Maquina FC

Offical Club of Julio Cesar "El Cata" Dominguez

Front Office

Front Office

Julio Cesar "El Cata" Dominguez (Co-Founder) 

is a Mexican footballer, who plays as center back with Cruz Azul in Liga MX. He is also the Co-Founder of our club Maquina FC. 

He also played for the Mexico Under-20 team and was regarded as one of the brightest young defensive players that Mexico had. He made his debut for the Mexico national team on 22 August 2007 in a friendly against Colombia. After a seven-year absence from the national team, Mexico national team manager Miguel Herrera called him up for friendlies against the national football teams of Honduras and Panama. He would then be called up again against Netherlands and Belarus.

 Alejandro Uribe (Co-Founder)

is an transportation entrapreneur who founded one of the largest and most successful transportation agencies in the Western United States. His hobby soon became his next venture when he started Maquina FC in 2004. Its been 14 years and the club has reached new heights with him at the helm, even playing MLS juggernaut LA Galaxy in the famed 4 th round of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. 

 Pedro Magallon (Partner)

is a local soccer figure with over 25 years of experience in youth sports. His background includes finding the once largest soccer league in Orange County, the Santa Ana Youth Soccer Association. His influence in this project has helped cement Maquina FC in the City or Santa Ana. In 2007 Pedro founded and operated the first ever international professional soccer team, Atlante Santa Ana. This was the only professional team in the world to be founded, trained, staffed, and coached in one country (USA) and play in the professional league of another country (Mexico). Atlante Santa Ana competed in the Liga MX 3era Divicion and were inaugurated in a friendly match against the eventual Olympic gold medalist, U17 Mexican National Team.