Michigan Stars FC is a professional soccer team based in the Metro Detroit area. The club competes in the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA), the third division of American soccer.
Michigan Stars FC Youth Development System
The Michigan Stars Football Club (MSFC) is a history-rich soccer club that has enhanced the lives of both youth and adults through sport. MSFC was created with a vision to bring top-notch, high-quality soccer to local communities.
In working towards this goal, MSFC continues to instill the importance of teamwork to its members and fans alike as the platform from which MSFC effectively grows its community involvement, business partnerships, and fan base to create a thriving, family-friendly entertainment hub in Metro-Detroit.
Michigan Stars FC Recruitment Trials
At the time of this writing, there is no official academy/trial information for Michigan Stars FC. Please come back at a later date while we monitor this club or click here to visit their official news section for more information.
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Michigan Stars FC History
The Michigan Stars were formerly known as the Windsor FC Spartans when they entered the National Premier Soccer League in 1998. After that, they changed their name to the FC Sparta Michigan. However, in 2014 the team was purchased by Dearborn Sports Enterprise (DSE) and relaunched as Michigan Stars FC. This took place in January of that year.
The club was acquired in November 2018 and immediately began the process of reorganizing its business operations in preparation for its return to competition in the NPSL in 2019. Following the conclusion of the Michigan Stars’ participation in the 2019 NPSL league season, the team moved on to compete in the 2019 NPSL Members Cup.
The NPSL season was prolonged as a result of the competition known as the Members Cup. There were a total of six teams competing in the Members Cup. The team was then purchased at the beginning of September, and on September 21, 2019, it was announced that Michigan Stars FC would be joining the National Independent Soccer Association as an expansion team. This meant that the team would compete in the league’s Spring season alongside other Member’s Cup teams.
Michigan Stars FC Stadium
Washington Township is home to a sports venue known as Barnabo Field. Barnabo Field is located close to Romeo Engineering and Technology Center and Powell Middle School, all of which are in the neighborhood.
Romeo High School’s athletic teams and the Michigan Stars FC, which is associated with the NISA, call this venue home. The stadium can accommodate around 4,000 people inside its seating capacity.