2011 Charlotte Eagles season
|Head Coach||Mark Steffens|
|Stadium||Charlotte Christian School|
|U.S. Open Cup||First Round|
|Highest home attendance||1,179 vs Richmond 9 July 2011|
|Lowest home attendance||854 vs Orlando City 16 April 2011|
|Average home league attendance||1,028|
The 2011 Charlotte Eagles season, is the club's 20th season in existence, and their eighth-consecutive year playing in the third division of American soccer. This year marks the club's debut in the newly created USL Pro League, an agglomeration of the defunct USL First and Second Divisions.
Review and events
U.S. Open Cup
|June 14, 2011 R1||Carolina Dynamo||1–3||Charlotte Eagles||Browns Summit, North Carolina|
|18:05 EDT||Lovejoy 39'||Report||Toby 23'
|Stadium: Macpherson Stadium
|June 21, 2011 R2||Wilmington Hammerheads||3–2 (a.e.t.)||Charlotte Eagles||Wilmington, North Carolina|
|19:00 EDT||Budnyi 63'
|Stadium: Legion Stadium
Referee: Daniel Fitzgerald
As of June 2, 2011.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Management and staff
- Pat Stewart - President
- Tom Engstrom - General Manager
- Mark Steffens - Head Coach
- Patrick Daka - Assistant Coach
- Kevin Sephton - Assistant Coach
- Steve Shak - Assistant Coach
- Ryan Souders - Goalkeeper Coach
- Allan Courtright - Director of Operations
|1||Orlando City SC (C)||24||15||6||3||36||16||+20||51||2011 USL Pro Commissioner's Cup, 2011 USL Pro Playoffs|
|2||Wilmington Hammerheads (A)||24||14||3||7||42||30||+12||45||2011 USL Pro Playoffs[a]|
|3||Richmond Kickers (A)||24||12||5||7||35||21||+14||41|
|4||Charleston Battery (A)||24||10||5||9||24||25||−1||35|
Rules for classification: Points, then tiebreak: 1) Head-to-head record based on total points in League games, 2) Total wins in League games, 3) Goal difference in League games, 4) Goals scored in League games, etc..
(A) Advances to USL Pro Playoffs; (C) Commissioner's Cup (best regular season record).
- The top four clubs in each division are guaranteed spots in the 2011 USL Pro Playoffs.
|1||Rochester Rhinos (A)||24||12||4||8||31||23||+8||40||2011 USL PRO Playoffs[a]|
|2||Harrisburg City Islanders (A)||24||10||7||7||37||30||+7||37|
|3||Los Angeles Blues (A)||24||8||9||7||34||29||+5||33|
|4||Pittsburgh Riverhounds (A)||24||7||6||11||23||32||−9||27|
|5||F.C. New York||24||6||7||11||27||37||−10||25|
|6||Dayton Dutch Lions||24||2||6||16||21||54||−33||12|
Rules for classification: Points, then tiebreak: 1) Head-to-head record based on total points in League games, 2) Total wins in League games, 3) Goal difference in League games, 4) Goals scored in League games, etc.
(A) Advances to USL Pro Playoffs.
- The top four clubs in each division are guaranteed spots in the 2011 USL PRO Playoffs.
|2||Jordan Harvey||DF||15||15||0||1||3||1||Expansion Draft||$63,125|
* = Not currently part of team.
Last updated: June 24, 2011
|#||Date||Player||Pos.||Previous Club||Transfer type||Fee/Notes||Ref.|
|No.||March 14, 2011||Player||MF||Club Name Here||Free||Did not renew contract. Signed with club on free transfer.|