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North Carolina Courage

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Head Coach

Sean Nahas

League Position
6

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Established
2009 (13 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Sahlen’s Stadium
(10,000 Capacity)

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Location
Cary, North Carolina

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Competitions
American NWSL
American NWSL Challenge Cup

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Upcoming Events
01 Oct 22 San Diego  -  North Carolina

Latest Results
24 Sep 22 North Carolina  3 - 0  Gotham FC
21 Sep 22 Orlando Pride  0 - 3  North Carolina
17 Sep 22 North Carolina  1 - 2  OL Reign
14 Sep 22 North Carolina  1 - 0  Angel City
10 Sep 22 North Carolina  5 - 1  Racing Louisville

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The North Carolina Courage is a professional women's soccer team based in Cary, North Carolina. Its former incarnation, the Western New York Flash, was a founding member of the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL), the top level of women's soccer in the U.S., in 2013. They relocated to North Carolina for 2017. They are affiliated with the men's team North Carolina FC of the United Soccer League, and play their home games at Sahlen’s Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park.

In 2018 the North Carolina Courage became the first team in NWSL history to win the NWSL Shield and the NWSL Championship in the same season.

Team Members
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Debinha
#10




Kerolin
#9



Rylee
Baisden
#29



Jorian
Baucom
#33



Malia
Berkely
#7



Tess
Boade
#28



Katie
Bowen
#14



Abby
Erceg
#6



Emily
Gray
#16



Jaelene
Hinkle
#15 (Jaelene Daniels)



Kaleigh
Kurtz
#3



Merritt
Mathias
#11



Casey
Murphy
#1



Fuka
Nagano
#18



Denise
O'Sullivan
#8



Diana
Ordoñez
#12



Carson
Pickett
#4



Kiki
Pickett
#23



Brianna
Pinto
#5



Brittany
Ratcliffe
#27



Katelyn
Rowland
#99



Taylor
Smith
#2



Havana
Solaun
#19



Meredith
Speck
#25



Frankie
Tagliaferri
#24



Ryan
Williams
#13


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Stadium or Home

WakeMed Soccer Park is a major soccer complex located in Cary, North Carolina, United States. Originally opened in 2002 as the home of the Carolina Courage of the WUSA, WakeMed Soccer Park is now the home to North Carolina FC of the United Soccer League and the North Carolina Courage of the National Women's Soccer League. The North Carolina State Wolfpack men's and women's teams of the ACC play select matches there and the complex regularly hosts major tournaments such as the NCAA College Cup, the ACC Soccer Championships, and the NCHSAA high school state soccer finals.

The soccer complex consists of a purpose-built, soccer-specific main stadium, two lighted practice fields, and four additional fields. The main stadium and the two lighted fields (2 & 3) are all FIFA international regulation size (120 yards × 75 yards). The main stadium seats 10,000. Field 2 also has 1,000 permanent bleacher seats.

The complex also sports a full-length, nationally recognized cross-country course and houses the offices of Triangle Professional Soccer.

SAS Institute, a Cary-based software company, had naming rights to the soccer park through June 30, 2007 with the option to extend their naming rights for an additional 3 years. On September 27, 2007, the Town of Cary announced that SAS had not exercised their option on the naming rights and that WakeMed Health & Hospitals had purchased the naming rights to the stadium. Effective January 1, 2008, the stadium became known as WakeMed Soccer Park. The naming rights agreement with Cary is good for 3 years and cost $300,000 per year.

On March 31, 2017, it was announced that Sahlen Packing Company had acquired naming rights to the main stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park, thus becoming Sahlen's Stadium. Sahlen's will pay $400,000 over 5 years for the rights, with $100,000 going to the town of Cary and the rest to the North Carolina Courage.

Trophies

NWSL Challenge Cup
2022

NWSL Championship
2019

NWSL Shield
2019

NWSL Championship
2018

NWSL Shield
2018

Womens International Champions Cup
2018

NWSL Shield
2017


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