The Charleston Battery fell in their second game of the Carolina Challenge Cup thanks to a second half brace from Gyasi Zardes. Ian Svantesson’s second goal in as many matches just after the … Continue Reading Battery pegged back through Zardes double
The shape of the Charleston Battery’s 2018 roster is coming more and more into focus as we head into the final stretch in the lead up to the new season. With under … Continue Reading Cooper returns, Manarsay arrives to 2018 Battery
As we head into 2018, complete with a full schedule, the Charleston Battery currently have 12 players at their disposal. Ten returned from the previous campaign, including captain Taylor Mueller, veterans Quinton Griffith and Jarad van Schaik, last … Continue Reading The Current State of the Battery Roster
The Charleston Battery have announced the signing of striker Ian Svantesson ahead of the 2018 season on a one year deal. Svantesson led the Tulsa Roughnecks with 11 goals on the way … Continue Reading Striker Svantesson brings height, goals to 2018 Battery
At full time after Saturday’s final home game of 2017, the Battery announced the winners of this season’s team awards, as voted on by the fans, after what has been … Continue Reading Full list of 2017 Battery season award winners
A late winner from Lewis Neal condemned the Battery to a loss against Orlando City B on Saturday evening despite levelling late through Heviel Cordoves. The Battery were without Forrest Lasso through suspension, … Continue Reading Battery pegged back against Orlando despite late equalizer
The Charleston Battery conceded a late goal that denied them three points on Saturday against the New York Red Bulls II. Romario Williams’ return to action also saw his regular strike partner Attaula … Continue Reading Battery pegged back through late goal against NYRB
The Charleston Battery can count themselves unlucky Saturday evening, having lost to Toronto FC II. They had the majority of chances in the game, but were unable to put away their opportunities … Continue Reading Battery’s failure to convert leads to loss in Toronto
The Charleston Battery hoped a return home for the first match in three games would provide an upturn in fortunes after a demoralizing winless away trip, but they ended Saturday’s match … Continue Reading Battery frustrated in scoreless draw with Orlando
Maikel Chang‘s 83rd minute equalizer meant the Charleston Battery took a point from the final game of a three-match road trip Wednesday against the Pittsburgh Riverhounds. The visitors would open the scoring … Continue Reading Subs shine as Battery earn late point against Riverhounds
The Charleston Battery fell to the Tampa Bay Rowdies Saturday, having lost back-to-back games for the first time this season after goals from Joe Cole and Martin Paterson. There were a number of changes from … Continue Reading Battery guilty of overplaying in Tampa loss
The Battery would have to dig deep, but eventually got over the line for a hard fought 3 points.
The Battery were in fine form Saturday night, with Romario Williams and Dante Marini the standouts in a big win for the Black and Yellow
The Battery went into Saturday looking to make amends for a midweek Cup loss to Atlanta United, but with FC Cincinnati the opponent away from home, it wasn’t going to … Continue Reading Second half goals earn Battery a point in Cincy
It was an eight goal thriller on Saturday between the Battery & Louisville, with one side feeling worse for wear.
The Charleston Battery’s fourth round US Open Cup tie against the Jacksonville Armada was settled by a 24th minute own goal, which was enough to see them through after a tough … Continue Reading Battery get revenge on Jacksonville to advance in Open Cup