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Oklahoma City FC Names New Head Coach

Danny Gibson to lead Oklahoma City FC

2021 Marks Club’s 13th WPSL Season

OKLAHOMA CITY (April 19, 2021) – Oklahoma City FC Technical Director Evan Dresel announced today the club has hired Danny Gibson as head coach for their upcoming 13th season of play in the Women’s Premier Soccer League. 

Gibson owns a USSF National A-Youth License - the highest level of eight coaching certifications offered in the United States.  Currently in his 10th year with Oklahoma Energy Football Club, serving two years as the Director of Coaching for OEFC West after spending the previous eight coaching OEFC Central.   Under Gibson’s leadership, OEFC teams have enjoyed grand success, capturing three Oklahoma state championships, five prestigious President’s Cup titles, a South Region Premier League championship, and a Super Y League national title.  The club was recently re-branded “Oklahoma Rangers FC”.

The Glasgow, Scotland native was as an assistant coach on the men’s side with Oklahoma City FC of the NPSL in 2013 and was a member of Oklahoma Energy’s U-23 PDF staff in 2016 and 2018. 

 A four-year starter in the midfield at the University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma (2007 - 2010), Gibson helped lead the Drovers to the Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament title in 2009 and played on USAO’s 2010 squad that reached the quarterfinals of the NAIA Men’s Soccer National Championships.  Following college, Gibson played for Oklahoma City FC’s 2012 PDL team.

Danny and wife, Brittany have three daughters: Lilliana, 9, Lorelei, 6, and Lennox,4.

The 2020 WPSL season was terminated due to the coronavirus pandemic that impacted sports throughout the world.  During Oklahoma City FC’s 12-season history, the club ranks ninth all-time in winning percentage (84-25-15, .738) and the team’s 84 wins are the sixth most in league annals. 

Oklahoma City has captured five conference titles and advanced to the WPSL Championship semifinals on three occasions. Oklahoma City FC tryouts are scheduled May 2nd and 8th at Mustang High School at 6 p.m. and are open to players 14-and-older. Oklahoma City is aligned in the Northern Division of the WPSL’s Red River Conference, featuring opponents from Tulsa and the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. 

The 2021 regular season schedule is slated to be released later this week.  For tryout registration and more information go to or call (405) 601-0025.



The WPSL: founded in 1998, has grown to 155 members and is the largest women’s soccer league in the world.  The league is balanced throughout four regions, with 16 conferences geographically aligned across 36 U.S. states. Team rosters are built via elite collegiate student-athletes, highly skilled prep prospects, and former college players.  Many of the all-time greats in U.S. National Team history honed their skills in the WPSL, including Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan, Julie Foudy, Abby Wambach, and dozens more. 



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