California Gold

California Gold

"Not to be confused with the television series California's Gold"Football club infobox
clubname = California Gold

fullname = California Gold
nickname = The Gold
founded = 1998
ground = Peter Johansen HS Stadium
capacity = ????
chairman = flagicon|BRA Luciano Silveira
manager = flagicon|BRA Luciano Silveira
league = USL Premier Development League
season = 2006
position = 9th, Southwest Division



California Gold were an American soccer team, founded in 1998. The team was a member of the United Soccer Leagues Premier Development League (PDL), the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, until 2006, when the team left the league and the franchise was terminated.

They played their home games at the stadium on the grounds of Peter Johansen High School in the city of Modesto, California. The team's colors were gold, red and white.

Final Squad

"vs Fresno Fuego, 22 July 2006"


Competition History

Notable former players

* Charles Alamo
* Kupono Low


* Luciano Silveira 2003-06


* Stadium at Modesto Christian High School, Modesto, California 2003
* Stadium at Ripon High School, Ripon, California 2004
* Stadium at Peter Johansen High School, Modesto, California 2005-06
* Stadium at Hilmar High School, Hilmar, California 2005 (2 games)

Average Attendance

* 2006: 246
* 2005: 152

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