AC Crusaders are owned and operated by Matt Driver, who brought minor league soccer to southern New Jersey first with the USLís South Jersey Barons, and then Atlantic City Diablos of the NPSL and WPSL. In their inaugural 2006 season, the Diablos womenís team won the East Mid Atlantic Division before successfully defending their title in 2007. 2007 saw the Diablos add a men's program to their franchise. After recruiting from top college programs in the Jersey Shore area, the Diablos enjoyed a successful inaugural season, finishing 2nd in the tough North East Division. After a hiatus as Part owner, Head Coach and GM of the Philadelphia Independence, Driver returned to youth soccer with Atlantic Soccer Factory, which now has summer select youth teams at every age, with the better players mixing with collegiate talent in the YPSL. Atlantic Soccer Factory was founded to provide youth soccer players with access to the highest level, most accomplished coaches in the Delaware Valley area and beyond, and is committed to player development.
Currently Technical Director for the NPSL, Driver holds a USSF ďAĒ License, an NSCAA Premier License, and an NSCAA Advanced National Diploma. In addition, he carries a Brazilian ďAĒ License and a Scottish Football Association A-I License. He has also served as a State Director of Coaching for the NSCAA for the State of Delaware and Director of Olympic Development Program for the State of Delaware.