Sevilla FC Puerto Rico is a Puerto Rican professional association football team based in Juncos, Puerto Rico. Founded in 2006, the team plays in the Puerto Rico Soccer League. The club was founded in 2006 as a farm team for the Puerto Rico Islanders of the American Soccer League in Bayamón, but in 2008 partnered with the Spanish La Liga club Sevilla FC and moved a year later to Juncos. Sevilla won both the regular season and play-offs in the inaugaral season of the Puerto Rico Soccer League in 2008, and also won the regular season in 2011 before losing the play-off final on penalties to Leones.
The team plays its home games at Josué Elevadito González Stadium, and the team's colors are white, black, blue and gold. Their current head coach is Francis Muñoz. The team also has a secondary team called Atletico Sevilla that plays in Liga Nacional de Futbol de Puerto Rico, the second division of football in Puerto Rico.