In 2004, the Mid-Michigan Bucks became the Michigan Bucks, coinciding with their permanent move from Saginaw to metro-Detroit and a new logo. The season began as 2003 had ended with the Bucks on top. They opened the season with two 5-goal victories over Indiana Invaders and West Michigan Edge, and went on to lose only three regular season games all year. The Bucks were deadly in front of goal: in addition to their 10-goal haul in the first two games, they put six past Indiana Invaders on Independence Day, and then scored 15 goals in three games, sweeping aside Fort Wayne Fever, Cleveland Internationals and West Michigan Edge with ease. Unfortunately, the Bucks' trip to the playoffs ended with an ignominious 32 defeat to Boulder Rapids Reserve in the first game. Knox Cameron was the Bucks' most prolific striker, scoring 15 goals for the season (including 2 hat tricks), while Joseph Kabwe, Simon Omekanda, Kevin Taylor and Mychal Turpin all notched impressive goal scoring figures.
As reigning PDL champions, the Bucks started 2007 with high expectations, and to their credit they did not disappoint if anything, they actually improved on their 2006 form. They began the season with an unprecedented 11-game unbeaten run, dropping points in only three ried games, and seemingly scoring at will: they beat West Michigan Edge 40 on opening day, but four past Chicago Fire Premier, thumped Cleveland Internationals 50 in early June, outplayed PDL new boys Toronto Lynx 40 at home in the very next game, and blew the Indiana Invaders off the field 51 before the season was two months old. Their majestic form took the Bucks to the US Open Cup once more, but for once they failed to off their higher-division opponents, losing 42 to Richmond Kickers in first round. After a slight blip when they lost 21 to Cleveland Internationals after receiving two red cards, normal service was resumed with a 71 hammering of West Michigan Edge in the next game (which featured a Kenny Uzoigwe hat trick), and the Bucks strolled to their sixth divisional title. After dominating the St. Louis Lions in the playoff semi-final, the Bucks retained their Conference title with a comprehensive 30 win over Chicago Fire Premier, returning to the national stage for a second consecutive year. A penalty shootout victory over Brooklyn Knights after a 11 tie in the semi finals sent the Bucks to the Championship game for the second consecutive year where, once again, their opponents were Southern Conference champions Laredo Heat. Over 6,500 fans in Laredo, Texas watched the game finish 00 after extra time; the resulting penalty shootout was full of drama when, with the scores balanced at 33, striker Kenny Uziogwe suffered horrific leg cramps and was unable to take his spot kick, and had to be substituted during the shootout. His replacement, Ian Daniel, had his kick saved by Laredo goalkeeper Ryan Cooper; teenager Felix Garcia then scored the winner for the Texans. Nevertheless, two consecutive trips to the championship game was a massive achievement for the Bucks, and cemented their place as one of the leading amateur clubs in the nation.
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Prior to the 2008 season the Bucks moved into the brand new $17-million Ultimate Soccer Arenas in Pontiac, Michigan, making them one of the few teams to play regularly on a full-size indoor soccer field. Prior to this, the Bucks were without a regular home field for several years, and played games at numerous different venues in Michigan.
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Until the 2003 season, they were known as the Mid-Michigan Bucks.
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Renovations started on March 10, 2014, and were completed with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on May 9, 2014. The Motz Group, a Cincinnati-based company that specializes in building playing fields, replaced the existing grass field with artificial turf at a cost of $450,000 to $475,000. The combined costs for the renovations to the stadium and installation of lights on practice fields are estimated at $529,000.
As of 20July2018[update]Rank = Rank in the league; P = League Played; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Loss; GF = Goals for; GA = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points; Playoffs = USL Pro Playoffs; Open Cup = Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. = Did not Qualify; 1R = 1st round; 2R = 2nd round; 3R = 3rd round; 1/8 = Round of sixteen; CSF = Conference Semifinals; QF = Quarterfinals; SF = Semifinals; F = Final.
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The main supporters of the Dutch Lions are the Oranje Legion.
In 2003 there was a coaching change, as former San Jose Clash star Dario Brose was replaced by Don Gemmell. Gemmell's influence was felt immediately. The Bucks began the year with a 5-game unbeaten streak that included an impressive 31 win on the road against Indiana Invaders, and continued on through the month of June with 5 wins in 6 games, highlighted by a 50 demolition of West Michigan Edge that featured a hat trick from Simon Omekanda. The Bucks secured their fourth divisional title off the back of two more comprehensive victories 50 over Kalamazoo Kingdom and 40 over Fort Wayne Fever but fell in the conference final game to their perennuial rivals, Chicago Fire Reserves. The Bucks continued on with their US Open Cup exploits, beating USL Pro Select League Long Island Rough Riders, before losing 40 to the New York/New Jersey Metrostars in Round 3.
Throughout their existence, the Bucks have been one of the most successful minor league soccer teams in the United States, qualifying for eleven U.S. Open Cups, winning eleven divisional championships, and three national titlesthe first team to reach that mark in USL League Two. In 2000 the Bucks became the first Premier Development League (PDL) team to defeat an MLS team in the US Open Cup when they beat the New England Revolution at Foxboro Stadium. They won their first PDL Championship in 2006, defeating the Laredo Heat 21. They defeated the Kitsap Pumas 10 at Ultimate Soccer Arenas to win the 2014 PDL Championship. Most recently, in 2016, they defeated the Calgary Foothills FC 32. 
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The Bucks reached the fourth round of the 2012 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup after defeating the MLS Chicago Fire in the third round in extra time. They lost to the USL Professional Division's Dayton Dutch Lions in the fourth round in another extra time thriller.
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The club was started in the fall of 2009 and co-owned by Erik Tammer of Tammer Sportmanagement and Mike Mossel of Business and Sports Performance. Tammer is a former professional soccer player in the Netherlands who played for clubs such as Heerenveen and Sparta Rotterdam, while Mossel played in Europe for RBC Roosendaal and Turnhout, and in the USL for the Cincinnati Riverhawks following his graduation from Xavier University.
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In 2014, the Lions partnered with West Carrollton City Schools and Dr. Suresh Gupta of the Dayton Outpatient Center to install a new playing surface in the West Carrollton High School Stadium as part of a 30-year deal. The original stadium was renamed to the Dayton Outpatient Center Stadium in recognition of the significant investment made by Dayton Outpatient Center.