FC Gold Pride was an American professional soccer club based in Santa Clara, California which participated in Women's Professional Soccer. The club replaced the San Jose CyberRays of the defunct Women's United Soccer Association as the top-level women's soccer team in the San Francisco Bay Area. FC Gold Pride moved to its final home of Pioneer Stadium on the campus of CSU East Bay in June 2010 after opening their 2010 home schedule at the Castro Valley High School Athletic Stadium. The club ceased operations in November 2010 after struggling financially and being unable to find new investors.

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  • Le Football Club Gold Pride, plus communément appelé FC Gold Pride, était un club franchisé de soccer féminin professionnel américain basé dans la ville de Santa Clara, en Californie. Le club était détenu par un groupe dirigé par Brian et Nancy NeSmith, le premier étant le PDG de Blue Coat Systems, l'équipe fut entraînée par l'américain Albertin Montoya jusqu'en 2010 et a participé au championnat de la Women's Professional Soccer en 2009 et 2010, et jouant ses matchs au Pioneer Stadium sur le campus de l'Université d'État de Californie à East Bay. Le 16 novembre 2010, la propriétaire de la franchise, Nancy NeSmith, annonce que l'équipe cesse immédiatement ses activités à cause de difficultés financières. (fr)
  • Der FC Gold Pride war ein US-amerikanisches Frauenfußball-Franchise aus Santa Clara, Kalifornien. Die Profimannschaft trat in den Spielzeiten 2009 und 2010 in der Women’s Professional Soccer an. Der Verein war Nachfolger der San Jose CyberRays, die in der Women’s United Soccer Association spielten. (de)
  • O FC Gold Pride é um clube de futebol dos Estados Unidos localizado em Santa Clara, Califórnia. A equipe estreou na Liga de futebol feminino dos Estados Unidos em 2009. (pt)
  • FC Gold Pride was een Amerikaanse voetbalclub die uitkwam op het hoogste niveau voor vrouwenvoetbal in Amerika, de Women's Professional Soccer. In 2010 ging de club failliet wegens het niet kunnen vinden van inversteerders. (nl)
  • FC Gold Pride was an American professional soccer club based in Santa Clara, California which participated in Women's Professional Soccer. The club replaced the San Jose CyberRays of the defunct Women's United Soccer Association as the top-level women's soccer team in the San Francisco Bay Area. FC Gold Pride moved to its final home of Pioneer Stadium on the campus of CSU East Bay in June 2010 after opening their 2010 home schedule at the Castro Valley High School Athletic Stadium. The club ceased operations in November 2010 after struggling financially and being unable to find new investors. (en)
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  • (Buck Shaw Stadium; 5 April 2009)
  • Boston Breakers1–2 FC Gold Pride
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  • (Kennesaw Soccer Stadium; 28 August 2010)
  • 6–1 vs.Atlanta Beat
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  • 1–3 vs.Chicago Red Stars
  • (Toyota Park; 12 July 2009)
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  • FC Gold Pride (en)
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  • Albertin Montoya (en)
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  • Der FC Gold Pride war ein US-amerikanisches Frauenfußball-Franchise aus Santa Clara, Kalifornien. Die Profimannschaft trat in den Spielzeiten 2009 und 2010 in der Women’s Professional Soccer an. Der Verein war Nachfolger der San Jose CyberRays, die in der Women’s United Soccer Association spielten. (de)
  • O FC Gold Pride é um clube de futebol dos Estados Unidos localizado em Santa Clara, Califórnia. A equipe estreou na Liga de futebol feminino dos Estados Unidos em 2009. (pt)
  • FC Gold Pride was een Amerikaanse voetbalclub die uitkwam op het hoogste niveau voor vrouwenvoetbal in Amerika, de Women's Professional Soccer. In 2010 ging de club failliet wegens het niet kunnen vinden van inversteerders. (nl)
  • FC Gold Pride was an American professional soccer club based in Santa Clara, California which participated in Women's Professional Soccer. The club replaced the San Jose CyberRays of the defunct Women's United Soccer Association as the top-level women's soccer team in the San Francisco Bay Area. FC Gold Pride moved to its final home of Pioneer Stadium on the campus of CSU East Bay in June 2010 after opening their 2010 home schedule at the Castro Valley High School Athletic Stadium. The club ceased operations in November 2010 after struggling financially and being unable to find new investors. (en)
  • Le Football Club Gold Pride, plus communément appelé FC Gold Pride, était un club franchisé de soccer féminin professionnel américain basé dans la ville de Santa Clara, en Californie.Le club était détenu par un groupe dirigé par Brian et Nancy NeSmith, le premier étant le PDG de Blue Coat Systems, l'équipe fut entraînée par l'américain Albertin Montoya jusqu'en 2010 et a participé au championnat de la Women's Professional Soccer en 2009 et 2010, et jouant ses matchs au Pioneer Stadium sur le campus de l'Université d'État de Californie à East Bay. (fr)
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  • FC Gold Pride (en)
  • FC Gold Pride (de)
  • Football Club Gold Pride (fr)
  • FC Gold Pride (nl)
  • Football Club Gold Pride (pt)
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