What you need to know about the Greenville Triumph’s 2023 season

From promo nights to where to get gear and who to watch, we’re getting you ready for kickoff.

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The Greenville Triumph Soccer Club is in its final weeks of practice before opening its fifth season Saturday, March 25 at its new home, Paladin Stadium at Furman University.

If you haven’t cheered on the Triumph with the rowdy fans — affectionately known as the Reedy River Riot what are you waiting for?

You’ll have 16 chances to catch the team at home this year, but we recommend starring these five dates so you don’t miss the fan-favorite theme nights:

Pro Tip: Get your gear to cheer on the Triumph at the Team Store (22 S. Main St.) or shop online.

Who to watch

Brandon Fricke | Defender | A three-time All-League selection, Fricke has made 70 appearances for the Triumph.

Evan Lee | Defender | Another All-League defender, Lee has been with the Triumph since its inaugural season, having played in 93 matches.

Aaron Walker | Midfielder | In each of his four seasons with the Triumph, Walker has been co-captain and earned All-League Second Team honors in 2021 — he’s first Triumph player to make 100 appearances for the team.

Jacob Labovitz | Forward | Last season as a rookie, Labovitz scored a brace and a hat trick in the same week, setting the record for most goals (five) scored by a single player in one week in USL League One history.

Read a full season preview from USL League 1.

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