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Greenville FC partners with Furman for home soccer stadium

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Greenville Football Club is an expansion team of the National Premier Soccer League.

The Eugene Stone Soccer Stadium is not only home to the Furman Men’s and Women’s Soccer teams. The field is now home to the city’s first professional soccer team, Greenville FC, reports The Greenville News. The football club is part of the National Premier Soccer League, which began in 2003 and has nearly 100 clubs that compete in four regions and 14 conferences. Said Greenville FC president and  2016 Furman alum Marco Carizzales, “Eugene Stone Soccer Stadium is close to my heart having been a player for Furman. I understand firsthand how this stadium allows us the opportunity to provide the Greenville FC community a meaningful experience.”

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