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Mercury City

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Not to be confused with Mercury City (women), a women's association football team, forming part of the same club.
Mercury City
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Freddie Mercury Memorial Arena
Mercury Premier League
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Mercury City, commonly referred to as City, is a Mercurian football club based in the city of Mercury, which competes in the Mercury Premier League.


In 2010, before the Four Nations was created, Mercury competed in the Mercury League and the Mercury FA Cup, defeating Bohemian Rhapsodies in the final of the cup to become national champions. Its home ground is Mercury's national stadium, the Freddie Mercury Memorial Arena.

On October 15th 2011, Mercury City lost 5-4 to Dynamo Deacon, a result which relegated them to the Second League for the 2012 season. Mercury City won the Second League, five points ahead of second placed Flash FC. They sealed their promotion back to the Premier League with five games to spare.


First team squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FMF eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FMF nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Mercury GK Callum Bailey
2 Mercury DF George Wooster
3 Lamantia DF Ernst Hays
4 Mercury DF Arthur Newton
5 Mercury DF Craig Bean
6 Mercury MF James Bush
7 Mercury MF James Boyle
8 Mercury MF Zachariah Stoker
9 Mercury MF Ben Shearer (c)
10 Mercury FW Adrian Martins
12 Mercury GK Jack Smithson
No. Position Player
14 Mercury MF Johann McDonald
15 Mercury MF Stephen Wright
16 Nova English Korea FW Ko Yeong-Su
17 Mercury FW Dara Creek
18 Mercury GK Joshua Harley
19 Mercury DF Howard Cooper
20 Mercury FW Robin Banks
21 Mercury MF Christopher Harvey
22 Mercury FW Kate Wressle
23 Mercury MF Ryan Ward

Notable former players