Detroit City Football Club (DCFC) is Detroit, Michigan’s local professional soccer team. The team was founded in 2012 and played at Detroit’s Cass Technical High School until 2015. For the 2016 season, the team moved to Keyworth Stadium in Hamtramck, Michigan. The team’s nickname is Le Rouge.
As of the 2022 season, the team plays in USL Championship (USLC). From 2019 to 2021, the team played in National Independent Soccer Association (NISA). Before that, the team played in National Premier Soccer League (NPSL).
DCFC is the NISA 2020–2021 Season Champion and NISA 2021 Season Champion. The team has many other honors in both NISA and NPSL.
Fletcher Sharpe reports Detroit City Football Club news for Daily Detroit.
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Several weeks ago, the Detroit City FC announced plans for a new stadium. Well, there’s good news for team supporters, the City of Hamtramck, and old Keyworth stadium, because the plans were approved on Wednesday. In a statement, DCFC co-owner Sean Mann said “We greatly appreciate Hamtramck Public Schools seeing the potential of this public private Read More…
Detroit City FC made a big move on Wednesday, submitting a proposal to the Hamtramck School Board to fund renovation work on the 79-year-old Keyworth Stadium. The goal of the project is to turn the statdium into the new home field for the football club. Detroit City FC started four years ago and have enjoyed a steady Read More…
Hello again Detroit! Here we are on the cusp of yet another weekend of summer good timing in the city we love, and there is a ton of great stuff going on this weekend in and around the city. With that in mind, don’t forget to check out our events calendar to stay in the loop with everything Read More…