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The CODfather Fish & Chips


Building off of the growing British and Irish Population in Charleston, The CODfather was the brainchild of brothers Adam and Matt Randall in 2016, promising PROPER Fish and Chips, whilst eventually branching out to Meat Pies and other typical English and Irish fare. The restaurant was such a resounding success, that in 2018, the brothers relocated to a bigger location at 4254 Spurrill Avenue in North Charleston. Their hours are from 11AM to 7PM, and they offer dine-in seating and call-ahead take out.


Global Scarves: A True Icon of Support

GLOBAL scarves

Global Scarves is one of the leading providers of  Soccer scarves in the US and Canada, providing scarves at many levels of the North American game, as well as for other events such as Fundraisers, Breweries, and other sports. Battery fan Mike Buytas is the North American sales representative, who offer affordable scarves for your club or supporter’s group at a minimum of 25 scarves. Contact Mike at

The British Bulldog Pub

The British Bulldog Pub in Columbia was founded by Mark Bowyer, Bill Quirk and Rob Sharpley in an attempt to bring quality Ales and Spirits and traditional English food to the area. The Bulldog shows Soccer and other sports of all kinds, as well as hosting live music nightly. You can find the Bulldog at 1220 Bower Parkway, Columbia, SC in suite E-10.

Ross Almers Photography and Design


Photographer Ross Almers has helped BYP with Battery photos since its inception in 2016, and has been photographing the Battery since 2014. A Regiment member and season ticket holder, Ross also takes photos of nature, community events, and other scenic and wildlife attractions.


Frothy Beard Brewing

Frothy Beard brewing

Frothy Beard began in 2013 as a joint venture between Michael Biondi, Steve McCauley, and Joey Siconolfi, all of whom pooled their brewing talents along with several shared interests, including the Battery. In 2017, the trio, now joined by Wesley Donahue to become a quartet, moved into a new and improved space on Sam Rittenberg Blvd in West Ashley.

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