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#10 Aaron Lombardi
#14 Eduardo Calvo Salinas
#18 Gerardo Mendoza
# Jonathan Partida
#13 Matt Hurlow
# Max Mirner
#11 Sean Bowman
# Amado Lozano
#7 Armand Bagramyan
# Ashish Chattha
#9 Bryce Kaminski
# Carlos Carranza
# Carlos Lezama
#8 Danny Kirkland
#5 Dylan Murphy
#12 Jordan Hughes
#6 Kamron Crow
# Max Allen
#4 Onah Power
# Santiago Digiuseppe
# Spencer Wood
# Stephen Dougherty
# Victor Romero
#3 Aydan Bowers
#16 Barry McCabe
# Berdi Merdanov
# Brian Nana-Sinkam
#2 Halil Beqaj
# Mitchell McPartland
# Noah Leong
# Robert Hines
#17 Taiki Kajitani
#22 Josh Morgan
#20 Remi Prieur
#1 Taylor Bailey

Paddy Coyne

Paddy Coyne was named head coach of SF City FC in September 2015. He quickly prospered, leading the club to the NorCal Premier League Fall 2015 Championship while successfully negotiating a tough qualification process for the 2016 US Open Cup. Since then, he has overseen the team’s first seasons in the Premier Development League and earned qualification for the 2018 Open Cup. Born in England with Irish roots, Coyne has an impressive resume, having coached in Peru, Argentina, South Africa, and Australia as well as the United States. He has also been a staff coach at the San Francisco Elite Academy, Director of Coaching at Laguna Niguel Soccer Club, Director of Soccer at Laguna Beach High School, and a part of the Cal South Olympic Development Program for four years. Coyne holds an NSCAA B License, an Asian Football B License, and certification for English FA Levels 1 and 2. He and his wife Shelby live in Bernal Heights with their sons Finn and Caleb.

Patryk Tenorio

Patryk Tenorio is an assistant coach for SF City FC. He has previously worked with youth players in the area and trained Division I college goalkeepers on the west coast. Tenorio is currently Director of Goalkeeping at San Francisco Elite Academy, Head of Player Development for the SF Aftershocks, and Goalkeeper Coach for the University of San Francisco. Born in Rzeszów, Poland, Tenorio played at the prestigious St. Stephen’s Soccer Academy in Austin, Texas before enjoying a successful collegiate career as the starting goalkeeper for the College of Wooster in Ohio. He has English FA Level 1 certifications for Psychology and Talent Identification, and is working on his USSF and UEFA C Licenses.

Pinder Nijjar

Pinder Nijjar is an assistant coach for SF City FC. He serves in the same capacity for the University of San Francisco soccer team and is involved with the Region IV Olympic Development Program. Raised in Nottingham, England, Nijjar moved stateside to accept a scholarship to play center midfield for the University of Oklahoma Sooners. After graduating, he went to southern California, where he played for the Ventura County Fusion and Doxa Italia before turning to coaching. He has earned a B License from the US Soccer Federation, and his experience includes time at Caltech and a very successful six-season run with the Cal South ODP. Nijjar and his wife Vidya live in Hayes Valley.