Boca Raton Football Club is proud to announce the signing of hometown talent, Scott Gordon.

The Spanish River High School graduate began his college soccer career at Mercer University before transferring to Lynn University prior to his sophomore year in 2007. After missing all of 2008 due to injury Gordon returned to the field for his junior season in 2009, appearing in 12 games and receiving an All-Sunshine State Conference Honorable Mention.

Gordon finished his college career with 28 games, logging five goals, four assists and 14 points. He was a two-time All-Sunshine State Conference honoree, and collected NSCAA All-South Region recognition honors as a senior.

During his time with the Knights, Gordon also played for the Baton Rouge Capitals in the USL Premier Development League, scoring one goal in 14 games and helping the Capitals to the PDL national playoff semifinals in 2010.

After great two great seasons with the Lynn University Knights, Gordon was drafted with the 53rd overall pick in the 2011 MLS Supplemental Draft by FC Dallas.

“Scott is a great talent,” says managing partner Douglas Heizer.  “Having him play in the city where it all began for him is special, not only for him, but for the entire city of Boca Raton.”

“He’s a quality player,” added general manager/head coach, Marcelo Castillo. “I’ve see Scott play in every level and having a player like him is big for us.”

Gordon has had stints in Major League Soccer’s FC Dallas, and Chivas USA, as well as with the Fort Lauderdale Strikers of the North American Soccer League.

In Fort Lauderdale, the 6’4 rightback played in 39 matches for the red and gold, and found the back of the net three times.

Most recently, Gordon was a member of Red Force where he appeared in 11 matches, recorded two assists and three goals.

“I want to thank Red Force for resolving the Scott Gordon release a swiftly as they did,” says Heizer. “Red Force’s owner, Gabriel Vega is top class and the organization as a whole has been very professional throughout this entire process.”

“I’m incredibly thankful to the entire Boca Raton FC organization for putting faith in me this upcoming season,” says Gordon. “Boca Raton is my home and I’m excited to suit up for this team as soon as possible.”

Gordon will be available to suit up for his hometown team on October 10 versus Miami Storm FC, upon serving his three-game suspension given to him by the American Premier Soccer League Executive Board.

Gordon has also been added to Boca Raton FC’s U.S. Open Cup roster as the APSL Champions take on Real Miami on October 25.

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