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NPSL History

NPSL Champions

  • 2016 -- AFC Cleveland

  • 2015 -- New York Cosmos B

  • 2014 -- New York Red Bulls U23

  • 2013 -- RVA FC

  • 2012 -- FC LVU Sonic

  • 2011 -- Jacksonville United

  • 2010 -- Sacramento Gold

  • 2009 -- Sonoma County Sol

  • 2008 -- Pennsylvania Stoners

  • 2007 -- Southern California Fusion

  • 2006 -- Sacramento Knights

  • 2005 -- Detroit Arsenal

  • 2004 -- Utah Salt Rtz

  • 2003 -- Arizona Sahuaros

NPSL Awards

Mitre Golden Ball Award (Player of the Year)

  • 2016 -- Isacc Addai, Rhode Island Reds
  • 2015 -- Jon Ander Ibarrondo, Mrytle Beach Mutiny
  • 2014 -- Victor Manosalvas, New York Red Bulls U-23
  • 2013 -- Ross Middlemiss, Sonoma County Sol

 

Puma Golden Boot Award (Top Goal Scorer)

  • 2016 -- 18 Goals
    Isaac Addai, Rhode Island Reds; and Simon Rawnsley, CD Aguiluchos USA 
  • 2015 -- 12 Goals
    • Miguel Herlein, New York Cosmos B; and Simon Rawnsley, CD Aguiluchos USA
  • 2014 -- 12 Goals
    • Victor Manosalvas, New York Red Bulls U-23; Jason Jones, Sacramento Gold; and David Hernandez, Spartans FC

 

NPSL Golden Glove Award (Goalkeeper of the Year)

  • 2016 -- Gregory Hartley, Chattanooga FC
  • 2015 -- Gregory Hartley, Chattanooga FC
  • 2014 -- Gregory Hartley, Chattanooga FC

 

Alexander Arellano Memorial Trophy 

Established in 2013 in memory of Alexander Arellano, #1 Fan of Real San Jose and the NPSL.  

Awarded annually to the NPSL Coach of the Year.

  • 2016 -- Bill Elliott, Chattanooga FC
  • 2015 -- Bill Elliott, Chattanooga FC
  • 2014 -- Bill Elliott, Chattanooga FC
  • 2013 -- Grover Gibson, RVA FC

 

 


2015 Staples "Make More Happen" Goal of the Year

2016 to be announced.

2015: FC Wichita defender Kevin Ten Eyck’s goal against the Fort Worth Vaqueros on July 12th has been named the 2015 Staples "Make More Happen" Goal of the Year.  The goal was scored in Wichita’s final regular season match, a 4-0 win over the visiting Fort Worth Vaqueros.  "It's a bit of a surprise to be recognized as goal of the year, but I'm extremely honored,” Ten Eyck added. “It's pretty crazy how fast it went viral over all the social media platforms. The goal was indeed very popular on social media with over 129,000 views on YouTube alone. As a result of Ten Eyck's goal, a $1,000 donation was made by Staples to American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) Region 208.  The charity was selected by the leadership of FC Wichita.


2016 Global Scarves Supporter of the Year:  Rob Shafer, Grand Rapids FC

The National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) is proud to announce Grand Rapids FC supporter and Grand Army member Rob Shafer as the 2016 Global Scarves Supporter of the Year.

Shafer accumulated the most votes in an online voting contest that included nine finalists from across the NPSL.  The Grand Army will receive 50 free custom scarves from Global Scarves as a result of this award.

“We are very excited that Rob Shafer has been named Global Scarves Supporter of the Year,” Grand Rapids FC founder Matt Roberts said.  “He and the Grand Army have done a tremendous job of creating a true home field advantage for our players and coaches.  The atmosphere that Rob and the whole crew creates is second to none, and we couldn't be prouder that Rob has received this award.”


2015 All-Star Teams

2015 All-NPSL Team (voted on by members of the media)

  • John Neeskens, New York Cosmos B (Defender) 
  • Sean Rutter, Chattanooga FC (Defender)
  • Kevin Ten Eyck, FC Wichita (Defender)
  • Kendell McFayden, FC Buffalo (Defender)
  • Cyrus Saydee, Detroit City FC (Midfielder)
  • Ruben Bover, New York Cosmos B (Midfielder) 
  • Matt Clare, FC Wichita (Midfielder)   
  • William Mellors-Blair, Detroit City FC (Forward) 
  • Ross Middlemiss, CD Aguiluchos USA (Forward) 
  • Jon Ander Ibarrondo, Myrtle Beach Mutiny (Forward)
  • Gregory Hartley, Chattanooga FC (Goalkeeper)

2015 NPSL Supporters' XI Team (voted on by the NPSL’s fans and supporters)

  • Matt Ferguson, FC Buffalo (Defender) 
  • Sean Rutter, Chattanooga FC (Defender)
  • Kevin Ten Eyck, FC Wichita (Defender)
  • Josh Rogers, Detroit City FC (Defender)
  • Cyrus Saydee, Detroit City FC (Midfielder)
  • Chris Daly, Sonoma County Sol (Midfielder) 
  • Matt Clare, FC Wichita (Midfielder)   
  • William Mellors-Blair, Detroit City FC (Forward) 
  • Luke Winter, Chattanooga FC (Forward) 
  • Omar Nuno, Sonoma County Sol (Forward)
  • Gregory Hartley, Chattanooga FC (Goalkeeper)