Luke Winter


June 18, 1991
Norwich, Norfolk, England
Seasons Played
Previous Team
Tennessee Wesleyan
185 lbs.

Luke Winter began his CFC career in 2011. He is a Chattanooga FC record holder, with 49 career goals for the club in all competitions. He holds numerous awards and accolades: Chattanooga FC’s all-time leading scorer, a five-time Southeast Conference Champion, three-time South Region Champion, three-time NPSL Finalist, a veteran of five US Open Cups and a US Amateur National Champion.

Some of Luke’s memorable moments: three consecutive NPSL match hat-tricks in 2012; scoring the game-winning goal that ensured Chattanooga FC would be the first ever NPSL team to beat a pro side in the US Open Cup (May 14, 2014); being named player of the second round of the US Open Cup for that goal; in 2014 Luke Winter was named to the All-NPSL team (2014, 2016); scoring the first goal in the 2014 National Championship; NPSL Player of the Week (2016); an assist in the win in the US Amateur National Championship in 2015.

Luke played in college for Tennessee Wesleyan, where he was showered with honors: AAC All-tournament Team, AAC All-conference 1st Team, Tennessee Sports Writers Association Player of the Week, AAC Player of the Week, AAC Championship MVP, NAIA All-East Region1st Team, and TWC 2013 Athletic Director's Award. He is currently on the coaching staff of Bryan College.

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