Chattanooga Red Wolves SC
|Full name||Chattanooga Red Wolves Soccer Club|
|Founded||August 1, 2018|
|Stadium||CHI Memorial Stadium|
|General Manager||Sean McDaniel|
|Head Coach||Jimmy Obleda|
|League||USL League One|
|Active departments of the|
Chattanooga Red Wolves
|Women's Senior Team (WPSL)|
|Dalton Red Wolves U-23|
|Park City Red Wolves U-23|
Chattanooga Red Wolves Soccer Club is an American professional soccer club based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. They are a founding member of USL League One, the third division of American soccer. The club was announced as a member of League One on August 1, 2018. The club also fields two semi-professional teams called the Dalton Red Wolves and Park City Red Wolves in USL League Two.
On August 1, 2018, it was announced by the United Soccer League that Chattanooga would be granted a side to play in their newly created third division for 2019. A month later, on September 11, 2018, the club announced their first head coach, Tim Hankinson. The club then officially announced their name, Chattanooga Red Wolves SC, on September 25, 2018.
On April 25, 2019, the club announced plans for a new soccer-specific stadium for the team in the Chattanooga suburb of East Ridge, Tennessee which will be part of a 100-acre, $125 million development including hotels, condominiums, apartments, retail shops, restaurants and convention space.
Players and staff
|Head coach & Technical director||Jimmy Obleda|
|Assistant coach||Kevin Sawchak|
|Goalkeeping coach||Joe Nasco|
Statistics and records
- As of October 24, 2020
- Includes USL Regular Season, USL Playoffs, U.S. Open Cup. Excludes friendlies.
|Season||USL League One||Playoffs||U.S. Open Cup||North America||Top Scorer|
|2019||28||10||10||8||35||37||40||5th||Did not qualify||1||0||0||1||1||—||Steven Beattie||9|
|2020||15||6||4||5||21||17||22||5th||Did not qualify||Cancelled||—||Greg Hurst||8|
Head coach records
- As of October 24, 2020
|Tim Hankinson||United States||September 11, 2018||November 20, 2019||29||10||11||8||35||40||34.48|
|Jimmy Obleda||United States||November 21, 2019||Present||15||6||4||5||21||17||40.00|
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