DAYTON, OH – The Dayton Dutch Lions FC are extremely excited to announce an extended partnership with two strong supporters of the club, ALT Architecture and the City of West Carrollton.

“It’s great to see that more and more local companies are getting involved and staying involved with the Dayton Dutch Lions FC. We are working hard to have a positive impact in the Miami Valley and this local support is a direct result of those efforts,” said General Manager, Koen Driessen.

FullSizeRender (8)As part of the partnership, ALT Architecture will continue to be a logo sponsor on the sleeve of the youth academy jersey. The company is headquartered in Beavercreek, Ohio and led by 35-year design professional and owner, Jim Alt.

“Similar to the passion and commitment that I bring to my clients, I support the soccer work that the Dayton Dutch Lions are providing the youth in our local communities. Renewing our partnership is my belief in the club and the values they instill in their players,” shared ALT President, Jim Alt.

The City of West Carrollton has provided their support and partnership since the beginning of the club’s arrival in the city. The DOC Stadium on the campus of West Carrollton high school is the primary training and playing field for the Dayton Dutch Lions.

“We appreciate all that the City of West Carrollton does for our club. Much of our success is due to the many little things they do in the background that sometimes go unnoticed. The support we receive for our fields, tournaments and community presence from the city is outstanding,” said Club Director, Ric Campbell.

“Hopefully, our residents will check out page six of the April edition of the City News for a special Dayton Dutch Lions game admission coupon that we are proud to share with our residents as part of our partnership,” said Erika Mattingly, public relations coordinator.

The Dayton Dutch Lions FC kickoff their season at home on Saturday, May 21st at 7:30 p.m. at DOC Stadium. Tickets can be purchased here.

About City of West Carrollton

With a population of 13,143, City of West Carrollton government’s mission is to enhance the quality of life of our customers by providing superior services. The city’s values are: Providing quality city programs, infrastructure and customer service; Promoting cooperation, community spirit, and environmental awareness; Ensuring a strong and diversified economic base; Strengthening recreational and cultural opportunities; Our employees, who are stewards of the whole and not simply owners of their small piece of the organization.

About ALT Architecture

The firm was founded in 1983, by owner and President, James Alt and boasts expertise in the areas of Commercial, Religious, Hotel/Restaurant and Retail design. ALT has a strong sense of “Character and Community” with a project philosophy that is contextual as opposed to “make a statement”. Clients have a close relationship with the company as they advance through the design process. The firm’s goal is to bring enlightenment to the spaces they create for work, play, and for living.

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    All practices and games of the Dayton Dutch Lions FC Men’s team (USL PDL) and Women’s team (USL WPSL) will be at the Dayton Dutch Lions FC Soccer Complex in West Carrollton. The stadium seats 3500 people. In 2014 the Dayton Dutch Lions FC and Dayton Outpatient Center (DOC) installed an new artificial turf field in the stadium. DOC Stadium was opened in May 2014 when former 2x “FIFA Best Player in the World” Ruud Gullit kicked off the game against LA Galaxy II in the USL PRO League.


    The address is: 5833 Student St., West Carrollton, Ohio, 45449

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