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Lansing United

Lansing United
Full name Lansing United
Nickname(s) LanU
Founded 2014
Ground Archer Stadium
East Lansing, MI
Ground Capacity 1,500
Owner Jeremy Sampson
Head Coach Nate Miller
League National Premier Soccer League
Website Club home page

Lansing United is an American professional soccer club based in East Lansing, Michigan, currently playing in the Midwest Region of the NPSL.[1] The club made its debut in May 2014.[2]

Stadium

The team plays its home matches at Archer Stadium in the East Lansing Soccer Complex in East Lansing, Michigan. On July 13, 2014, Lansing United had an attendance record of 2,014 at DeMartin Stadium on the Michigan State University campus.[3]

Honors

Domestic League

  • Midwest Region – Great Lakes West Conference (NPSL)
    • Champions (1): 2014
  • Midwest Region (NPSL)
    • Playoff champions (1): 2014

Year-by-year

Year Tier League Regular season Playoffs U.S. Open Cup
2014 4 NPSL 1st of 5, Midwest-Great Lakes West (8–2–4) National Semifinal Not eligible
2015 4 NPSL 6th of 13, Midwest (6-4-2) Did not qualify Second Round

Current season

2015 NPSL Midwest Region Standings

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Madison 56ers (C) 12 9 1 2 30 19 +11 28 2015 NPSL Midwest Region playoffs
2 Detroit City FC 12 8 2 2 30 14 +16 26
3 AFC Cleveland 12 8 2 2 30 10 +20 26
4 Indiana Fire 12 7 3 2 22 10 +12 24
5 FC Buffalo 12 6 4 2 24 16 +8 22
6 Lansing United 12 6 2 4 16 14 +2 20
7 Erie Commodores FC 12 5 0 7 24 27 −3 15
8 Minnesota United FC Reserves 12 4 2 6 18 25 −7 14
9 Michigan Stars FC 12 4 1 7 17 21 −4 13
10 Cincinnati Saints 12 4 1 7 14 21 −7 13
11 FC Indiana Lions 12 2 3 7 15 32 −17 9
12 Fort Pitt FC Regiment 12 2 2 8 12 26 −14 8
13 Minnesota Twin Stars 12 1 1 10 13 30 −17 4
Updated to match(es) played on July 22, 2015. Source: NPSL standings
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head to head; 3) goal differential in head to head results; 4) wins; 5) total goal differential; 6) fewest losses; 7) coin toss
(C) Champion.

Historic record vs opponents

Legend
0-0-0 Win-Loss-Draw
0-0 Win-Loss
* No games played
Opponent Regular season Playoffs U.S. Open Total Played Win %
AFC Cleveland 0-1-1 * * 0-1-1 2 0.250
Cincinnati Saints 1-1-0 * * 1-1-0 2 0.500
Detroit City FC 1-2-1 * * 1-2-1 4 0.375
Erie Commodores FC[A] 2-0-0 * * 2-0-0 2 1.000
FC Buffalo 1-1-0 * * 1-1-0 2 0.500
Fort Pitt FC Regiment 1-0-1 1-0 * 2-0-1 3 0.833
Indiana Fire 1-0-3 * * 1-0-3 4 0.625
Louisville City FC * * 0-1 0-1-0 1 0.000
Madison 56ers 1-0-0 * * 1-0-0 1 1.000
Michigan Stars FC 4-1-0 * * 4-1-0 5 0.800
Minnesota Twin Stars 1-0-0 * * 1-0-0 1 1.000
Minnesota United FC Reserves 1-0-0 1-0 * 2-0-0 2 1.000
New York Red Bulls U-23 * 0-1 * 0-1-0 1 0.000
RWB Adria * * 0-0-1
(1-0 PKs)
0-0-1 1 0.500
Total 14-6-6 2-1 0-1-1 16-8-7 31 0.629
  • Note: Table includes all competitive matches and does not include friendlies.
  • Updated to end of 2015 season
Notes
  1. ^ A Erie Admirals S.C. were renamed Erie Commodores FC in 2015.

References

  1. ^ http://www.nationalpremiersoccerleague.com/home/759302.html
  2. ^ http://lanunited.com/newspage/first-npsl-match-lansing-united-indiana-fire-draw-0-0/
  3. ^

External links

  • Official team site
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