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Bugeaters FC
Full nameNebraska Bugeaters FC
FoundedDecember 12, 2017; 2 years ago (2017-12-12)
GroundMorrison Stadium
Capacity6,000
OwnerJonathan Collura
ChairmanJonathan Collura
Head CoachScott Robertson
LeagueGPPL
20189-5-3
(3-2-3, 3rd UPSL Midwest Conf. West Div.)
WebsiteClub website
Home colors
Away colors
Third colors

Bugeaters FC are a semi-pro soccer team based in Omaha, Nebraska that currently competes in the Great Plains Premier League.

History[edit]

Bugeaters FC was announced as a United Premier Soccer League expansion team on December 12, 2017.[1] The club was founded by Nebraska native Jonathan Collura.[2]

The club's name is homage to the old nickname of native born Nebraskans as "Bugeaters."[3]

During their inaugural season, the Bugeaters played in Lincoln, Nebraska at Lincoln High School's Beechner Athletic Complex. For the 2019 Season, the club reached an agreement to play their home matches at Creighton University's Morrison Stadium in Omaha, Nebraska.[4] The 2019 season will be an entirely exhibition season and starting in 2020, Bugeaters FC will become members of the Great Plains Premier League, an expansion sister league/conference to the Gulf Coast Premier League.[5]

Year-by-Year[edit]

Season League Conference Regular season Position Conf. Playoffs National Playoffs U.S. Open Cup
GP W L D GF GA Pts Conf. Overall
2018 UPSL Midwest 8 3 2 3 17 15 12 3rd
(West Division)
N/A DNQ
2019 GCPL N/A Exhibition-only season N/A

Staff[edit]

Position Staff
Owner/Chairman Jonathan Collura
President Michael Doria
General Manager Jordan Bartels
Technical Director Aaron Champenoy
Head Coach Scott Robertson
Assistant Coach Jan Chjovan
Assistant Coach Aaron Onion

Last updated: April 29, 2018
Source: bugeatersfc.com: 1 2

Current roster[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Colombia GK Mateo Cuartas
6 United States MF Erik Fahner
7 United States MF JT Seger
8 Germany MF Florian Daut
9 England FW Danny Whitehall
12 United States FW Tanner Miller
14 England DF Luke Batters
16 England MF Jacob Pease
18 England MF Lewis Rathbone
19 United States DF Damien Austen
20 Hong Kong DF Aries Fung
21 Germany FW Tobias Maertzke
22 United States DF Sam Klos
23 England MF Cain Smith
24 United States DF Matt Waldoch
26 United States MF Aaron Onion
27 United States DF Joe Connolly
28 El Salvador MF Ariel "Ricky" Ayala-Reyes
29 Tajikistan MF Shahin Tavarov
30 United States FW Micah Lehenbauer
No. Position Player
31 United States DF Jonah Garbin
32 United States MF Johnathan Lopez
33 United States DF Cole Horner
34 United States FW Stefan Foulke
-- England GK Harry Wray
-- Haiti GK Bekenson Fortune
-- Sudan DF Manut Wol
-- Jamaica DF Jaaziel Thompson
-- United States DF Allen Castaneda
-- Peru MF Edwin Espinoza
-- Brazil MF Murilo Ceruli
-- United States MF Mohamed Lamine
-- United States MF Zach Barnes
-- United States MF Nate Miller
-- United States MF Caleb Osmond
-- Liberia MF Mike Paye
-- Ecuador FW Marcelo Hernandez
-- United States FW Drew Miller
-- England FW Mark Heath-Preston
-- United States FW Dakheel Sulaiman

[6]

References[edit]

  1. Robus, Clint (December 12, 2017). "Lincoln adding a UPSL development soccer team for spring 2018". Lincoln Journal Star. Lee Enterprises. Retrieved December 12, 2017.
  2. "Nebraska Bugeaters FC Launched in Lincoln". prleap.com. prleap. Retrieved December 12, 2017.
  3. Peters, Chris (December 12, 2017). "Soccer club coming to Lincoln in 2018 — with a name that's a nod to the past". Omaha World-Herald. Berkshire Hathaway. Retrieved December 12, 2017.
  4. "Bugeaters to play at Morrison Stadium". bugeatersfc.com. April 15, 2019. Retrieved April 29, 2019.
  5. "Bugeaters FC joins the Gulf Coast Premier League".
  6. Star, Lincoln Journal. "Bugeaters inaugural roster features plenty of state college flavor". JournalStar.com.

External links[edit]


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