|1977 -||SJO Irregulars Formed for the City of Portland Summer Recreational season in 1977. The summer team registers for that fall's GPSD Men's League in 1977 and continues to play as SJO through the 1982 season in the GPSD Third Division.|
|1982 -||Thirty Year Players as of 2012 These players have all been with the club since at least 1982: Mark Dillon, David Porter, Mike Calder, Doug Morasch, Jack Hevel, John Mayfield and Al Gerritson.|
|1983 -||Stouthearts becomes the team name in the 1983/4 season as atty. Bob Stout takes over the team sponsorship.|
|1984 -||Tiger Beer, a sponsor acquired through the machinations of Mike Calder, becomes the team sponsor in the 1984/5 season.|
|1986 -||In 1986/87, the team is Old Nick's/Horsebrass, as the connection with Don Younger and his pub leads to sponsor dollars. We end up playing for (and losing) the Third Division Championship at Civic Stadium. Our player, Alex Addy, wins the scoring title for the entire GPSD with 30 goals scored!|
|1987 -||In 1987/88, the team moves up to Open Second Division based on its performance the previous year, but it is clear that some of the players are ready to advance to an Over 30 Division while others want to remain in the competitive 'open' division. A well-deserved relegation to Third Division follows at season end.|
|1988 -||Old Nick's/Horsebrass again leads the Third Divison in '88/89 and plays the Qualicote Kingsmen in the championship, but the"team" is now two teams, with the Newcastle United side having gone to Over 30.|
|1989 -||By 1989, the club is beginning to infiltrate the GPSD leadership, as Mike Calder and Mark Dillon serve on the league Executive Board.|
|1990 -||In 1990, Newcastle United lose to 30 Proof in the Masters' 2nd Division championship on two own goals. Old Nick's/Horsebrass takes third place in the open Second Division, Rose City League.|
|1991 -||Spring 1991 - Newcastle United play our first season in a newly created Over 40 Division .|
|1992 -||By 1992, Old Nick's Horse Brass Pub is again in the open Second Division Championship. A team known as Newcastle United II plays in the open 3rd Dvision. And Newcastle United plays in the Masters 2nd Division. The Masters (over 30) Division by this time has grown to equal the Open Divisions in size within GPSD.|
|1993 -||The '93 season sees the young Old Nick's Horse Brass Pub team advance to the First Division, B group, for the first time. Horsebrass Newcastle United, moves to the Third Division of Over 30 and has a phenomenal season, winning 11 games and losing none.|
|1996 -||In the Fall Winter 96/97 the old Old Nick's (formerly Newcastle United) plays for (and loses) the Championship of Over 40 Second Division . Newcastle United (formerly Newcastle United II) plays in the Over 40 First Division. (Yes, it is hard to follow!)|
|1999-||Old Nicks gratefully joins the pioneering group of teams starting an Over 50 bracket within GPSD. Old Nicks Horsebrass by this time has become New Belgium.|
|2001-||Ten of the Old Nicks plus a couple friends participate in the King Cup Tournament in Las Vegas for the first time. This King Cup tradition continues as of 2014.|
|2003-||Saxer plays for the
GPSD Open 3rd Division (Silver) Fall Championship, but continues long-standing
Club tradition and loses 2 - 1.
The FC77 Athletic Cup late summer club gathering is first held.
|2004-||Saxer plays for the GPSD Open 4th Division Spring Championship and wins handily; score is 8 - 0! New Belgium changes name to PBR for the fall 2004 season.|
|2005-||In February, Saxer becomes Madison's as this eastside restaurant sponsors our 3rd Division Open team.|
|2006-||In July, Old Nicks to its own surprise, becomes the champion of the GPSD Spring-Summer Over 50 bracket with a 7-1-1 record. (Best summer finish ever!)|
The travel-crazy members of FC77 formally organize themselves into FC77 Mojos. This group organizes tournament teams to many exotic locales for all Club members.
|2008-||For the Spring/Summer season, Madison's and Rangers win their respective GPSD division Championships and Newcastle plays in their division's Championship final. Best summer results for the Club ever!|
|2009-||Madisons breaks the (now non-existant) links with its previous sponsor and becomes the English-flavored FC77 Bollocks.|
Newcastle becomes two teams at the end of summer 2010. The original team goes to Over 50 Division; the new Hibernian team remains in the Over 40 Division.
|2011-||Sadly, FC77 resumes its gypsy fieldless existance with the start of the 2011 Spring Season. After four years, our Montessori field could not take the usage we required, so we bid it farewell.Artificial turf high school fields seem to relieve the long-time field shortage for the men's league.|
|2012-||Hibernian finishes undefeated in Winter Season Over 40 (2nd Div). Newcastle finishes in 1st place in Spring/Summer Season Over 50's.|
PBR shucks off it's macro brew nomenclature and renames itself the slightly wistful sounding Last Call. Old Nicks keeps movin' on up and co-founds the League's Over 58 Division, beginning with the Fall 2013 Season. Newcastle finishes 1st in Over 50s Spring Season with an 8-1-1 record in regular play. They lose to Shanahan's in the playoff. Last Call reverts to PBR name for Fall 2013 Season.
|2014-||An Over 50 team formerly known as Gresham East joins FC77 in time for the Fall 2014 season. It's new moniker is FC77 GE. They join Old Nicks in the Over 58 bracket of GPSD. This puts FC77 at an all-time high of seven Club teams!|
In the 2015 Spring League, Old Nicks places first in the Over 58 Division (7- 1- 3 record) and wins the Championship Game of the Division against the second place Royals. All seven teams begin the Fall 2015 season with high hopes.
|New club team FAS joins FC77 in time for Spring 2016 Season. Composed of many players from the former GE team, they join Old Nicks in the Over 58 bracket of GPSD. At the end of the Spring Season, FAS is dissolved and its players join other FC77 teams.
In the Fall 2016 Season, Rangers play very well and make it into the Over 30, 3rd Division Championship Game against Buckman United on December 3rd. They lose, 2-1, thereby finishing in second place.
Wow! It's our fortieth year! Six established teams make up the Club. A commemorative logo contest is held in spring 2017 to honor our longevity. The logo design by Mike Calder is selected by Club members. That summer's Athletic Cup club gathering celebrates the 40-year milestone.
FC77 Ajax managed by Andy Groeneveld joins the Club family as an Over 50 team for Fall 2018 season.
All seven teams of the Club participate in both GPSD's 2019 Spring and Fall Seasons.
Rangers make it to the Spring Over 30, 3rd Division Championship Game and win their Division, 3-1.
Arranged by Mike Calder, the Club sends a composite Over-60 FC77 team to La Paz, Mexico in early March to compete in the first annual senior tournament against local Asociación Sudcaliforniana de Futbol members.
The COVID-19 virus causes the cancellation of the GPSD 2020 Spring and Fall Seasons for all FC77 teams.
Over 40 team Ons Oranje joins the FC77 family as post-Covid-lockdown league play resumes for Spring Season 2021. Old Nicks undergoes mitosis and becomes the Over58 Old Nicks and the Over65 Older Nicks beginning spring 2021. Newcastle team takes a sabbatical for 2021.
PBR, Ajax and Hibernian teams all place first in their divisions for the Spring 2021 Season!
For Spring 2022 Season, FC77 fielded an all-time high 9 teams. New addition was FC77 United managed by Gene Nguyen. United plays in the Over-50 bracket.
The fabled FC77 Athletic Cup made a successful return on September 3rd after a multi-year COVID-related hiatus. Vancouver Wa. was the site. All teams were represented. Wives, friends and offspring joined the players, with a barbeque feed capping off the event.
Nine Club teams registered for Fall 2022 Season.