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San Francisco Soccer Football League
Providing the highest level of men's semi-professional soccer in California since 1902

Olympic Club

Premier Division, 2018

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Team News

  • 2015 O30 National Champions (Virginia Beach, VA)
  • 2015 National Amateur Semi-Finalist (Virginia Beach, VA)
  • 2015 Region IV Amateur Champions (Davis, CA)
  • 2015 Region IV O30 Champions (Davis, CA)
  • 2014 Premier Division Regular Season Champions
  • 2014 SFSFL Majors Division Champions
  • 2014 National O30 Runner Up (Salt Lake City, UT)
  • 2014 RegionIV O30 Champions (Provo, UT)
  • 2012 National Open Amateur Semi-Finalist (Chicago, IL)
  • 2012 Region IV Open Amateur Champions (Seattle, WA)
  • 2012 Region IV O30 Runner Up (Seattle, WA)
  • 2010 National Open Amateur Semi-Finalist (Philadelphia, PA)
  • 2010 Region IV Open Amateur Champions (Sacramento, CA)
  • 2010 Region IV O30 Runner Up (Sacramento, CA)
  • 2007 SFSFL 1st Division Champions
  • 2004 SFSFL 2st Division Champions
  • 2002 SFSFL 3rd Division Champions

Team History

The Olympic Club team dominated the northern California field in the early days, and in 1916 the San Francisco Soccer League was organized with The Olympic Club among the eight charter members. Olympians won their first California states title in 1921 and since then have won the league title 14 times, and have finished in the runner-up spot ten times.

The 1932 team accomplished a then unprecedented double by winning both the city and state titles under the coaching of John Young. In 1933 an all-star San Francisco team, which included Olympians Ted Thorton, Carl Wolters, Bob Thompson, and K.B. Hansen, met and defeated an all-star aggregation from Los Angeles in a four-game series. The 1932-33 team won the league title, and boosted the Olympian record to 41 victories against three defeats and 12 ties. The team went on to win the /state Cup for the second year in a row.

The following year Olympic booters won the city title for the fifth straight time, defeating the rovers, 2-0, in the decider.

Olympic Club soccer enthusiasts continued their competition through the war years at a slackened pace, but in 1946 again came to the fore when they won the State Cup by downing the Los Angeles Scots, who had won the title five times.

Team Schedule

DAY DATE TIME VENUE OPPONENT RES SCO COMP STAT
Sun Mar. 4 11:15 Boxer Stadium SFIAC -- -- league rainout
Sun Mar. 11 9:30 Boxer Stadium SF Hibernian FC D 1-1 league scheduled
Sun Mar. 18 1:00 Boxer Stadium Mexicali -- -- league rainout
Sun Mar. 25 3:00 Boxer Stadium Club Marin -- -- league rainout
Sun Apr. 8 11:00 Beach Chalet 2 SF Corinthians L 1-3 league scheduled
Sun Apr. 15 9:00 Beach Chalet 2 SF Celtic SC W 4-1 league scheduled
Sun Apr. 22 11:15 Boxer Stadium SF City FC L 1-2 league scheduled
Sun Apr. 29 3:00 Boxer Stadium SF Glens SC W 3-1 league scheduled
Sun May. 6 9:00 Beach Chalet 2 Mezcala SC W 7-1 league scheduled
Sun May. 20 1:00 Boxer Stadium SF Vikings SC W 4-2 league scheduled
Sun Jun. 3 9:30 Boxer Stadium United SC W 3-0 league scheduled
Sun Jun. 10 9:00 Crocker Amazon 1 SFIAC -- -- league postponed
Sun Jun. 17 3:00 Beach Chalet 1 SF Hibernian FC W 6-2 league scheduled
Sun Jun. 24 10:00 Pollicita Field Mexicali W 8-1 league scheduled
Sun Jul. 1 12:45 Beach Chalet 1 United SC D 2-2 league scheduled
Sun Jul. 8 11:15 Boxer Stadium Club Marin W 2-1 league scheduled
Sun Jul. 15 3:00 Boxer Stadium SF Corinthians W 4-2 league scheduled
Thu Jul. 19 8:00 Crocker Amazon 3 SFIAC W 4-3 league scheduled
Sun Jul. 22 1:00 Boxer Stadium SF Celtic SC W 4-1 league scheduled
Sun Jul. 29 1:00 Crocker Amazon 4 SF City FC W 4-1 league scheduled
Sun Aug. 5 11:15 Boxer Stadium SF Glens SC W 5-1 league scheduled
Sun Aug. 12 1:00 Boxer Stadium Mezcala SC W 4-1 league scheduled
Sun Aug. 19 9:30 Boxer Stadium SF Vikings SC W 6-1 league scheduled
Sun Aug. 26 11:15 Boxer Stadium SFIAC W 1-0 league scheduled
Sun Sep. 9 1:00 Boxer Stadium Mexicali W 10-0 league scheduled
Sun Sep. 16 3:00 Boxer Stadium Club Marin D 1-1 league scheduled
Sun Sep. 30 9:00 Boxer Stadium Club Marin W 5-4 playoff scheduled
Sun Oct. 7 11:00 Boxer Stadium Mezcala SC W 5-2 cup scheduled
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Division Standings

Premier Division, 2018
TC TEAM NAME P W L D F GF GA GD PTS

Olympic Club 22 17 2 3 0 85 28 57 54

SF Vikings SC 22 11 5 6 0 56 42 14 39

Mezcala SC 22 12 7 3 0 49 39 10 39

Club Marin 22 11 7 4 0 45 36 9 37

SF Celtic SC 22 11 9 2 0 50 37 13 35

United SC 22 9 7 6 0 40 28 12 33

SF City FC 22 9 9 4 0 37 36 1 31

SF Glens SC 22 8 9 5 0 51 55 -4 29

SFIAC 22 9 12 1 0 36 39 -3 28

SF Hibernian FC 22 8 12 2 0 28 47 -19 26

SF Corinthians 22 5 12 5 0 31 45 -14 20

Mexicali 22 0 19 3 0 15 91 -76 3

Premier 1st Pl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Premier 2nd Pl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Premier 3rd Pl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Premier 4th Pl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Winner of Prem 1st v. 4th Pl 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Winner of Prem 2nd v. 3rd Pl. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sorted by - Pts, GD, GF, GA