Biloxi City FC was formed in 2016 and is the first team outside of Louisiana to join the Gulf Coast Premier League. Biloxi City has enjoyed a successful summer preseason and remains unbeaten since forming in early April. The team represents the gulf coast region of Mississippi.



bocaknightsBOCA Knights FC were formed in 2015 and represents the northwest region of Louisiana. BOCA Knights FC were successful in their inaugural season finishing second overall just 2 points shy of the trophy. The Knights also represented Louisiana in the 2016 Region III USASA National Cup where they finished second in their bracket.



Cajun Soccer Club is a founding member of the Gulf Coast Premier League and has represented the league and state at the USASA Region III National Cup. Formed as a “senior” team in 2013 from the Lafayette Youth Soccer Association, Cajun Soccer Club enters their third season of the GCPL.




The Louisiana Fire joins the GCPL as the second team from the New Orleans metro area and becomes the fourth youth club to create a “senior” team in Louisiana. Considered to be one of the more successful youth clubs in the state, the Louisiana Fire will look to carry their prestige into their first season in the GCPL.lafiregcpl



MOTJRSReturning league champions and 2015 USASA Region III champions, Motagua New Orleans, is the leagues most seasoned member. Having been formed in 1984 and celebrating a history of success in inter-city and state competitions, Motagua has continuously showcased its talent pool, which consists of former international, pro and college players. Motagua is also a founding member of the GCPL.



Pool Boys FC was formed in 2013 from a local youth organization, Crossroads Soccer Association, in Alexandria, LA. Although representing the least populated region of the league, PBFC has enjoyed success state-wide and has represented Louisiana and the GCPL at the Region III National Cup in 2014 and 2015. PBFC is also a founding member of the GCPL.



nav-logo@2xAfter enjoying a successful inaugural season in the National Premier Soccer League this past summer, Rafter F.C. join the GCPL for the 2016-2017 season with ambitions to give their homegrown and local players a chance to impress before gearing up for their 2017 NPSL return. Rafters are the second team to join the GCPL from the Shreveport metro area.