Brill Red Star

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Brill Red Star
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(55196), managed by red-star-11
Location Buckinghamshire, England
League VI.527
Arena Windmill Street (30,000)
Fan Club Red Army (about 1800)
Coach Timo Schramm

Brill Red Star is a team situated in Buckinghamshire, England. The team is managed by red-star-11 and was founded on 14th April 2008, midway through season 35. Originally the club was named Red Star 11, but was changed to Brill Red Star between seasons 35 and 36. The team currently play in VI.527 in the English league system, and home matches are played at the club's Windmill Street stadium, which has a capacity of 24,000.

The club's colours are red, white and black, previously just red and white. The current colours are displayed in the club logo, home kit, and stadium. The club crest is a red star, with a thick black circle around it containing the full name.

The name of the club was inspired by Serbian club Red Star Belgrade, the colours were inspired by manager red-star-11's favourite team Manchester United. Recently there have been talks of a change in name but this is unlikely to happen in the near future.

Club History

Home Kit Season 42

The club was founded halfway through Season 35 as Red Star 11 and started in the relegation zone of VI.242 with only a handful of points, due to the neglect by the owners of the previous club. Relegation always looked inevitable from the very start, and despite the best efforts of the manager and players, the inevitable indeed did happen.

Between seasons 35 and 36, the club changed it's name from Red Star 11 to Brill Red Star, and moved from Red Star Park to their current Windmill Street ground. Season 36 was a rather boring affair, with matches against mostly ownerless teams and bots all season in VII.528, finishing top with 13 wins and 1 draw.

The club were back in VI for season 37, this time in VI.527. The primary ambition was to stay up, a target which was achieved fairly comfortably, relegation never really looked the likely outcome. A 5th place finish was achieved, a position which was equalled the following season. Season 37 was also when the club's youth team was founded, named Brill United. Season 39 was when the breakthrough into the top half of VI.527 was achieved, followed by a very surprising 2nd place finish in season 40, thanks to a few lucky wins and the form of striker Bas Jan Huijbens. 2nd place was achieved again in season 41. The aim for the immediate future is promotion to V.


League History

Away Kit Season 42
Season Series Pos Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Cup Av. Lge Att
35 VI.242 7 7 2 1 4 12 25 -13 7 N/A 4,905
36 VII.528 1 14 13 1 0 70 5 +65 40 Round 1 9,670
37 VI.527 5 14 6 1 7 39 48 -9 19 Round 1 12,788
38 VI.527 5 14 6 0 8 37 55 -18 18 Round 2 16,774
39 VI.527 4 14 7 1 6 34 34 0 22 Round 1 16,435
40 VI.527 2 14 9 2 3 49 16 +33 29 Round 2 18,749
41 VI.527 2 14 10 1 3 57 13 +44 31 Round 2 22,253

Current Squad

No. Position Player
1 Finland GK N/A Niko Sainkangas
2 England FB N/A Blair Duffy
3 Germany FB N/A Jan-Nikolaus Grusschedel
4 Turkey CB N/A Sertuğ Arslaner
5 Italy IM N/A Roberto Molteni
6 Italy IM N/A Luca Ambrosioni
7 Netherlands WG N/A Gomarus van Polanen
8 England IM N/A Chad Goldsmith
9 Netherlands FW N/A Bas Jan Huijbens
10 Netherlands FW N/A Berry van Gaal
11 Germany WG N/A Franz-Josef Koenen
No. Position Player
12 England WG N/A Alun Talwalkar
14 England CB N/A Malcolm McGinnes
15 England FB N/A Scottie Kearns
16 England FB N/A David Ayers
17 England WG N/A Dean Clift
18 England FW N/A Shaun Wells
19 England FW N/A Malin Cleric
20 England IM N/A Evan Landow
21 England IM N/A James Young
22 England IM N/A Sam Smith
99 Austria COA N/A Timo Schramm

More to come