Category: Tri-Cities Otters

OSG/SDH Wednesday SoccerCast: Nashville SC U23 at Tri-Cities Otters

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It’s a big match-up in the South Atlantic Conference in the PDL

From Science Hill High School, it’s the home Tri-Cities Otters trying to make sure that Nashville SC U23 #FearTheFur in Johnson City

Kickoff 7PM EDT

Enjoy, y’all!

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OSG/SDH Tuesday SoccerCast: Tri-Cities Otters vs. Peachtree City MOBA

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It’s time for your Tuesday SoccerCast and for that we visit the PDL

Two teams look to make a move in the South Atlantic and it’s a tough test…

Peachtree City MOBA hosts a team that hopes you’ll fear the fur by the end of the night…

Kickoff 7:30 EDT

Enjoy,  y’all!

SDH Saturday SoccerCast: Tri-Cities Otters at Tormenta FC

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The Saturday SoccerCast on Soccer Down Here is in the PDL…

Two teams in the second level of the South Atlantic Division try to make a move on the division leaders when Tri-Cities travels to Statesboro to take on Tormenta FC…

Kickoff is 8:00 EDT, Pre-game is 730 EDT

Enjoy, y’all!

SDH SoccerCast For 5/17: Asheville City SC-Tri Cities Otters

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It’s a mid-week version of the Soccer Down Here/OSG Sports SoccerCast and it’s a friendly this time as the Tri-Cities Otters (Jason’s favorite logo and kit for 2017) visit Asheville City to take on their Hi-Wire Act…

Enjoy…

Charleston Battery forms partnerships with nearby PDL clubs

In a move designed to expand their scouting reach throughout the South, the Charleston Battery signed formal partnerships with three PDL clubs. The Myrtle Beach Mutiny, South Georgia Tormenta, and Tri-Cities Otters will work with the Battery on player identification, youth camps, and other items.

South Georgia Tormenta’s owner Darin Van Tassell told Soccer Down Here:

“To have an affiliation with the USL’s Charleston Battery says so much about where we have come as a franchise thus far. The Battery brings an expertise, a tradition, and a platform of professionals working at the next level of the soccer pyramid. Our ability to affiliate with them allows Tormenta FC to enhance further our mission to give young professionals — both players and in the front office — a path to being a pro. I am convinced that the Battery and Tormenta will benefit greatly, and it is another example of how the USL and PDL see our futures intertwined.”

Charleston recently extended their affiliation with Atlanta United for the 2017 season and that link makes them very attractive to lower division partners. As Battery head coach Mike Anhaeuser said:

“With our links to the MLS and the people we have coming to watch our games, you never know where these players might end up.”

Coast FA, the owners of the Myrtle Beach Mutiny, are excited about the opportunities that this partnership presents. Executive Director Heyward Gulledge said:

“This is huge news for our club because it creates a potential path for current Coast FA aspiring youth players to the PDL,USL and MLS. A Coast FA kid can now dream as a three year old playing in our McDonald’s Rec League to reach our country’s highest levels of soccer. I think the one thousand families at Coast FA will immediately become Charleston Battery fans.”

According to Myrtle Beach sporting director Pat Piscitelli, the Battery have agreed to a friendly match each year with the Mutiny as part of the partnership. Each club is also expected to send two players to Charleston’s 2017 trials this weekend.