Thomasville Dragons

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Thomasville Dragons
Full nameFutbol Club of Thomasville
Ground Singletary Soccer Complex
Chairman Flag of the United States.svg Jim Wiggins
Manager Flag of England.svg Aly Joslin
Flag of the United States.svg Rick Zambrano
League Women's Premier Soccer League
2008 6th, Sunshine Conference

Thomasville Dragons was a women's soccer team based in Thomasville, Georgia. They played in the Women's Premier Soccer League, the third tier of women's soccer in the United States and Canada from 2008–2010.


The team played in the Sunshine Conference. They played their home games at the Singletary Soccer Complex in Thomasville, Georgia. The club's colors were white and burgundy.


YearDivisionLeagueReg. SeasonPlayoffs
20083WPSL6th, SunshineDid not qualify



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