Since 1996, Columbus Futbol Club Red Star has been proud to represent City of Columbus, the Fort Benning military reservation, Muscogee, Harris, Chattahoochee and Troup Counties in Georgia, as well as Phenix City and Smiths Station in Alabama.

Our teams have had tremendous success in and out of Georgia at various tournaments and competitions, winning top notch tournaments such as US Club Regionals, the Atlanta Cup, the Nike Norcross Cup, the Germantown Cup, the Clearwater Charger shootout and many more. Close to 200 of our players have played or are currently playing college soccer with several more playing at professional levels. Our Current Red Star teams carry on a tradition of excellence and reputation as the best soccer club south of Atlanta Metro area.

Red Star prominent players, college and pro:

Lee Becca (93, North Georgia College)

Byers Megan (93, University of South Carolina)

Lee Amy (92, Columbus State University)

Carmean Nicci (93, University of West Alabama)

Glass Alex (93, LaGrange College)

Kellum Drew (92, LaGrange College)

Crowder Jammie (92, Middle Georgia College)

Anderson Stephen (92, University of South Carolina)

Casarona Josh (92, Pro – Atlanta Silverbacks)

Scott Evan (91, GSU, 195 highschool goals, #5 All time All-American)

Lawrence Eric (91, Georgia State University)

Mayes Logan (91, LaGrange College)

Long Jamil (91, Greensboro College)

Folsom, Kevin (91, LaGrange College)

Malloy Sean (91, Shorter University)

Hamm Jeremy (91, LaGrange College)

Hoffman Paul (90, LaGrange College)

Adams Bilal Bo (90,South Politehnic St. University)

Morris Brock (90, LaGrange College)

Burke David (90, Middle Georgia College)

Wakenigg Ryan (90, LaGrange College, Georgia Southern Western State Univ.)

Murphy Josh (90, LaGrange College)

Steinwachs Ben (90, Southern Polytechnic State University)

Sherman Matt (90, LaGrange College)

Sims Hope (90, Columbus State University, LaGrange College)

Ashley Branham (90, Troy State University, Assistant Coach Valdosta State )

Yasha Blount (89, Kennesaw State University)

Jackie Ellis (90, Columbus State University)

Ashley Julian (90, Middle Tennessee)

Sarah Knight (90, Valdosta State)

Eryn Maynard (89 MIT)

Mandy Miley (89, Troy State)

Cobb Morgan (88, Middle Georgia College)

Harold Urquijo (B 88 Crystal Palace FC Pro player)

Edberg Miranda (B, 88, Darton College)

Bandon Robinson (B, 88, Presbyterian College)

Colin Byrne (B, 88, Georgia Southern University)

Nick Taylor (B, 88, Midland Lutheran College)

Yuki Kariya (B, 88, AUM, Georgia State ODP)

Stevenson Gravlee (B, 87, Presbyterian University, Georgia State ODP)

Emir Mizdrak (B, 87, Lees Mc Rae College)

Chris Greer (B, 87, Georgia Southwestern University)

J.T. Hull (B, 87, Brewton Parker College)

Alex Andone (B, 86, Thomas University)

William Bentley (B, 86, Shorter College)

Davis Campbell (B, 86, Shorter College)

Graham Montgomery (B, 86, Atlanta Christian College)

Jason Therrien (B, 86, Darton College)

Clay Watkins (B, 86, Ga.SW.U, Georgia State ODP)

Melissa Gamble (G, 86, Darton College All American)

Sean Fernandez (B, 86, Oglethorpe University)

Matt Gourie (B, 86, Francis Marion University, Georgia State ODP)

Hiroki Kariya (B, 86, Georgia Southwestern University)

Hooper Elliot (B, 85, Mercer University)

Kerr McGowan (B, 85, Mercer University)

Josh Frankilin (B, 85, Atlanta Christian College)

Lauren Brabson (G, 85, Auburn University, Georgia State ODP)

Lauren Eklund (G, 85, Columbus State University)

P.J. Oliver (B, 85, Citadel, Georgia State ODP)

William Walker (B, 84, College of the Holy Cross)

Gamal Baker (B, 84, College of Holy Cross, Region 3 ODP)

Richard Whipple (B, 84, College of the Holy Cross)

Bernadette Sikes (G, 84, Wofford University, Region 3 ODP)

Ben Link (B, 84, Region 3 ODP, University of South Carolina, Georgia State University)

Brel Clark (B, 84, Atlanta Christian College)

Jeff Hicks (B, 84, Berry College)

Chris Hemphil (B, 84, Darton College)

Chris Hetland (B, 84, University of Florida starting kicker)

Ryan Messner (B, 83, University of Tampa, NCAA Division II National Champions)

Kerry Obleton (G 83, University of Mississippi)

Richard Wells (B, 83, Georgia State University)

Leonard Marshall (B, 80, University of Virginia, Men’s U17 US National team World Cup in Egypt, New England Revolution Pro)

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