The Third Beercelona season is notable as the first in which they donned the now famous Green and Gold strip. Played in the heat of the Florida summer it was a grueling affair that pushed the players (who yield mainly from the British Isles and Northern States of America) to their physical limits. Nevertheless they were able to register more wins and points than the season before, aswell as improving their defensive record.
The squad that started the season was very different to the one that ended it. Die hard fans still look to the starting team as one of the best that ever wore the jersey, with many now firmly established in the pantheon of club legends. In truth, before contracts started ending a few games into the season the team played some of it's best ever football and recorded some of it's finest results. Following the departure of Elliot (arguably the finest defender) and Sergison (in a very rich vein of goalscoring form that season) the team struggled at both ends for a while before regaining some poise and momentum towards the back end. The defense was solid in the main though and only conceded more than three goals on one occasion (Tigre's).
|Stephen Squibbs||Gavin Webber||David Sergison|
|Peter Hannah||Leon Elliot||Conor Murdoch|
|Andrew Butt||Connor Hall||Mackenzie Sanborn|
|Ryan Buczman||Joe Hart||David Slocum|
|Paul Joseph||Ben Unyolo||Alex Sandor|
LEAGUE RECORD Edit
|David Sergison||5||5||1||Top Scorer|
|Connor Hall||7||1||0||Goal of the Season|
*denotes active player