Charlotte FC Announces Preseason Schedule for 2022 MLS Season
CHARLOTTE, NC - Charlotte FC today announced the Club's preseason plans for the 2022 Major League Soccer Season including stops at Clemson University, IMG Academy and ending with the historic Carolina Challenge Cup.
The team will depart for Clemson on January 16 to begin a nine-day training camp at the home of the 2021 NCAA Men's Soccer National Champions.
The Club's second stint of training will take place at IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL from January 28 to February 8. While in Florida, CLTFC will play multiple behind closed-door friendlies.
Charlotte FC's final stop for the preseason will be in Charleston for the Carolina Challenge Cup which will see the Club play a series of three friendlies at Patriots Point, home of the Charleston Battery.
On February 12, Charlotte FC will play the hosts, Charleston Battery, at 7:00 p.m. CLTFC will take on the Columbus Crew on February 15 at 5:00 p.m. before ending the tournament with Inter Miami on February 19 at 8:00 p.m.
Carolina Challenge Cup:
Sat. 2/12 - vs. Charleston Battery at 7:00PM
Tue. 2/15 - vs. Columbus Crew at 5:00PM
Sat. 2/19 - vs. Inter Miami at 8:00PM
Fans can visit www.seatgeek.com/charleston-battery-tickets for ticketing information.
Single-match tickets for all Charlotte FC 2022 MLS Regular Season matches will be on sale to the public on Friday at 10:00 a.m.
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