The Georgia Revolution owner tells us his vision for the club
-Ed. Note: Dirty South Soccer is proud to have Eric Morrison, owner and general manager of the Georgia Revolution of the National Premier Soccer League write a guest post for us. Below is a message from him in his own words.
In late 2015, some friends and I bought the Georgia Revolution. It’s a semi-professional team that has been playing in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL), the 4th Division of U.S. Soccer, for six years. When we purchased the team, one of our first decisions was to rename it the Georgia Revolution Football Club. That’s important because the plan is to build an authentically local Club, not just an NPSL team. Many quality adult players in the Atlanta metro area don’t go on to play in college, so playing options are limited. We want the Revs to be the Club these players can join and continue developing. For those with the skill and dedication to make our NPSL team, they have a national platform to display their talents.