USL League One Announces Inaugural Season Structure

(Photo courtesy: USL League One) Today USL League One announced the structure of the 2019 season schedule. With the release, there was also confirmation of some of the rumored details surrounding the league’s inaugural season. What do you need to know about the announcement? Let’s jump into the specifics of what we learned today. 10 Teams … Continue reading USL League One Announces Inaugural Season Structure

Greenville Swamp Rabbits plan a soccer takeover on October 27

We made Soccer Night in Greenville happen. Now, who wants to go? (Photo Credit: John Walsh/Flickr) September 12, 2018: That was the day I saw an intriguing tweet from the Greenville Swamp Rabbits, the Upstate’s ECHL hockey team. The team was finalizing promotions for the season and had decided to leave the last theme night up … Continue reading Greenville Swamp Rabbits plan a soccer takeover on October 27

As USL rebrands, what could it mean for soccer in America?

USL Championship, League One, and League Two… Premier League? USL Cup? Promotion and relegation?!? Let’s look at the possibilities. (Photo Credit: Johnny Wakefield) On Tuesday, the United Soccer League announced a new brand identity that aligns the three leagues formerly known as USL, USL D3, and PDL under one central brand. If you have been … Continue reading As USL rebrands, what could it mean for soccer in America?

Uniting around the Beautiful Game: Equal Juego brings us together this Friday

Yes, a 14-year-old can change the world, and this Friday, Upstate soccer fans will help her do just that. (Photo Credit: Leo Lee) Fourteen-year-old Sophia Coronado saw a problem in her community. Having grown up in a Colombian family in Greenville, SC, she developed a love for soccer from a young age as her family and community … Continue reading Uniting around the Beautiful Game: Equal Juego brings us together this Friday

Why Greenville soccer fans should support college soccer

Never followed college soccer? Here are six reasons why you should start this year, especially if you live in the Upstate. (Photo Credit: Jarrett Campbell/Flickr) Summer is, sadly, drawing to a close. If your team plays in the Division IV level of the soccer pyramid, your season has finished. Like your old summer camp crush, you … Continue reading Why Greenville soccer fans should support college soccer