Greenville, SC – Greenville Football Club announced today that with recent movement within the NPSL Southeast Conference it has decided to take a hiatus from the 2020 NPSL season.
After careful consideration and extensive due diligence, Greenville Football Club’s leadership has decided it is in the clubs best interest to refrain from 2020 NPSL play. The plan, in this hiatus, is to develop and execute on other key initiatives that can further grow and develop the game in the upstate, as well as, the Greenville FC brand, all the while planning an enhanced and exciting return to the Men’s game.
“This was a very difficult decision to come to, but a decision we found crucial for the long term health, sustainability and future growth of the organization as a whole,” said Marco Carrizales, Co-Founder of Greenville FC. “Our mission will never change, and that is to grow and build the sport of soccer in our community from every level of play.”
“Our main objective has always been to provide a platform for the growth of the sport, and up to this point that has been done primarily through the men’s program in the NPSL,” continued Carrizales. “That’s only one component of the overall intention of the Greenville FC organization.”
“We are incredibly thankful to this community and to every individual that has helped get Greenville FC to this point,” continued Carrizales. “Rest assured we will not be going anywhere. This isn’t a time to dwell, but rather a time to regroup and work harder than ever towards a fruitful future.”
(Greenville, SC) – Greenville Football Club is excited to take part in the 2019 NPSL Southeast Conference Playoffs, hosted at Finley Stadium in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The top four teams – Chattanooga FC, Greenville FC, Asheville City SC, and Inter Nashville FC – will square off in a final four format in Chattanooga. The four clubs will play in the semifinal matches on July 12th at 4:30 PM and 7:30 PM. Greenville FC will face neighboring Asheville City SC in Friday’s 4:30 PM semifinal match. The winners of the semifinal matches will play in the Conference Championship match on July 13th at 7:30 PM.
Gates open Friday, July 12th at 4 PM. A weekend pass will be sold for only $15. A weekend pass covers both semifinal matches on Friday, July 12th as well as the Championship on Saturday, July 13th.
Purchase your Weekend Pass here.
Kids ages 6 and under get in free. Please note that Finley Stadium has a clear bag policy and other policies in effect.
We’ll see you, Friday. Let’s do this, Greenville!
Greenville Football Club returns home to Sirrine Stadium to face Georgia Revolution FC this Saturday, June 29th at 7 pm for the club’s second to last home match, and the club has unveiled an exciting ticket promotion! To recognize and celebrate youth soccer in the Upstate, this weekend’s match will be coined ‘Youth Soccer Appreciation Night’.
Parents or guardians, want to get into Saturday’s match for the same price as your kid? Have your little one wear their club soccer jersey, a Greenville FC jersey or their favorite team from around the world’s jersey, and get into the match for the same price as your kid. That’s an adult ticket for only $5 when your kid wears his/her soccer jersey, can’t beat that.
This ticket offer is only valid for ticket purchases at the gate on match day. The match kicks off at 7 pm. Gates open at 6 pm.
Join us for what is set to be an exciting night at Sirrine Stadium! Don’t miss out as we make the final push to win capture the Southeastern Conference Title.
Greenville, SC – Greenville Football Club is pleased to announce the formation of the Greenville FC Corporate Cup. The Corporate Cup is a tournament hosted by Greenville FC in which local business can enter a team into for a chance to win a 2020 sponsorship with Greenville FC.
The Corporate Cup will be held Sunday, June 23rd from 5-9pm at the Kroc Center in downtown Greenville. The Tournament will be 7v7. Registration fee is $250 for 10 players max.
The Tournament will only feature 12 teams. There will be 3 groups of 4 teams that will play round robin and playoffs will be single elimination. Each team is guaranteed 3 games. Games will be 20 mins long with two 10 min halves. Ages 18 and up.
Each player for the team will receive:
- Ticket to the Greenville FC match on Saturday, June 29th at Sirrine Stadium (10 total tickets)
- Recognized on-field at halftime of the June 29th match
- 3 Guaranteed games
- Tournament champion receives a 2020 sponsorship with Greenville FC and free entry into the 2020 Corporate Cup
After purchasing your spot, a club representative will reach out for team name and scheduling updates. Limited availability so make sure to register fast!
Register here: http://bit.ly/2F7zyQD
Greenville, SC – Greenville FC continued their unbeaten start to the 2019 season with an impressive 6-0 victory over Inter Nashville FC on Saturday night at Sirrine Stadium.
Lee Squires made four changes to the starting XI that tied Chattanooga FC a week prior. Austin Mullins stepped into the net for an injured Paul Tyson, Malick Mbaye replaced Emil Tansinda at right back, Quinn McNeil stepped in for Emery May in midfield, Jamie North stepped up into a striker role, and Kimarni Smith dropped into left back for Thomas Spear.
Full Starting XI: Austin Mullins (GK), Malick Mbaye (RB), Toby Sims (CB), Harvey Moyes (CB), Kimarni Smith (LB), Tyler Bolton (CM), Sinclaire Sandy (CM), Quinn McNeill (RM), Manuel Perez (LM), David Koprowski (ST), Jamie North (ST).
Eager to get their first win at their new home, Greenville FC didn’t take long to get on the board after Manuel Perez smashed home a goal in the 5th minute. The goal came from a quick counter-attacking transition from Quinn McNeill to Jamie North down the right flank that was collected and sent across the pitch to Manuel Perez where he calmly collected it and struck it into the top corner.
Greenville FC earned a penalty kick in the 36th minute after an Inter Nashville players hand made contact with the ball in the box following a Greenville FC strike. The penalty was taken by Jamie North but was saved by the Inter Nashville FC keeper.
In the 38th minute, not long after the missed penalty, Jamie North served a lobbed ball across Inter Nashville FC’s 18-yard box that Malick Mbaye sent into the back of the net from a stellar bicycle kick to take the lead to 2-0.
David Koprowski would add another before halftime to send the team into the locker room with a three-goal advantage over Inter Nashville.
Greenville FC continued their dominance in the second half after Manuel Perez notched his second of the match in the 58th minute.
An Inter Nashville FC player was ejected in the 77th minute after things began to heat up in the match. Playing a man down, Inter Nashville allowed two more goals in the closing minutes of the game that came from Emery May in the 88th minute and Lars Kaula in the 90th minute.
Greenville FC put their attacking strength on display after tallying a total of six goals on a very defensively sound Inter Nashville. Greenville FC will face Inter Nashville again on Saturday, June 22nd at International Indoor Soccer Complex in Nashville, TN.
Greenville FC will host Atlanta Soccer Club this Friday, May 31st at Sirrine Stadium in downtown Greenville. Atlanta Soccer Club, formerly known as Atlanta Silverbacks FC, currently sit in 5th in the Southeast Conference with one win and two losses. You can get your tickets for the match powered by Engineered Sleep here.
Greenville, SC – Greenville Football Club continued their impressive form after coming back from a 2-0 deficit to tie Asheville City Soccer Club 2-2 Saturday at Sirrine Stadium for the club’s 2019 home opener.
Lee Squires kept much of the same lineup that won over Georgia Revolution FC the weekend before, bringing Quinn McNeill into the midfield position to allow Manuel Perez to shift into the number 10 playmaker position. The full starting XI: Paul Tyson (GK), Javier Gonzalez (RB), Jack Shiels (CB), Harvey Moyes (LB), Tyler Bolton (CM), Sinclair Sandy (CM), Quinn McNeill (RM), Jamie North (LM), Adrian Nunez (LW), Manuel Perez (RW), Lars Kaula (ST).
With a wide-open start to the match, Asheville City SC struck net first in the 29th minute to take the lead to 1-0. It took them no time to put their second on the board in the 30th minute, leaving Greenville FC players and supporters stunned.
Halftime was an extended one due to lightning strikes in the area, delaying 2nd half action by 30 minutes.
With a full recharge and tactic adjustments, Greenville FC started off on the right foot. David Koprowski entered the game at the start of the second half replacing Lars Kaula. Koprowski, full of energy, was eager to turn the game around.
Koprowski, only three minutes into the 2nd half, notched one back for the club after crashing a loose ball in the box, re-energizing the crowd and injecting new life into the team.
In the 81st minute, Jack Shiels notched the equalizer to bring the score to 2-2 with little time left to play. Both teams were eager for 3 points, which called for an exciting rest of the match.
Greenville FC fended off back to back corner kicks from Asheville City in the 88th minute and pushed for the winning goal but neither team at the end could secure all 3 points ending the match in a 2-2 draw.
Through rain, mud and weather delays the home opener against rival Asheville City SC is sure to be one to remember. The club will meet Asheville City again Saturday, June 8, at Memorial Stadium in Asheville, NC, for the final leg of the Carolina Classico.
Greenville FC heads to Chattanooga Saturday, May 18, to face Chattanooga FC at Finley Stadium. Chattanooga FC has yet to start NPSL regular season play due to their match against Inter Nashville getting postponed due to inclement weather.
Greenville FC will return home to Sirrine Stadium on May 25 to face Inter Nashville FC, who currently holds the number one position in the Southeast Conference with two wins and zero losses. You can get tickets ahead of time to the match powered by Engineered Sleep here.
Greenville, SC – Greenville Football Club today announced a partnership with Toss Pizza Pub that sees the bar/restaurant become an Official Pre and Post Match Destination for Greenville FC’s 2019 season.
Toss Pizza Pub is located at the bottom of South Ridge Apartments and next door to Biscuit Head, just a 2 minute walk to Sirrine Stadium’s front gates. The bar/restaurant will offer Happy Hour Specials from 3-7pm on Greenville FC gamedays and will also run post-match food and drink specials where you can mingle with Greenville FC players and staff.
The restaurant/bar has also crafted a special cocktail for the club as well as a pizza made of ingredients that match the team’s colors. Stop in for quality pizza, wings, appetizers and plenty of drinks to choose from. Make sure you tell them Greenville FC sent you!
Greenville FC home debut of 2019 is Saturday, May 11 at 7pm at Sirrine Stadium in downtown Greenville. You can purchase your tickets here.
Greenville, SC – Greenville Football Club today announced a partnership extension with Greenville Office Supply that sees the promotional company remain the Official Promo Sponsor for Greenville FC’s 2019 season.
“We are pleased to announce Greenville Office Supply as a returning partner for the 2019 season,” said Greenville FC president Marco Carrizales. “Greenville Office Supply is a staple organization in Greenville and beyond. Being able to work with a company that has served this area for so long is something special. The quality in product and service they provide is next to none.”
Since 1968, GOS has been committed to providing superior service to customers by offering an array of business services and office supplies. The GOS brand is committed to building local business in Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson, Greenwood and Asheville, as well as other places throughout the country.
“We take a great deal of pride being able to partner with Greenville FC on their mission of empowering and improving the Upstate,” said GOS Director of Sales Charles Scales IV. “Being involved in our community is one of our core values and something we actively seek out with local businesses, so to get to help out a great organization like this means a lot to us. We wish Greenville FC the best and much continued success and we will be here to support them along the way.”
You can find more information on Greenville Office Supply at www.gos1.com.
Greenville FC home debut of 2019 is Saturday, May 11 at Sirrine Stadium in downtown Greenville. You can get single match tickets by visiting the Ticket Page.
Greenville, SC – Greenville Football Club today announced Single Match Tickets are now available for purchase. An Adult Ticket is $12 and a Youth Ticket (6-13) is $5. Tickets can be purchased at the ‘Tickets’ tab on our website www.gvlfc.com.
Skip the lines on match day by purchasing your tickets online ahead of time with zero fees attached. With several food options and so much more going on, it’s set to be an exciting 2019 Season. Tell your friends and family to get their tickets so they can experience match day alongside you. See you soon!
If you are interested in purchasing group tickets please email email@example.com.
IMPORTANT MATCH DAY INFORMATION
When attending a Greenville FC match at Sirrine Stadium, accessibility and convenience is a main priority. Greenville FC fans are invited to park at three main lots near the stadium on match day. All parking is FREE of charge.
Parking at Sirrine Stadium and the NEXT Innovation Center are first come first serve.
Travel By Foot
Not interested in dealing with match day parking, not to worry! There are plenty of alternative methods to get to a Greenville FC match at Sirrine Stadium. Take in the beautiful downtown scenery throughout the day with family and friends, grab a quick bite and drink at a local restaurant/bar such as Papi’s Tacos or Toss Pizza Pub, then hop onto the Swamp Rabbit Trail at Falls Park and follow it past the Governors School and you’ll be at the front gates in approximately 13 minutes (unless you stop to enjoy the beautiful scenery of Falls Park).
Get dropped off right at the stadium by taking an Uber/Lyft from downtown Greenville or anywhere else in the downtown Greenville area. Pickup and drop off from Main St. will run you about $5, so an inexpensive alternative. There is free parking at several garages on Main St. that you can park, leave your car, enjoy the city then Uber/Lyft to the stadium without the worry of moving your car.
Travel by Bicycle
If you’re a bicycle rider, ride on over to the stadium in less than 5 minutes on the Swamp Rabbit Trail and leave your bike secured and safe at the front gates.
Greenville FC home debut of 2019 is Saturday, May 11 at Sirrine Stadium in downtown Greenville. You can get tickets by visiting here.
Greenville, SC – Greenville Football Club today announced a partnership with Greenville-based Nason Accounting LLC that sees the firm become the Official Starting XI Partner for Greenville FC’s 2019 home and away matches.
“We are pleased to announce Nason Accounting LLC as a premier partner for 2019,” said Greenville FC president Marco Carrizales. “Being able to partner with local business is a priority for us and we are so excited for this partnership. Nason Accounting LLC is well-known for the quality of service they provide and support of their local community.”
Nason Accounting LLC offers a full range of accounting services including tax planning and preparation services, bookkeeping, business valuation, financial consulting and much more for individual and businesses in Greenville, Simpsonville, Mauldin, SC and the surrounding area.
“Nason Accounting LLC is proud to partner with Greenville FC to support soccer in the Upstate of SC,” said Lisa Nason, founder of Nason Accounting LLC. “As a community-oriented soccer club, Greenville FC embodies all of the characteristics we admire, and we look forward to watching the club continue to grow.”
You can find more information on Nason Accounting LLC at www.nasonaccounting.com or by following them on Facebook.
Greenville FC home debut of 2019 is Saturday, May 11 at Sirrine Stadium in downtown Greenville. You can get season tickets by visiting https://www.gvlfc.com/tickets/.