USA NISA 04/19 23:00 - Michigan Stars vs Georgia Lions FC - View
USA NISA 04/27 23:00 - Michigan Stars vs Club de Lyon FC - View
USA NISA 05/04 23:00 - Michigan Stars vs Maryland Bobcats FC - View
USA NISA 05/11 20:00 - Georgia Lions FC vs Michigan Stars - View
USA NISA 05/18 23:00 - Michigan Stars vs Club de Lyon FC - View
USA NISA 06/02 23:00 - Club de Lyon FC vs Michigan Stars - View


USA US Open Cup 04/16 23:00 9 Detroit City FC v Michigan Stars L 1-0
USA NISA 04/06 23:00 - Michigan Stars v Savannah Clovers W 3-2
USA US Open Cup 04/03 00:30 8 Minnesota United FC II v Michigan Stars W 0-2
USA NISA 03/29 21:00 - Michigan Stars v Irvine Zeta FC - PPT.
USA NISA 03/26 21:00 - Michigan Stars v Capo FC - PPT.
USA US Open Cup 03/21 23:00 7 Steel City v Michigan Stars W 0-1
USA NISA 11/11 20:30 1 [2] Michigan Stars v Flower City Union [6] L 0-1
USA NISA 11/04 19:30 2 [2] Michigan Stars v Albion San Diego [4] W 3-2
USA NISA 10/21 23:00 - [7] Club de Lyon FC v Michigan Stars [2] W 0-2
USA NISA 10/18 19:00 - [7] Club de Lyon FC v Michigan Stars [4] W 0-4
USA NISA 10/16 01:30 - [3] Albion San Diego v Michigan Stars [4] D 2-2
USA NISA 10/12 23:00 - [4] Michigan Stars v LA Force [2] W 1-0


Matches played 28 14 14
Wins 15 8 7
Draws 7 2 5
Losses 6 4 2
Goals for 41 20 21
Goals against 25 14 11
Clean sheets 12 5 7
Failed to score 9 5 4

Wikipedia - Michigan Stars FC

Michigan Stars Football Club is an American professional soccer team based in the Metro Detroit area. The team currently competes in the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA).


The club was established circa 1998 as Windsor Spartans FC in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. In 2012, the team moved to the Metro Detroit area in Michigan, and joined the National Premier Soccer League as FC Sparta Michigan for the 2013 season. In January 2014, the team was purchased by Dearborn Sports Enterprise (DSE) and rebranded Michigan Stars FC.

The team went on hiatus for the 2018 season, and during this time, George Juncaj purchased a 50% stake in the club. The team returned for the NPSL 2019 season and the 2019 NPSL Members Cup. In the beginning of September, Juncaj purchased the remaining 50% of the club and on September 21, 2019, Michigan Stars FC were announced as a National Independent Soccer Association expansion team that would take part in the Spring half of the league's 2019–20 season.

The Michigan Stars soccer team is a professional soccer team based in Pontiac, Michigan. The team competes in the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA) and represents the state of Michigan in the national soccer scene.

The Michigan Stars have a rich history and a passionate fan base that supports them at every match. The team is known for their competitive spirit, skilled players, and dedication to the sport of soccer.

The team's colors are blue and white, and their logo features a star to symbolize their name and their ambition to shine brightly in the world of soccer. The Michigan Stars play their home matches at Ultimate Soccer Arenas, a state-of-the-art facility that provides an exciting atmosphere for fans to enjoy the game.

The Michigan Stars are committed to developing local talent and promoting the growth of soccer in Michigan. They are a team that embodies the spirit of teamwork, perseverance, and sportsmanship, and they continue to strive for success both on and off the field.