Name
Racing Louisville FC

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Angel City vs Racing Louisville FC (26 Sep)

Head Coach

Kim Björkegren

League Position
11

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Established
2019 (3 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Lynn Family Stadium
(15,304 Capacity)

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Location
Louisville, Kentucky

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Competitions
American NWSL
American NWSL Challenge Cup

Last Edit
Ovokx: 11/Jul/22
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Upcoming Events
26 Sep 22 Angel City  -  Racing Louisville
01 Oct 22 Racing Louisville  -  Kansas City

Latest Results
22 Sep 22 Portland Thorns  3 - 0  Racing Louisville
16 Sep 22 Racing Louisville  2 - 0  Orlando Pride
10 Sep 22 North Carolina  5 - 1  Racing Louisville
27 Aug 22 Racing Louisville  0 - 4  Chicago Red
13 Aug 22 Houston Dash  0 - 0  Racing Louisville

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Racing Louisville Football Club is a National Women's Soccer League expansion team based in Louisville, Kentucky. It began playing in 2021 at Lynn Family Stadium. The team is owned by Soccer Holdings LLC, which also owns Louisville City FC of the USL Championship. The expansion team was announced on October 22, 2019.

Team Members
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Jordyn
Bloomer
#24



Gemma
Bonner
#4



Alex
Chidiac
#27



Kirsten
Davis
#22



Savannah
DeMelo
#7



Emina
Ekic
#13



Emily
Fox
#11



Parker
Goins
#21



Sh'Nia
Gordon
#23



Rebecca
Holloway
#25



Jaelin
Howell
#6



Julia
Lester
#15



Katie
Lund
#1



Taylor
Malham
#12



Nealy
Martin
#14



Cheyna
Matthews
#20



Jessica
McDonald
#14



Addisyn
Merrick
#26



Lauren
Milliet
#2



Satara
Murray
#44



Nadia
Nadim
#10



Freja
Olofsson
#8



Taylor
Otto
#19



Wang
Shuang
#77


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Stadium or Home

Lynn Family Stadium is a soccer-specific stadium in the Butchertown neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky, United States. It has hosted Louisville City FC of the USL Championship (USLC) since it opened in 2020 and Racing Louisville FC of the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) since 2021. The venue has 11,700 permanent seats, with expansion for up to 15,304 spectators, and began construction in 2018.

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