Oxnard Guerreros FC

Oxnard Guerreros FC is an amateur men's soccer club based in Oxnard, California.[2] The club currently competes in the National Premier Soccer League in the Southwest Conference, having joined the league as an expansion team in 2016.[2]

Full nameOxnard Guerreros Football Club
FoundedNovember 30, 2016 (2016-11-30)
StadiumDel Sol Stadium
OwnerTy Otto [1]
Head CoachJavier Figueroa
LeagueNPSL
2017Inaugural Season
WebsiteClub website

Oxnard Guerreros FC (OGFC) is primarily geared toward local athletes making the jump from development and amateur clubs to professional soccer.[3]

Current 2019 Guerreros

Front office

  • Ty Otto - Founder
  • Lukas Antioho - General Manager
  • Joseph Escudero - Public Relations
  • Salvador "Chava" Orozco - Public Relations

Coaches

  • Javier Figueroa - Head Coach
  • Salvador "Chava" Orozco - Assistant Coach
  • Fred Mendoza - Assistant Coach

2019 Athletes

NPSL Spring/Summer

RankTeamPts/GP
1FC Golden State2.5556
2FC Arizona2.2778
3ASC San Diego2.0556
4Orange County FC2
5A.S. Los Angeles1.3333
6Temecula FC1.2222
7Oxnard Guerreros FC0.9444
8Riverside Coras0.6667
9High Desert Elite FC0.6667
10City of Angels0.6111

[4]

UPSL Winter/Fall

History

The club was founded by Ty Otto in 2016.[2]


Coach

  • Juan Florez - Head Coach[5]

Coach Florez brings with him an abundance of experience, both as a coach and player, previously earning multiple playoff appearances as head coach of both the San Fernando Valley Eagles (USISL) and the San Fernando Quakes (PDL). Florez also held tenure as head coach of the LAFC affiliate LA Blues (now the OC Blues) and currently serves as head coach of the LA Galaxy’s Conejo Valley Pre-Academy. Florez struck out on his own at 18, leaving his home country of Colombia to pursue a shot at American collegiate sports. He capitalized on a chance at Cal State University Northridge, where he led the Matadors to the NCAA Tournament finals as a starting midfielder, then went on to play for two professional Colombian teams, Millonarios and América de Cali. Florez returned to CSUN as an assistant coach and offensive strategist, where he would help guide them to back-to-back tournament appearances and craft one of the top offenses in the nation.[5]

References


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