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DCFC will be lacing up their boots in a fall friendly at Keyworth Stadium. It'll be a homecoming like no other and a chance to see the legends of City’s past represent Le Rouge again.
Join fellow Le Rouge faithful at Keyworth on October 8th as DCFC takes on Mundo Latino. Kickoff will be at 7:00pm, gates open at 5:00pm. Purchase your tickets in advance for $7, or buy them at the door for $10.
Detroit City FC Charts A Course For Pro Soccer
Detroit City FC to host Glentoran FC for Detroit Cougars Tribute Match on May 27
11/26/2016, 9:45am EST
The Detroit Cougars Tribute Match at Keyworth Stadium will honor the 1967 Detroit Cougars team, which was represented by Glentoran FC.
The origin story of the Cougars is one of the most intriguing untold stories in Detroit sports. In an effort to bring professional soccer to the United States following the 1966 World Cup, the Cougars were one of 12 founding members of the United States Association (USA), a national league comprised of teams imported from Europe and South America.
The international teams were chosen to represent different cities across America, with Glentoran selected to play as the Cougars.
MLS came calling...Detroit City FC not buying in.
I'm fairly certain the actual owners of DCFC are listening.
They've done incredible things up there.
As they keep telling us. And telling us. And telling us. When they are not telling us how badass they are for being contrary and preferring to watch college kids play seven times a season.
Our club, @DetroitCityFC, and its supporters have now directly invested $853,250 into renovating a publicly owned stadium.
DCFC is hiring!
2/21/2017, 3:30pm EST
By Detroit City FC
Here's your chance to work with Detroit City FC.
DCFC is seeking a self-starting entrepreneur to serve as the organization’s Community Liaison.
This individual will be responsible for growing the club’s presence in the community through outreach and relationship building with a diverse network of individuals and groups.
The position will be responsible for management and promotion of the Detroit City Futbol League, the highly popular adult recreational soccer league that inspired the creation of Detroit City FC, and other community based soccer camps and recreational leagues organized by DCFC.
The right candidate will be comfortable representing the organization and its mission in meetings, appreciate the powerful role sport can play in our community, and be a team player committed to supporting the exciting growth of the organization.
Major Functions and Responsibilities:
1. Community Outreach - Increase Detroit City FC’s reach among business and community groups, as well as with the local soccer community by developing and maintaining relationships among a diverse network.
2. Detroit City Futbol League - Responsible for the organization, registration, promotion, and management of the popular adult recreational soccer leagues that make up the Detroit City Futbol League.
3. Ticket Sales - Assist the sales team in the execution of the club’s plan to increase organization’s average home match attendance through single, season, and group ticket sales.
Minimum Qualifications and Requirements:
1. Bachelor’s degree.
2. Experience in community relations.
3. Available to work nights and weekends.
4. Strong written and oral communication skills.
5. Must have reliable transportation.
1. Strong relationships with local soccer community.
2. Fluency in a second language (Spanish or Arabic).
3. Previous sales experience.
4. Previous experience in operations or event planning.
5. Demonstrates leadership ability in problems solving and oversight.
This position requires the ability to lift 50 pounds, be mobile for extended periods of time, work more than ten hours in a given day, and travel to away games.
This is a full-time, entry-level position with benefits.
Interested applicants may send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Resumes will be accepted until March 13.
April 09, 2017 12:01 a.m.
Detroit City FC bid to turn pro hinges on outside investment
Detroit City FC to host Venezia FC on July 18
05/16/2017, 9:45am EDT
Detroit City FC will welcome Venezia FC, of Venice, Italy, for an international friendly at Keyworth Stadium on Tuesday, July 18 at 7:30 PM.
The international match is presented by Quicken Loans and the Detroit Pistons.
The friendly marks Venezia’s first-ever match in the United States.
Founded in 1907, Venezia is coming off one of the most successful seasons in its history, including winning Lega Pro, the third division of Italian soccer, thereby earning promotion to Serie B, and winning the Coppa Italia championship.
Bigger news is sponsorship of Quicken and Pistons.
June 10, 2017 12:15 am
Does budding relationship between Gores-Gilbert and Detroit City FC signal something more?
Yet you could argue that what’s also on display this week are the contrasting visions for the sport’s future in Detroit — one organic, the other manufactured — and the challenge that entails for all involved. And as Detroit prepares to take the game professional in the coming months, with billionaire NBA owners Dan Gilbert and Tom Gores spearheading the city-backed bid for a Major League Soccer franchise while DCFC ownership plots its own course, it does beg the question for many area soccer fans: Where do we grow from here?
“I think that’s kind of the parable, right?” said Mann, one of a handful of young entrepreneurs who started DCFC six years ago with a used riding mower and a $5,000 league fee and now boast a $1 million operating budget. “Wednesday night, yeah, those players on the field are infinitely better than our players -- no one is going to challenge you there. But what about the whole experience? What’s the atmosphere like?
Detroit City FCVerified account @DetroitCityFC 11h11 hours ago
Our 2018 @NPSLSoccer schedule is here. #DCTID
Detroit City FCVerified account @DetroitCityFC 23h23 hours ago
We're excited to host @ClubNecaxa at Keyworth Stadium for an international friendly on Tuesday, July 10: http://bit.ly/2EVBRr1 . #DCTIDpic.twitter.com/vTNvpgyOw7
Northern Guard @NGSDetroit 33m33 minutes ago
Well since the words out now...
How Detroit City FC brought together their Crash-affected community
Detroit City expects to have a $1.5 million operating budget for the entire 2018 season. The club, which owners say is profitable, intends to move to a higher, professional tier of U.S. soccer next season. Its current league, the NPSL, is the fourth tier of the U.S. soccer organizational pyramid and is one level below professional soccer. DCFC has been in the NPSL since debuting in 2012.
Detroit City FCVerified account @DetroitCityFC 2h2 hours ago
Less than 800 tickets remain for Saturday's international friendly vs. @fcstpauli. Get your tickets before they sell out: http://bit.ly/2KVX5oL . #DCTID
Detroit City FCVerified account @DetroitCityFC 1h1 hour ago
2019 season ticket deposits will be on sale at Tuesday's match at Keyworth Stadium: http://bit.ly/2KPMf30 . #DCTID