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Capitals Season Passes – $30 for 5 matches

BRSC Capitals Season Passes

Baton Rouge’s own semi-professional soccer team is kicking off its 8th season and is looking to make some noise in the Gulf Coast Premier League but they need your help. Capitals season passes are on sale now for only $30. Each pass is valid for one adult entry into all five (5) BRSC Capitals home matches. Each pass also includes a Rep The Red Stick sticker. Kids 13 and under get in free with any BRSC jersey. Tickets purchased at the gate will be $10 for adults and $7 for youth (18 and under).

Games will feature local and regional semi-professional players. Coach Craig Scott will lead the team this season with an experienced GPSL staff that includes Caleb Bush, Adel Ahmed, Patrick Bueno (coach and player), and Goalkeepers Coach Richard Rollins.

Sponsorship opportunities are available and can be found here.

Concessions will be provided by Papi’s Fajita Factory at each match with fresh-made tacos, nachos, margaritas, and beers.

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  3. Purchase your season pass or individual tickets for May 13th
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  • Ordering multiple tickets will send 2 emails, the first email with the receipt and 1st ticket, the second email containing the remaining tickets (check your junk inbox)
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  • If you are an Android user, a screenshot of your ticket will work, or you can download the free “Passes” app from the PlayStore and store your wallet there
  • Another way to access your tickets and passes are by signing into your slocaltix account and clicking the ticket stub button at the bottom

BRSC Capitals 2023 Schedule Release

Capitals 2023 Schedule

Baton Rouge, LA (April 13th) – The Gulf Coast Premier League (GCPL) released the 2023 men’s division schedule for the league’s 7th season. The BRSC Capitals will open up league play on Saturday, May 13 versus Central Louisiana FC at Olympia Stadium.

The BRSC Capitals will start with the first three games at home before hitting the road for four consecutive weeks. That brutal road stretch begins with a contest versus defending champion Gaff FC followed by 1-10 rivals Crescent City FC. The next two matches include Southern States SC and the return of Louisiana Krewe with the introduction of their new second team.

The final home game will take place on July 8th at home against Gaffa FC.

The GCPL announced several new expansions over the spring to bring the league to three conferences totaling 17 teams. 

7:15 pm
Olympia Stadium

BRSC Capitals vs Central Louisiana FC

7:15 pm
Olympia Stadium

BRSC Capitals vs Southern States SC

7:00 pm
Olympia Stadium

BRSC Capitals vs Louisiana Krewe II

7:15 pm
Freedom Ridge Stadium

Gaffa FC vs BRSC Capitals

7:15 pm

Crescent City FC vs BRSC Capitals

7:15 pm
The Oakes Facility

Southern States SC vs BRSC Capitals

7:00 pm

Louisiana Krewe II vs BRSC Capitals

7:15 pm
Olympia Stadium

BRSC Capitals vs Crescent City FC

7:00 pm
Louisiana Christian College

Central Louisiana FC vs BRSC Capitals

7:15 pm
Olympia Stadium

BRSC Capitals vs Gaffa FC



BRSC Capitals 2023 Tryouts

BRSC Capitals 2023 Tryouts

It’s time to Rep the Red Stick! Tryouts for the 2023 BRSC Capitals are now here. Tryouts will be held Monday, April 10, and April 17 from 6:00 – 7:30 at Olympia Stadium. The BRSC Capitals are an extension of the BRSC Player Pathway. It allows our top club players, collegiate players, and semi-professionals to showcase their skills in a highly respected regional league.

The Gulf Coast Premier League (GCPL) serves as the leader in amateur soccer along the gulf coast.  The BRSC Capitals will compete in the Central Conference of the GCPL Premier League against conference foes Crescent City FC, Gaffa FC, Central Louisiana FC, Louisiana Krewe II, and Southern States SC.



United States’ Top Regional Premier Leagues Agree To Create National Alliance

The Alliance of Regional Premier League Will Serves to Establish Joint Minimum OperatingStandards and Crown the National Amateur League Champion

NEW ORLEANS, LA (SEPTEMBER 19, 2022) – The Alliance of Regional Premier Leagues, a new coalition of the United States’ top amateur leagues, has convened and agreed to represent its members as one, unified force.

All Alliance members wish to cooperate to maintain and promote high-level amateur soccer, and each believes that forming the Alliance will benefit the leagues and all national amateur soccer competitions.

In accordance with its first objective, the Regional Premier Leagues have sent a letter to the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) offering to explore a tournament to determine the National Amateur League Champion.

Leadership from the Atlantic Coast Premier League, Cascadia Premier League, Eastern Premier Soccer League, Gulf Coast Premier League, Midwest Premier League, Mountain Premier League, and Southwest Premier League all signed the Regional Premier Leagues’ founding agreement.

“We want what’s best for amateur players and young players looking to find their way up toward careers in the game. The Alliance of Regional Premier League creates a powerful advocating voice for that athlete,” said Eastern Premier Soccer League President Mo Sheta. “This is a historic moment for the game in the United States. The Alliance creates a bond at the amateur ranks that USASA and U.S. Soccer must recognize.”

Alliance members will retain all current partnerships and sponsorships, and collaborate with USASA to strengthen relationships within the entire amateur structure.

“The Alliance is a vital next step for the regional leagues to achieve a stronger voice within U.S. Soccer and on the national soccer landscape,” said Southwest Premier League President Matt Morse. “Some regional leagues have been around so much longer than the professional leagues, and we want to harness that heritage and history to create a better future for amateur clubs and amateur athletes.”

Each potential new member applicant must be affiliated with an organizational member of US Soccer or sanctioned by US Soccer and will be admitted upon a two-thirds (66.7 percent) affirmative vote.

Baton Rouge United Rebrands as BRSC Capitals

Baton Rouge, LA (April 5th) – Baton Rouge Soccer Club and former owner of PDL outfit, Baton Rouge Capitals, Mr. James Vilas, have partnered in rebranding the club’s men’s Baton Rouge United brand as BRSC Capitals; representing both the BRSC academy and the Baton Rouge Capitals.

“I’m very excited about this partnership,” said BRSC Capitals newly appointed GM, James Vilas. “Bringing back the essence of the Capitals brand and merging with a strong academy like BRSC will allow us to have the best of what Baton Rouge can offer.”

The Baton Rouge Capitals were formed in 2007, owned by Mr. Vilas, and competed in the USL Premier Development League (PDL), currently USL2. Former Baton Rouge Soccer Club Director of Coaching, Bo Cassidy, was the Capitals’ first appointed coach. The club competed for three seasons under Mr. Vilas before being acquired by a new owner, Dr. John Hamide, in early 2010. Under Dr. Hamide the club competed for two seasons, reaching the national semifinals in 2010, before folding in late 2011. The Capitals were home to many outstanding players such as Joseph Lapira and Patrick Mullins, both Hermann Trophy winners, and others who went on to play professionally, including two current Louisiana native MLS players, Patrick (Toronto FC), and Justin Portillo (Real Salt Lake).

Baton Rouge Soccer Club, joined the GCPL in 2017 under the brand, Baton Rouge United, and has struggled to find their footing in the GCPL. In their latest season (2019), the club would only record one win with a goal differential of (-29).

“The efforts to bring a competitive men’s side to our club has always been an ambition,” said BRSC Executive Director, Louie Smothermon. “Having someone like Mr. Vilas, who has a strong connection with a lot of the high-level local adult players, gives us a chance to build a much deeper player pool.”

In addition to rebranding efforts and bringing in a GM with strong local connections, the club has hired Rafa Amaya Jr. as their newest head coach. Amaya has had a decorated history as both a coach and a player. On the pitch Amaya Jr. was a member of the United States U-17 National Team and went on to earn back-to-back national championships as a midfielder at Tyler Junior College (2009 & 2010). He helped the Apaches post a 41-0-1 record during his two seasons and then he went on to play two seasons at Liberty. While at Liberty, Amaya Jr. helped the Flames to a Big South conference title and NCAA tournament appearance.

“I’m looking forward to this opportunity,” commented Amaya Jr. “I’ve recently moved to the area and have become more acclimated to the culture in Baton Rouge. The sport is more popular in this city than you would think and the local talent is strong.”

Before coming to Baton Rouge Rafa was the Director of Video Analysis for New Mexico United of the USL Pro and was a member of the Region IV OPD Staff. Amaya Jr.’s coaching career includes stints with NCAA programs, Creighton University, and Penn State University, having helped lead Penn State to their 18th Big Ten Championship.

“I think we have done a great job of restructuring this program,” added Smothermon. “We have built a strong team who has some great experience at this level. We expect to field a very competitive team this season.”

BRSC Capitals will play all of their home games out of BREC Olympia Stadium.

Link to the original news release: Baton Rouge United Rebrands as BRSC Capitals 

“The Gulf Coast Premier League (GCPL) serves as the leader in amateur soccer along the gulf coast region of the United States, offering a pathway for players pursuing their competitive careers further and assisting our member clubs to organically grow in their communities. The GCPL is sanctioned by the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA); a member of the United States Soccer Federation (USSF).

The GCPL is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization organized and operated with the ultimate goal of growing soccer and soccer culture in the gulf coast.”

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