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Hollway Field, Ann Arbor
| Eric Rudland|
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AFC Ann Arbor is an American soccer club based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, founded in 2015. The team competed in the Great Lakes Premier League during its inaugural 2015 season, and will join the National Premier Soccer League for the 2016 season.
AFC Ann Arbor Wikipedia
AFC Ann Arbor was started by a group of Ann Arbor residents with a desire to have a local team. The team had applied to the National Premier Soccer League for the 2015 season but its application was declined. Instead, AFC Ann Arbor and Grand Rapids FC, another team denied by the NPSL, decided to start a league of their own called the Great Lakes Premier League. The new league held its inaugural meetings on January 17, 2015.
Starting with the 2016 season, AFC Ann Arbor will play in the National Premier Soccer League as part of the Midwest Region under manager Eric Rudland, formerly of Lansing United.
Hollway Field, located at Pioneer High School, is AFCAA's home field. It lies across the street from Michigan Stadium.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. David Hebestreit (2014-2015)
Eric Rudland (2015–present)