Charlotte FC secured its first win in team history and snapped a three-match losing streak, beating the New England Revolution soundly 3-1 at Bank of America Stadium.
The crowd was under half its size compared to the team’s last home appearance on March 5, when the Major League Soccer expansion club hosted an inaugural home crowd of 74,479 fans to set the league’s single-match attendance record. But the loyal 29,318 fans who were in attendance Saturday night witnessed the club’s first victory in franchise history. Chants of “Char-lotte F-C” filled the air.
Here’s what we learned during the match.