The soccer program's over-arching goal is to bring home national titles to the New York Athletic Club. Everything we do, from winter practice in the gymnasium, to competition in the best leagues, to attendance at Club events, helps to improve our level of play and cohesiveness on the field, and brings us steps closer to our goal.

The New York Athletic Club men's and women's team competes in the most competitive amateur leagues in the country; the Cosmopolitan Soccer League, the National Premier Soccer League and the Women's Premier Soccer League.

The NYAC soccer program is affiliated with the United States Adult Soccer Association through which we participate in the men's and women's annual National Cup competition, winning the women's national title in 2007 and 2010. The women are the current 2014 national champions of the USASA open cup.

NYAC players feel privileged to be a part of our team. The organization based on three pillars of achievement: ability, reliability and character. These are our three pillars of excellence and all must be present in all of our athletes.

The Soccer program, players and staff have enormous gratitude to the New York Athletic Club and its members who supports our teams. Our home games are at Travers Island and we hope to see you at an upcoming competition.

Soccer Accordion

Soccer Accordion

Team Schedule

Reserves Kickoff at 10am, Firsts at 12pm

Date Venue Opponent Details
Sunday, March 5th: TBD TBD @ NY Shamrocks
(Regular Season)
Saturday, March 12th Travers Island vs. Richmond County FC
(Regular Season)
Sunday, March 19th McCarren Park @ Polonia SC
(Regular Season)
Sunday, March 26th TBD NYAC Reserves vs. Missile Reserves
(State Cup Semifinal)
Sunday, April 2nd Travers Island vs. Zum Schneider FC 03 II
(Regular Season)
Sunday, April 16th: TBD TBD @ Missile FC
(Regular Season)
Sunday, April 23rd Travers Island vs. FC Sandzak
(Regular Season)
Sunday, May 7th Travers Island vs. Kelmendi FC NY
(Regular Season)
Sunday, May 14th Travers Island vs. Borgetto FC
(Regular Season)
Sunday, May 21st: TBD TBD @ Central Park Rangers Red
(Regular Season)
Sunday, June 4th: TBD TBD @ Manhattan Kickers
(Regular Season)




  • Alisha Moran
  • Tatiana Saunders
  • Jillian Mastroianni
  • Chelsea DeLiberto


  • Ryan Sullivan
  • James Peters
  • Ian Pilarski
  • Patrick Viray
  • John Stamatis
  • Michael Giammanco
  • John NolanIstvan Leovits


Women's Team

  • Bill Saporito (acting)

Men's Team

Head Coach
  • Erik Bagwell
Reserve Team Coach/Chairman
  • Bill Saporito

Program Highlights

Men's Program

The National Premier Soccer league (NPSL) is a Men's highly competitive soccer league with teams all across the United States. In 2011, the NPSL has become truly a national league with the addition of a Southeastern region. Each team plays a minimum of 10 to a maximum of 16 regular season games. The teams are comprised of players who play at the highest levels of soccer available to men. The NPSL league is sanctioned by the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) as an affiliate of the United States Soccer Federation (USSF), the ruling body for soccer in the United States and FIFA the world's ruling body for soccer.

The NPSL operates and is managed as a team run league. This highly competitive men's league helps all the teams gains access to elite players to fill their team roster, including but not limited to National Team, former and current University and College, foreign, amateur, former professional and youth players.

The league prides itself on Integrity, Success and Longevity and has established the following goals:

  • Provide the highest level of Men's soccer and strive to continuously raise the overall standard of play
  • Pursue every avenue of promotion, advertising and community involvement to create public awareness and interest in the NPSL
  • Ensure that all teams enter the league with and maintain financial stability

Women's Program

The Women's Premier Soccer league is an independent national league whose main focus is on the development of highly competitive amateur women's soccer teams. The WPSL also makes every effort to bring quality soccer to all levels of the community and to promote the stature of female athletes as role models for our youth.

The WPSL is sanctioned by the United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) as an affiliate of the United States Soccer Federation (USSF), the ruling body of soccer in the United States and FIFA the world's ruling body for soccer.

The New York Athletic Club plays in the East Division of the WPSL. League games are in the New York metro area, southern New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Home games are played at Travers Island field.

USASA National Cup

The New York Athletic Club Men's and Women's soccer teams participate in the USASA National Cup Competition. In both 2007, 2010 and 2014, the women's team brought home The Cup to the NYAC.

The National Cups Competition is the oldest and most prestigious soccer tournament in the United States. For anyone who is a member of a team playing in a league of four or more teams affiliated with the United States Soccer Federation and the United States Adult Soccer Association. The competition began in 1914 for the Men's Open Cup. In 1923, the Men's Amateur Cup was added. In 1980 the Women's Amateur and over 30 cups were started.

About the USASA

The United States Adult Soccer Association (USASA) is the premier national soccer organization dedicated to participation in, enjoyment and growth of adult soccer across America. We are recognized for providing leadership and valued programs, resources and services to support our member organizations, making "Soccer - your game for life".

The mission of the USASA is guided by shared values of transparency, inclusiveness, integrity, diversity and tradition. As a member of the US Soccer family, USASA's mission is:

  • Administer, develop, and promote participation in adult soccer within the United States through a safe and positive playing experience at all levels.
  • Identify, model and facilitate adoption of governance and administrative best practices for member organizations.
  • Promote the vision and all activities of the USASA and its member organizations to make soccer your game for life.
  • Assist member organizations and local communities in developing, improving and securing quality soccer fields and facilities
  • Provide competitions and programs that encourage participation and growth of member organizations
  • Promote quality and consistency in education, training and certification of referees, coaches, and administrators
  • Develop, strengthen and promote a unified soccer community