In his first professional season, Falck started in all 16 matches for the Kickers and logged 1,383 minutes played out of a possible 1,440 — the most of any field player on the team. A stalwart in the midfield for the Kickers this past season, Falck was consistent on both sides of the ball. He ranked first on the team in ball recoveries in the opponent’s half, and was second on the team in pass completion, tackles won, duels won, aerial duels won and interceptions. The rookie scored his first professional goal to salvage a point for Richmond in stoppage time at FC Tucson on September 5, 2020.
“I'm happy to be back in Richmond for a second season,” said Falck. “Last season was a good learning experience for me that ended in huge disappointment as we lost our spot in the final. I'm back to try to win as many games as possible and, with Darren at the club, my chances for that are good. The City Stadium crowd played a massive part supporting us last year and I'm excited to be back at City Stadium creating great memories with them."
Falck started his collegiate career at the University of Virginia before transferring after his freshman season to the University of California, Irvine. He played three seasons at UC-Irvine, making 59 appearances, starting all but one match and scored four goals while adding seven assists. Capping off a successful senior season, Falck was named to the All-Big West First Team and was honored as the Big West Co-Midfielder of the Year.