Cal Football Club (Cal FC) is an American soccer club based in Ventura County, California. The club was founded in 2006 and competes in the UPSL Premier Division, a fifth-tier United States Adult Soccer Association and Cal South affiliated league in Southern California. The team is coached by Keith Costigan Cal FC President and General Manager is Michael Friedman.

The 2012 USOC team was coached by former U.S. national team player and current Fox Soccer analyst, Eric Wynalda alongside his former co-host of Fox Football Fone-In, Nick Webster.

In 2012 the team entered into the USASA Region IV. The team placed 2nd over the well respected Doxa Italia club [2] and Cal FC earned a berth into the USOC.

The team received attention in the 2012 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, when the club upset 2012 PDL Champions Kitsap 3-1,[3] the USL Pro side Wilmington Hammerheads 4–0[4] and Major League Soccer side Portland Timbers 1–0 before losing to Seattle Sounders FC 5–0 in the fourth round of the tournament.

Cal FC became the first amateur team to beat an MLS club without needing penalty kicks, as well as the first from the USASA to do so (Dallas Roma F.C. had previously defeated Chivas USA in the 2006 tournament via penalty kicks)[5][6][7][8][9][10]

Cal FC, Doxa Italia, and PSA battled it out over the next few years. In 2013 Cal failed to Qualify for USOC after losing to Doxa Italia in the USASA Region IV tournament.[11] Cal FC qualified for the 2014, 2015, and 2016 editions of the tournament.[12][13][14]