We’re happy to announce the Georgia Revolution FC Reserves will join the Atlanta District Amateur Soccer League for the 2016-2017 season.
“Georgia Revolution FC is unique to semi-pro sports because our players live in the Atlanta Metro area, making us an authentically local team. In staying with our goal of remaining a local team with national focus, fielding the Revs Reserves in Atlanta’s top amateur league allows us to continue identifying and developing local talent while preparing for the NPSL season,” according to GM Eric Morrison.
“We are thrilled to have such a highly competitive and prestigious club join our ranks. All of us are looking forward to the Revs Reserves being a part of the league for many years to come,” says Josh Bagriansky, the Vice President of the ADASL, “With almost 50-years of history, the ADASL has become the pillar of amateur soccer in Atlanta. We are committed to providing competitive soccer in a professional environment. This year, we are looking forward to one of our most competitive seasons yet.”
The Revs Reserves is a place for players who don’t play in college to continue to train at a high level. The team will have a few top players along with several developmental players who saw limited action with the NPSL team and some new faces. The ADASL team will also give Revs fans a chance to watch future stars while staying involved with the team during the NPSL off season.
The Georgia Revolution FC Reserves will play their home matches at the North Mt. Carmel Soccer Complex in Hampton. They plan to announce tryouts soon and are very excited to identify new local players who can help the team win in the ADASL and compete for a spot on the 2017 NPSL roster.