“The plans are to take Temecula FC all the way to the Professional leagues in the USA to reach the highest levels possible” said Brandon Jantz. Adding part owners and selling shares is all a part of that plan. With the World Cup coming to the USA in 2026, we anticipate massive growth at the minor league and professional levels of the game. Which makes now a great time to start thinking ahead. Temecula FC is currently registering players as amateur and has played 8 years in the NPSL, but have decided to make the change in 2022. Our youth players return to training Tuesday, with our first team returning for preseason training January 25th. We look to have a successful Spring season and US Open Cup Qualifying run in the Fall.
The plan is to grow soccer locally. Working towards building rivalries for our first team. While, also increasing the match day attendance and working toward owning/developing our own stadium. To recruiting local players, and growing our youth academy with Temecula Valley area youth. We will still be taking on players from outside Temecula and the USA, but the main focus will be local player development. Jantz added: “We don’t have a ceiling for mine and our new owners/investors ambitions. We accept that there’s some huge challenges in the USA, there’s going to be lots of changes along the way, but that’s where we are lucky to have great people involved locally and Internationally. The realistic target is achieving fully professional status in 2027.”
“We have a great set of youth players that have the potential to join the first team in the future. Which will then offer them fully professional contracts to play for Temecula FC.” he said. Temecula FC is gearing up for a great New Year and many more to come!