Among the oldest and most successful in Atlanta.
good soccer and good PEOPLE
Established in Atlanta
Majestic Soccer Club is a men’s amateur soccer club located in Atlanta, Georgia.
Taking inspiration from a Keats poem that has the line “majestic feats” and the famous diner on Ponce, Majestic Soccer Club was born in 1981.
The club plays in the Atlanta District Amateur Soccer League (ADASL), Sons of Pitches, Atlanta Silverbacks, and more.
Majestic’s Division 1 team has been one of the most successful men’s teams in Georgia over the past 10 years. This team competes in the first division of the Atlanta Area District Amateur Soccer League (ADASL) and routinely has a presence in the Premier division of the Silverbacks 7v7 league.
Majestic’s Division 2 team has consistently performed well in the 2nd division of the ADASL for over 10 years. Players from this squad often make appearances on the Division 1 roster throughout the ADASL season. This team routinely fields teams in the Sons of Pitches leagues in Atlanta.
A major benefit of the Club is the opportunity to keep playing well beyond your 20’s. The 0ver 40 Legends team competes in the Silverbacks 7v7 league with multiple titles in their trophy cabinet. This team is built with players who have competed with other teams within the club.
The result is good soccer and good friendships
About The Club
Majestic Soccer Club got its start in 1981. The team was comprised of international and domestic players who called themselves “The Peacekeepers” in respect to United Nations multi-national peacekeeping forces. The name was dropped after a brawl at the end of a match. Taking inspiration from a Keats poem that has the line “majestic feats” and the famous diner on Ponce, Majestic Soccer Club was born. The team began to play in the ADASL under the direction of Joseph Cullen, Jim Clifford, Cid Da Silva and Bill Fleming.