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2018 Santa Ana Winds FC season

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Santa Ana Winds FC
2018 season
OwnerLeonel López
Head coachJosé López
StadiumLake Forest Sports Park
2018 U.S. Open CupQualified
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2019 →

The 2018 season is the club's twelfth season of existence, fifth in the United Premier Soccer League and second in the Western Pro Premier Division.

Spring/Summer Western Premier Division[edit | edit source]

Juan Arellano Transfer to Cartaginés[edit | edit source]

On Tuesday, June 5, 2018, Club Sport Cartaginés of Costa Rica, coached by Paul Wanchope announced new player signings ahead of their 2018 season among which Winds FC winger Juan Arellano was included. Juan Arellano became the first player to transfer directly from Santa Ana Winds FC to a professional club. Juan Arellano spent a week-long trial with the club prior to being invited to preseason and subsequently presented with C.S. Cartaginés.

U.S. Open Cup[edit | edit source]

Cal South State Cup[edit | edit source]

Group Stage[edit | edit source]

Quarterfinal[edit | edit source]

Spring 2018 UPSL Preseason[edit | edit source]

On February 8, Santa Ana Winds FC announced an exhibition match with Monarcas Morelia Premier of the Liga Premier de México to be held at Valley High School (Santa Ana, California) on March 8.

2017/2018 UPSL National Playoffs[edit | edit source]

Santa Ana Winds FC entered the 2017/18 UPSL playoffs on January 6, 2018, debuting with a 4-1 victory over L.A. Wolves FC at Lake Forest Sports Park.[1]

The following night, Winds FC defeated Orange County FC 2 by a score of 6-5 in penalty kicks, at Championship Stadium.[2]

Qualifying Rounds[edit | edit source]

2017-18 UPSL National Finals[edit | edit source]

Current, 2018 Squad[edit | edit source]

Player Number, Name, Position

1. Adrian Urquizo, GK

2. Ezequiel Estrada, MF

3. Juan Fuentes, RB

4. Oscar Sandoval, DMF

5. Israel Espinoza

8. Kyle O'Brien, MF

9. Carlos Andrade, F

11. A'kwafei Ajeakwa, MF

13. Khalil Zaid

14. Quinn M. Harter, CB

16. Derek Solano

17. Juan Arellano, LW

19. Ruben Ortiz

20. Osvaldo Hernandez

21. Kramer Runager, F

22. Jordan Gorman, F

23. George Zuniga

See also[edit | edit source]


Others articles of the Topics Soccer in the United States AND Greater Los Angeles : 2017 Santa Ana Winds FC season, 2018 Orange County FC season, Santa Ana Winds FC (SoCal Premier), 2016 Santa Ana Winds FC season

Others articles of the Topic Soccer in the United States : 2017 Santa Ana Winds FC season, 2018 Orange County FC season, 2016 Santa Ana Winds FC season, Santa Ana Winds FC (SoCal Premier)

Others articles of the Topic Greater Los Angeles : Hollywood, United Plankton Pictures, ESA Talent Agency, Los Angeles, 2016 Santa Ana Winds FC season, Los Angeles, California, 2017 Santa Ana Winds FC season
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Santa Ana, California
Santa Ana Stadium
Lake Forest, California

References[edit | edit source]

  1. United Premier Soccer League (2018). "UPSL Pro Premier Western Conference Playoffs Culminate in Style". UPSLSoccer.com. United Premier Soccer League. Retrieved 2018-01-10.
  2. Omar Avalos (2018). "UPSL Playoff Review: Santa Ana Winds FC vs Orange County FC". The Angeltown Post. Omar Avalos. Retrieved 2018-01-10.

External links[edit | edit source]


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