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It’s September and Football is back with a vengeance! The WFNZ Dog House powered by Jack Daniel’s kicks off September this Saturday, September 2nd, when UNC takes on USC for the Duke’s Mayo Classic. We will open at 3pm! Then CLT FC defends the fortress Saturday, September 16th and Wednesday, September 20th. Match Day tailgates […]

Charlotte FC

The critics were certainly silenced on Saturday night as Charlotte FC took down LAFC the defending MLS Cup Champions by a score of 2-1 at Bank of America Stadium. The action was fast and furious from the opening whistle with both sides having their share of moments. The Crown started fast and what a joy […]

                This week is double the fun at the WFNZ Dog House powered by Jack Daniel’s. Friday, August 25th, we open at 4pm to tailgate before the Panthers take on the Lions at Bank of America Stadium. Mac and Kyle join forces on-air broadcasting live from the Audi […]

Playing in front of a passionate 43,613 fans on Saturday night, Charlotte FC had to settle for a 2-2 tie with conference-leading Cincinnati FC. The Boys in Blue faded in the second half after starting off with a 2-0 lead in the first 45 minutes of play. Karol Świderski gave the Charlotte FC fans something […]

If you are looking for an example of resiliency, what you saw in Bank of America Stadium on Saturday night might be the best in a while in terms of Charlotte sports. Charlotte FC rallied not once or twice, but rather three times to pick up a draw against one of the best teams in the Western Conference.

Brett Jensen from WBT News joins Jeff Rickard on Charlotte Sports Today to discuss the North Carolina sports betting bill that just passed in the Senate and the House. Governor Cooper already said he will pass the bill when it lands on his desk so we can definitely expect sports betting to be legal in […]

Charlotte FC entered this week in the best spot they had been all season in the table. The squad had won five of six in MLS contests despite being one of the more banged up teams in the league and having one of the more grueling schedules in the league in the past month. On Saturday night, the fatigue and injuries seemed to catch up to them, as they put together one of their worst defensive performances of the year in a 4-2 loss to Columbus Crew.

We knew it was going to be a tough ask for Charlotte FC to go from Los Angeles to Philadelphia to face the defending Eastern Conference champs on a short turnaround. Add in the fact that the team was still without forwards Enzo Copetti, Kamil Jozwiak and McKenzie Gaines and it was nearly an impossible task.

Charlotte FC

As the English Football season comes to a close, the magic of Decision Day has emerged into the spotlight, causing some in the American soccer media to question, would MLS benefit from the addition of promotion and relegation? The visibility of the league continues to grow, especially with Apple’s Billion-dollar gamble to try and centralize […]

Charlotte FC

Charlotte FC used some late-night magic to score a set-piece goal in the 73rd minute to give The Crown a 1-0 victory over LA Galaxy on Saturday. Karol Świderski poked in a beautiful flick off of an equally brilliant corner-kick service from Justin Meram for the game’s only tally. Świderski’s goal ties Enzo Copetti for […]