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Charlie Davies Joins Prospective League One Ownership Group

November 19, 2020 - United Soccer League One (USL1) News Release


Count Charlie Davies in.

The former United States Men's National Teams striker was announced on Thursday as the newest member of a prospective ownership group aiming to bring USL League One to New Hampshire for the 2022 season.

"I could not be more excited about the prospect of bringing a League One club to my home state," said Davies, a native of Manchester, N.H. "We want to provide opportunity and create a club that the entire state can be proud of. New Hampshire has never had a team it can really call its own. We can be that."

The addition of USL New Hampshire would add to League One's presence in the northeast, with the New England Revolution II having joined the league this year and another prospective ownership group led by former professional player Gabe Hoffman-Johnson targeting Maine as another home for a future League One club.

Davies' move also sees him become the latest former U.S. Men's National Team player to take an ownership stake in a professional USL club. He follows former teammates DaMarcus Beasley, who in October announced Fort Wayne FC's plan to join League One in 2023, as well as Landon Donovan (San Diego Loyal SC) and Tim Howard (Memphis 901 FC), both of whom are currently leading their respective clubs in the USL Championship while holding minority ownerships.

Davies made 17 appearances for the United States in his career, including helping the side reach the Final of the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup. In addition, he made more than 200 appearances in the professional ranks both in Europe and North America, including stints with D.C. United, the New England Revolution and the Philadelphia Union in Major League Soccer.

Prior to joining the professional ranks, Davies competed collegiately for Boston College and in USL League Two for the Westchester Flames. Since the conclusion of his playing career, Davies has established himself in the media sphere as a regular panelist for MLSSoccer.com and as a color commentator for New England Revolution regional broadcasts. He also co-hosts the U.S. Soccer podcast with Jordan Angeli.


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