Temecula FC’s relocation from Linfield to Galway Downs gives the club a chance to offer it’s supporters what they really want. Temecula FC’s new home not only keeps supporters just feet away from the football, but it also comes with beer and wine.
It’s hard to overstate the sheer magnitude of the project which Temecula FC has taken on to compete in the NPSL, but a new home at Galway Downs is a move in the right direction for players and supporters alike. Home of the Quails for the 2016 season is a perfectly manicured polo field which boasts the same sod as the StubHub Center.
The Club not only will be able to play home matches on a grass surface for the first time but will also be able to sell beer and wine which is the number one thing our supporters have been asking for over the past two seasons. Watching a football match and having a pint is what everyone in every football loving country can offer and now we can as well.
Galway Downs is acknowledged as one of the finest polo fields and has some of the best views in the valley. Temecula FC is excited to be able to host NPSL clubs on a better field but also be able to provide a great atmosphere for the supports attending our matches.
Temecula FC announced its move to a new venue, situated at Galway Downs, on March, 4th 2016, and already has plenty of interest from supporters and sponsors. April 23rd at 5 p.m. will be the first ever match at Galway Downs for Temecula FC as we host expansion team SoCal Sports club.
“We are very excited to be working with Galway Downs and hope this will be home to Temecula FC for many years to come,” said club owner Brandon Jantz.