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Denver Dynamite (soccer)
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Full name Denver Dynamite
Nickname(s) The Dynamite
Founded 2008
Stadium Denver Bladium
(Capacity: 1,000 seated; 1,200 standing room)
Operations Director Joe SaPereira
Head Coach Chris Handsor
League Professional Arena Soccer League
2008-2009 2nd; Western Division
First game November 1, 2008

3–5 Vs. Calgary United FC

(Calgary Sports Center)
Largest win March 1, 2009

22-9 Vs. Golden Strikers

(Goldengoal)
Largest defeat November 22, 2008

5–15 Vs. Stockton Cougars

(Stockton Arena)
Honors None
Home colors
Away colors

The Denver Dynamite are an American Arena soccer team, founded in 2008.

The team is a charter member of the Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL-Pro), the first division of arena (indoor) soccer in North America.

They will play their home matches at the 1,000 seat Denver Bladium in the city of Denver, Colorado for their second season. The team's colors are now red, gold and blue.

Contents

Current roster

"10th December 2009" Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 United States GK Justin Dzuba
4 United States DF Josh Fallin
5 United States DF Chris Miller
6 United States DF Jimmy Wade
7 United States DF Brett Ryals
8 United States MF Roby Monroe
9 United States FW Tony Avery
10 United States FW Ryan Slaughter
11 United States MF Kelly Robinson
12 United States DF Mario Carrillo
No. Position Player
14 United States MF Jay Hamilton
15 United States GK Danny Main
16 United States MF Jake Harris
17 United States GK Michael Archuleta
18 United States DF Chad Pearson
20 United States MF Tony Thomas
21 United States MF Travis Carey
22 Mexico MF Beto Hernandez
23 Canada FW Chris Handsor
24 United States DF John Molet

Year-by-year

Year Win Loss League Division Reg. Season Playoffs Avg. Attendance
2008-2009 9 7 PASL-Pro Western 2nd Place Quarterfinal 305
2009-2010 PASL-Pro Western
Totals 9 7 305

US Arena Soccer Open Cup

Year Win Loss Round
2008-2009 2 1 Quarterfinals
2009-2010
Totals 2 1

Copa America

Year Win Loss Group Place Playoffs
2008-2009 4 2 West 1st None
2009-2010 West
Totals 4 2

Playoff Record

Year Win Loss GF GA GD
2008-2009 0 1 9 10 "-1"
2009-2010
Total 0 1 9 10 "-1"

Honors

Championships

  • None

Division Titles

  • None

Head coaches

  • United States Mike Thompson (2008)
  • Canada Chris Handsor (2008-2009)
  • United States Chuck Estrada (2009)
  • United States John Wells (2009)
  • Canada Chris Handsor (2009-Present)

Assistant Coach

  • United States Chuck Estrada (2008, 2009-Present)
  • United States Jeremy Gibe (2009)

Technical Director / Goalkeeper Coach

  • United States Chuck Estrada (2009-Present)

Arenas

  • Denver Sports Center (2008)
  • Parker Fieldhouse (2009)
  • Denver Bladium (2009-Present)

Notes

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