Offside | Episode 01
Hang out with 1904 FC in Offside, a series bringing you closer to the club after the final whistle.
1904 FC | Beyond The Numbers
Up Close | Jean Antoine
“If you take your time and work on your craft, nobody can tell you that you aren’t good enough” – Jean Antoine
Highlights: 1904 FC 4 — 3 Oakland Roots
After 90 minutes of dramatic play, San Diego 1904 FC came out on top in a home match against the Oakland Roots at SDCCU Stadium.
1904 FC | The Pass 03
Jump in the game with 1904 FC as we play our first ever-home match at SDCCU Stadium.
Next Match | 1904 FC vs. Oakland Roots
No more waiting, let’s play!
Come support 1904 FC this Saturday, Sept. 28, as we take on the Oakland Roots at SDCCU Stadium. Action begins at 7:04 p.m.
Tickets available now: http://bit.ly/2Nnqixt
Highlights: 1904 FC 3 — 1 Cal United Strikers
See though our eyes how we took a group of players and built something greater, a team to represent San Diego.
Count down the days leading up to our historic first home match and relive our first training session, jersey reveal party, and NISA debut match with us.
Born in Haiti, Jean Gamain Aintoine has been a goalkeeper for local side ASC San Diego, where he lead the National Premier Soccer League in fewest goals allowed during a large part of the 2016 season. He was the starting goalie on 1904’s historic first match.
Nelson Blanco Flores
Nelson Blanco Flores is a forward from San Miguel, El Salvador. He was part of MLS side DC United’s youth academy until he signed a professional contract at age 17 with North Carolina FC of the USL Championship.
Moe Ernesto Espinoza
Eder Arreola, born in Chino Hills, California, is a midfielder who plays on the left wing. As a youth player, Arreola took to the field representing UCLA, and has played professionally for Delfines FC of Mexico’s Ascenso League, Galaxy II, Shirak SC in Armenia’s top division and the USL Championship’s Phoenix Rising.
Ozzie Ramos is a center mid from Ceres, California. As a collegiate player, Ramos played at San Diego State and at Seattle University after a student transfer. While in the northwest, he was picked up by the Seattle Sounders program in 2018.
Felipe Liborio has played locally for ASC San Diego, where he was a vital part of the club and earned NPSL player of the week nominations.