

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