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Storm FC

Storm FC
Full name Storm Football Club
Nickname(s) Storm FC
Founded 2013
Ground Everglades High School Stadium
Ground Capacity 3,000
League National Premier Soccer League

Storm FC is an American soccer club based in Florida member of the NPSL playing in the South Region - Sunshine Conference. The club was founded in 2013 and currently competes against Jacksonville United, Miami United, Orlando Kraze United SC and Weston FC in the Sunshine Conference.

Storm FC is owned by two international businessmen: Jose A. Reygadas and Juan Acosta. Storm FC is currently led by Spanish Coach Jose Garcia Quevedo and General Manager, Enrique Cortina.

Storm FC’s goal is to create an elite soccer organization, positioning the club as innovators in sports methodology, ethics and community while providing the world of soccer with the best athletes.


  • History 1
  • Year by year 2
  • Stadium 3
  • Partnerships 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


The club was officially accepted into the National Premier Soccer League on October 3, 2013.[1]

Year by year

Year Tier League Regular season Playoffs U.S. Open Cup
2014 4 NPSL Sunshine Conference 3rd Conference semifinals Did not play
2015 4 NPSL Sunshine Conference Did not play


Storm FC used to play at Central Broward Regional Park in Lauderhill, Florida, moving to Everglades High School Stadium, a 3000-seat stadium in Miramar, Florida, for the 2015 season.


Real Sporting de Gijón


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External links

  • Official NPSL site
  • Club Facebook page
  • Club Twitter page
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