Oakland County FC is an American soccer club founded as Oakland United FC in 2014, it is based in Rochester Hills, Michigan, in the northern outskirts of the Detroit metropolitan area. It plays in the Premier League of America, formerly the Great Lakes Premier League.
In its inaugural season, Oakland United finished fourth in the five-team league, with a record of 2-1-5. The club rebranded for the 2016 season, with a new name and new logo by New York City-based graphic designer Matthew Wolff. It finished with a final record of 4-2-4, rendering them a third place finish in the PLA East Division.
Colours and Badge
Oakland County's players wear purple shirt with white shorts in home matches. The away kit is always predominantly white.
The logo is inspired by the thousands of oak trees found across the county, and the unique shape of its leaves. The five leaves at the heart of the crest represent the five Great Lakes, and pay tribute to the Great Lakes Premier League. The purple ring around the leaves creates the letter ‘O’ for Oakland.
Stoney Creek High School, Rochester Hills, Michigan.
On January 27th, 2017, the club announced that it would be moving to a more centralized location in Oakland County: Royal Oak.
Official website: http://www.oaklandcountyfc.com/