The Miami FC Acquires Local Product Sebastian Evers From Armada

Aug 2, 2016
MIAMI, Fla. – The Miami FC has added goalkeeper Sebastian Evers, who most recently played for the Jacksonville Armada.
Evers, a Miami native, spent two seasons with the Jacksonville Armada after graduating from the University of Central Florida.
After missing his freshman season with UCF, Evers would go on to make 38 starts for the Golden Knights, making 146 saves and led the team to multiple NCAA Championship Tournament appearances.
Evers also had a strong youth career, coming up through the Kendall Soccer Coalition and playing with Gulliver Prep. He helped Gulliver Prep take home the 2006 state championship. While between the posts, the Kendall Soccer Coalition would take home the 2008 Disney Showcase title and two Florida State Cup in 2007 and 2008.
He has trained with the team and will be able available against Minnesota United this weekend.
Evers and the rest of the squad are back at home August 13 when they close out the FL Clasico against, cross-town rivals, the Fort Lauderdale Strikers. Get your tickets now at