Gulf Coast Premier League announces summer season; adds 3 new clubs

METAIRIE, LA (Jan 3, 2016) – The Gulf Coast Premier League’s Director of Operations Jonathan Rednour announced today that clubs from Pensacola, Florida, Mobile, Alabama, and Baton Rouge, Louisiana will enter the GCPL for the 2017 Summer Season. The new teams will be regional youth club powerhouse the Gulf Coast Texans (Pensacola, FL), supporter-founded AFC Mobile (Mobile, AL), and newly formed Baton Rouge United FC. Additionally, the Lake City Gamblers will rejoin the GCPL for the summer campaign. Continue reading “Gulf Coast Premier League announces summer season; adds 3 new clubs”

Cajun Soccer Club add international experience to the roster

Lafayette – Cajun Soccer Club have signed St. Vincent and The Grenadines midfielder Vasbert Ledger to their 2016-2017 roster.

Ledger, 21, a native of Barrouallie, St. Vincent and The Grenadines received his first call up to the national team in February 2014, playing in a friendly versus Dominica. In 2015 he featured in six CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying matches, including a 31 minute showing against the USMNT in Miami, FL. Continue reading “Cajun Soccer Club add international experience to the roster”

The spoils are shared in a six-goal thriller in New Orleans

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BILOXI, MS – When the schedule for the 2016/17 GCPL season was announced, the Blackjacks must have thought they couldn’t have been dealt a worse hand (pun intended). With the withdrawal of the Lake City Gamblers, they found their first two opponents to be two-time GCPL (formerly LPL) champions, CD Motagua of New Orleans and NPSL side, the Shreveport Rafters.

However, Biloxi City took to the GCPL like a duck to water. Within the first 5 minutes, Patrick Grafton initiated a counter attack, bursting through the center of the field. Grafton then sent a through ball down the CD Motagua right hand side to Romar Smith, who took the ball down and delivered a low driven ball back to Grafton who turned and, on the spin, curled the ball into the top right hand corner. Continue reading “The spoils are shared in a six-goal thriller in New Orleans”