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Mississippi Blues Joins The GCPL As Newest Member

 

The Gulf Coast Premier League is proud to announce plans for expansion with The Mississippi Blues SC. The team will be bringing another squad to the Jackson, MS area and will be comprised exclusively of players and coaches with ties to the statewide soccer community. This represents another step forward in providing a competitive playing opportunity, allowing homegrown players to continue their playing careers. Continue reading “Mississippi Blues Joins The GCPL As Newest Member”

Westward bound: GCPL includes Central Texas Lobos in future plans

The Gulf Coast Premier League looks to further claim its status as the premier league of the gulf coast by setting its ambitions to include Texas clubs in to the fold. Currently the GCPL serves 11 clubs that range from west Louisiana to the Florida panhandle. “We have clubs in 4 out of the 5 gulf states,” said league VP, Jonathan Rednour. “It only makes sense to try and get clubs from Texas involved at some point and truly become a league that caters to all clubs in the gulf coast.” Continue reading “Westward bound: GCPL includes Central Texas Lobos in future plans”

AFC Mobile breaks GCPL attendance record, falls to Texans 2-1

AFC Mobile vs Gulf Coast Texans, May 14, 2017 at Lipscomb Athletic Complex in Mobile, Ala. (Photo by – Seth Laubinger)

A record breaking crowd of 807 was on hand in Mobile, Alabama at the Archbishop Lipscomb Athletic Complex to see AFC Mobile fall in its inaugural match by a score of 2-1 to the Gulf Coast Texans of Pensacola, Florida.

The Texans opened the scoring early when Dillon Gallet raced down the left-hand side of the pitch and sent a shot soaring inside the far post from a tight angle. The Texans continued to control possession until the 32nd minute, when  Moses Muhubao netted AFC Mobile’s first ever goal after receiving a beautiful ball over the Texans’ back line, smashing it past Texans goalkeeper Rudy Seelmann. Continue reading “AFC Mobile breaks GCPL attendance record, falls to Texans 2-1”