|Full name||Mariamburg United Football Club|
|Nickname(s)||The Golden Eagle's|
|League||Royal Premier Division of Samuelonia|
Mariamburg United Football Club is a football club based in the Francisca province of Samuelonia. The club plays at the Vexafon Arena in Mariamburg, and are one of the most popular sports clubs in the country. Mariamburg United currently play in Royal Premier Division of Samuelonia.
Founded as Church of Sanderburg Football Club in 187 AP, the club changed its name to Mariamburg United in 202 and moved to Carlosini Lane in 210 and is one of the most successful clubs in Samuelonia having won the most amount of Premier Division titles. They have a fierce rivalry with local rivals Mariamburg City FC and the Mariamburg derby is one of the biggest fixtures each season.
In 309, Mariamburg United were one of six football clubs from Samuelonia to compete in the Longerath Champions Cup 309. Mariamburg United faced Apshograd of Feniz in the Qualification Round 1 who they beat 4-0 away, with goals coming from Sensini, al-Wazi and two from Ryne Olson and 3-0 at home with a hat-trick from Ryne Olson. In the Qualification Round 2, they were drawn against Erskine Griffons of Aethelnia. Mariamburg United won the first leg at home, 4-0, with goals coming from Marabarini, Bezzi-Louaza, Corsadini and Sensini. They went on to become the first Samuelonian club to win the Longerath Champions Cup beating FC Santrop-sur-Mer 2-1.
In 314, the club was purchased by Isaac Dantinholm, who promised to inject millions into the club after two seasons of under achievement. Dantinholm bought in a new coaching team, with Edward Saxmont as manager. The club moved to there new ground, the 96,000 all seater Vexafon Arena in July 314.
On the 1st of October 314, Mariamburg United completed the signing of Utan Krysaror FC star striker James Y'benya for a Vexillium record breaking transfer fee of $100 million.
- Premier Champions - 259/260, 260/261, 266/267, 292/293, 293/294, 295/296, 296/297, 298/299, 299/300, 300/301, 302/303 306/307, 308/309
- Division 1 Runners-up - 261/262, 264/265, 303/304, 307/308, 310/311
- Kings Cup Champions - 247, 258, 273, 285, 290, 298, 304
- Kings Cup Runners-up - 244, 262, 279, 283, 293, 296, 305, 307
- Longerath Champions Cup - 308/309
Mariamburg United moved to there new 96,000 all seater ground, the Vexafon Arena in 314. The new ground is located next to the old Carlosini Lane stadium which has been turned into a multi sports village complex and housing.
- Carlosini Lane, Mariamburg (80,000 all seater) - Used from 210 to 314.
- Sanderburg Recreation Ground, Mariamburg - Used from 187 to 210.
Current Squad Edit
|1||St. Samuel||Niclas Corinthian||GK||30 (B. 284)|
|2||Angliyaa||Morten Halliethima||DC||32 (B. 282)|
|5||St. Samuel||Vincent de Auldertyne||DC||21 (B. 294)|
|12||St. Samuel||Austin Haverford||DC||18 (B. 296)|
|6||Dascunya||Asul E'i||DR||32 (B. 282)|
|3||St. Samuel||Laryn Oxtonburg||DL||20 (B. 295)|
|13||St. Samuel||Orlando di Sol||DL||18 (B. 296)|
|Midfielders / Wingers|
|7||St. Samuel||Leo Sensini||MC||29 (B. 285)|
|4||St. Samuel||Alric de Callerwyn||MC||22 (B. 293)|
|14||St. Samuel||Bastian di Oxmont||MC||17 (B. 297)|
|8||St. Samuel||Lendon Avinmont||MR||21 (B. 294)|
|15||Angliya||Atherton Etherwood||MR||19 (B. 295)|
|11||Dascunya||Jacques Clocher||ML||28 (B. 286)|
|9||Utania||James Y'benya||FW||27 (B. 287)|
|23||St. Samuel||Marlian Dantaryan||FW||17 (B. 297)|
|27||St. Samuel||Lorezo Marabarini||FW||33 (B. 281)|
|10||Danica||Simon Ryne Olson||FW||29 (B. 285)|
|M||St. Samuel||Edward Saxmont||MGR||56 (B. 258)|