We are KINGSTON STOCKADE FOOTBALL CLUB.   We are a men's semi-professional soccer club based in Kingston, NY.  We compete in the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL), which is in the 4th division of the US soccer pyramid.  Keep in touch by joining our email list below or by following us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Our 2019 season is over and we finished with a 7-3-4 record (W-L-D). It was an amazing season (including an 11 game unbeaten streak!) but sadly not enough to make the 2019 playoffs. Next year is just around the corner – check back soon for info on our 2020 Season Tickets.

Sat 5/4 vs. NY Cosmos 2-0 Loss
Sat 5/11 @ Rough Diamonds 1-1 Draw
Sat 5/18 @ Rhode Island Reds
2-1 Win
Fri 5/24 vs. NY Athletic Club
1-0 Win
Sun 5/26 vs. Hartford City FC
1-0 Win
Wed 5/29
@ Brooklyn Italians 1-1 Draw
Sun 6/2 vs. Rhode Island Reds 3-0 Win
Fri 6/7 @ NY Athletic Club 2-0 Win
Sun 6/9 vs. Rough Diamonds GL
3-0 Win
Sat 6/15 @ Hartford City FC
1-1 Draw
Sat 6/22 vs. Boston City FC 3-0 Win
Wed 6/26 vs. Brooklyn Italians 2-2- Draw
Sun 6/30 @ Boston City 4-2 Loss
Sat 7/6 @ NY Cosmos
6-0 Loss

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For Behind-the-Scenes info:
Our club is a leader in the "open source soccer" movement – bringing transparency and data to the process of building lower level soccer clubs.  For a more behind-the-scenes look at our founding and club operations (finances, attendance, streaming, etc.), take a look at the following blog posts:

Post #1: Pre-season 2016 β€” So, Let’s Build A Professional Soccer Team From Scratch …

Post #2: Post-season 2016 β€” Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Operating a Division 4 Soccer Club (But Were Afraid to Ask)

Post #3: Pre-season 2017 β€” The β€œOpen Source Soccer” Approach to Creating a Killer Second Season

Post #4: August 2017 β€” On Enabling Change in the US Soccer Pyramid β€” Bottom-Up and Top-Down

Post #5: Post-season 2017 β€” More Data Than You Could Ever Possibly Process From Our Soccer Club’s 2nd Season in the NPSL

Post #6: Pre-season 2018 β€” Stockade FC going into 2018/Season #3 – Thoughts on the US Open Cup, Goal Setting, and the β€œSo now what?” of Lower Division Soccer