Charlotte FC

Charlotte FC

  • Location: Charlotte, North Carolina
  • Stadium: Bank of America Stadium
  • Coach: Christian Lattanzio
  • MLS Titles: 0

Current Squad / Roster

Team History

Charlotte has been up for a potential expansion team in the MLS standings dating back to 1996, but was consistently passed over until recently. The Charlotte Independence was founded in 2014 and plays out of the USL Championship.

Carolina Panthers (NFL) owner David Tepper presented an expansion bid to MLS officials in July 2019 and Charlotte was officially awarded a franchise in December 2019, although it didn’t begin play until the 2022 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The club plays out of the same stadium as the Panthers (Bank of America Stadium), but has a reduced capacity of 38,000.

Charlotte FC Records

Most Appearances: Brandt Bronico (24)
Most Goals: Karol Swiderski (7)
Largest Victory: 5-1 vs. Richmond Kickers in US Open Cup (2022)
Most Goals in a Single Game: 5 vs. Richmond Kickers (2022)

Championships won 

Historical events

Since the 2022 season marked the inaugural MLS betting stats campaign for Charlotte FC stats, the club has yet to really have any historical moments, with the exception of its first match and victory.

Charlotte FC betting played its first official MLS schedule match on February 6, 2022, and lost 3-0 to DC United. Its first home game was March 5 in a 1-0 losing effort to LA Galaxy – more than 74,000 people attended that match. Adam Armour became the first-ever goal scorer in Charlotte FC history, when he scored the team’s lone goal in a 2-1 loss to Atlanta United FC on March 13.

Charlotte FC stats won its first match on March 19, when it defeated New England Revolution 3-1.

Championship won by the team 

Charlotte FC hasn’t won any MLS odds titles to date, but did perform fairly well in its inaugural US Open Cup last season. The club reached the Round of 16 before eventually losing to New York Red Bulls.

So far, heading into the 2022-23 Premier League season, Chelsea have made a handful of moves. The biggest move they spent £47.5 million to bring in Raheem Sterling from Manchester City.

Sterling should challenge to be Chelsea’s leading goalscorer in 2022-23. 

On the defensive side of things, they spent £33 million to add Kalidou Koulibaly from Napoli. They have also been  linked to additional players as the season begins

They allowed defenders Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen to leave on free transfers. Rudiger, a long-time player for Chelsea, went to Real Madrid while Christensen went to Barcelona. They are also loaning striker Romelu Lukaku to Inter Milan for £7 million

The longest-tenured manager in team history was David Calderhead from 1907 to 1933. With 966 games managed, he has more than twice as many as the next manager, Ted Drake.

Calderhead won 385 games while Drake won 156 from 1952-61. Drake won Chelsea their first top-flight title in 1955. 

David Sexton (164) and Tommy Docherty (142) also have more than 100 wins as Chelsea managers. Docherty won a League Cup while Sexton won an FA Cup and UEFA Cup Winners’ CUP.

Jose Mourinho won 64% of his games, a Chelsea record for any manager with at least 40 games. He won 204 matches, drew 69 and lost just 48 times in charge of the Blues.

Mourinho led Chelsea to three Premier League Titles, a FA Cup, three Football league Cups and one Community Shield

Team Standings

Team Leaders


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