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  • Charlotte FC Expansion Draft

    As Charlotte FC’s inaugural season draws near, more and more details regarding the club are coming into focus, and important dates can now be marked in pen on calendars. The club announced on Thursday that the team’s first home match at Bank of America Stadium will be on Saturday, March 5th, 2022, as we host the LA Galaxy in primetime at 8 pm ET. The game will be the team’s second, with the season opener being on the road versus a yet-to-be-named opponent as part of Major League Soccer’s opening weekend on Saturday, February 26th.
  • The Eurosnob’s Guide to MLS

    Are you the type of soccer fan who refers to the game as “football,” “fútbol,” or “The Beautiful Game” unironically but cringe whenever you hear someone talking about “soccer”? Do you wake up earlier on Saturdays and Sundays than during the rest of the week to watch your “local” team in Europe? Do you have the Champions League anthem as your ringtone?
  • It’s the Final Countdown... to the MLS Playoffs!

    Autumn has arrived in Charlotte, which means lovely hiking weather, pumpkin spice everything, and, soon, high-stakes late-season MLS matches! With playoff positioning on the line and the air crisp, this is when the games really start to feel different. More intense.
  • Mint City Loan Report- October 2021

    Welcome to the Loan Report. The weekly roundup of all your favorite Charlotte FC stars currently playing on loan across the globe.   Guzman Corujo ...
  • Off The Beaten Path - Kashima Antlers

    Soccer is the true sport of the world. No matter where you are and what time it is, there will always be a match you can catch. With the ever-expan...
  • Charlotte FC Goes Racing With Christian Fuchs

    Earlier this week, NASCAR Cup Series driver Alex Bowman and Charlotte FC’s Christian Fuchs unveiled a special paint scheme for next Sunday’s Bank of America ROVAL 400 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Ladies and gentleman, Charlotte FC is going racing!
  • Top 5 Takeaways from MLS Week 15

    What a time to be a soccer fan. This week saw Charlotte FC formally introduce its first manager, the US national teams advance in the Gold Cup and Olympics, and Season 2 of Ted Lasso arrived. Despite a few notable absences, Major League Soccer ticked on as the backdrop to it all, and was entertaining as ever.
  • Top 5 MLS Summer Storylines

    So, coming off a rare rest week, today begins that grueling part of the season. The wheat will be separated from the chaff. So hop aboard, Charlotte, and I’ll get you up to speed on the teams and players to monitor this summer as MLS rolls onward towards the playoffs… 
  • MCC- Gold Cup 2021 Preview

    The Copa America has finished with Lionel Messi finally lifting his elusive international trophy. The Euros are set to conclude with England taking on Italy in the final. Up next is the CONCACAF Gold Cup in the international slate. Before the USMNT take the pitch against Haiti on July 11, 2021 8:30 PM EST, let's take a look at what's to come.
  • New Coach? What Miguel Ángel Ramírez Could Bring to the Table

    The first coach in Charlotte FC history has been announced ... or so it seems.

    According to Paul Tenorio from The Athletic, Miguel Angel Ramirez is set to take the crown as the first coach in the clubs history.

  • Charlotte FC Academy: MLS Next Tournament & What Comes Next?

    In what most would call a successful inaugural season for the newly founded academy, after going to the playoffs and making it to the round of sixteen in said playoffs, there are a ton of positives moving forward. In the first game of the MLSNext cup, Charlotte took on St. Louis and pulled out a hard-fought 1-0 win. There was instant drama in the first minute with Charlotte having to save a penalty. Wilson got the lone goal of the game and secured the win and a chance to take on host FC Dallas.
  • New Player Signing: Adam Armour

    Adam Armour has signed with Charlotte F.C. on a two and a half year contract with a one year option. Adam comes back to his home state to wear the crown from German club F.C. Nurnberg. Armour is the sixth signing of the club and also the youngest at 18. Armour has featured with the U.S. U-17 team 19 times and caught the eye of his new hometown club.