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András Petery and Andrew Housser join Founding Investor Group!

San Francisco City Football Club is excited to announce two additions to our minority founding investor group: András Petery and Andrew Housser.

Andrew Housser is the Co-founder and Co-CEO of Freedom Financial Network and its sister company Bills.com. He is a past winner of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year in Northern California, is a graduate of Stanford Business School and Dartmouth College. Andrew sits on the board of directors of several startup companies and two independent school boards.

András Petery is a mobile tech media executive and investor who led mobile partnerships at Yahoo and founded Enable Venture Partners. He is a former player on the Dartmouth College soccer team and captain/executive officer of the Harvard Business School Soccer Club. András was elected to the SF City Member’s Board in 2016 and is an active strategic advisor to the Club.

With András joining the Founding Investor Group, we want to thank him for his tenure as Chairman of the Member’s Board. The Member’s Board will provide more details to SF City members on the new board representative in the near future.

The Club is extremely excited to welcome András and Andrew as members of the Founding Investor Group. The SF City Founding Investor Group now includes:

András Petery, Mobile Tech Media Executive, Managing Partner at Enable Venture Partners
Andrew Housser, Co-founder and Co-CEO Freedom Financial Network/Bills.com
Alex Bard, CEO Campaign Monitor
Mitch Lowe, Active angel investor, Netflix Co-founder and CEO/Co-founder Redbox
Gary Bennit, General Partner at Social Leverage
Ethan Kurzweil, Partner at Bessemer Venture Partners
Scot Chisholm, CEO Classy
Andy Jones, Financial Services Industry Veteran

The Founding Investor group, together with the SF City membership, represent a unique marriage of exceptional entrepreneurial and business experience together with the passion, dedication, and loyalty of our members. This exciting stakeholder partnership is aligned with a common goal of developing SF City into a professional club that represents San Francisco at the highest levels of American soccer while remaining democratically accountable to its members.