New for 2019: Greenville Triumph

Greenville Triumph

Branding for Greenville, SC‘s club in USL Division III has been unveiled, as the team will be known as Greenville Triumph

The Greenville Triumph will sport fresh green and navy blue colors when the team takes the field in March 2019 to open play in the inaugural season of USL Division III. The team’s crest pays homage to the Blue Ridge Mountains and the rivers that contribute to the beauty and livability of the Upstate.

Doug Erwin, vice chairman and chief brand officer of the team, said the name speaks to Greenville’s triumphs to create one of the most envied communities in the country.

“Triumph means you’ve won. You’ve overcome obstacles, opposition and competition to achieve a goal,” he said. “The ability to pick yourself up when you’re knocked down is fundamental in sports and life – every bit as inspiring as it is in the case of communities and neighborhoods.”

“The fact that we’re confident enough now to locate a professional soccer team here is another sign of our triumph over what we were just a couple of decades ago,” said Joe Erwin, chairman of Greenville Triumph SC. “Win or lose, this soccer team represents and reflects our triumph as a community and our fierce determination to keep moving forward.”

The USL announced in March that an ownership group led by Joe Erwin acquired a USL DIII soccer franchise and was bringing professional soccer to the Upstate for the league’s inaugural season in 2019. The owners continue to evaluate potential sites for play the first season and beyond.

In the meantime, the team is moving forward with a variety of community events, such as its recent World Cup watch parties and an upcoming Kickers Clinic for children ages 6-14 on Saturday, Aug. 11. More than 70 aspiring soccer stars registered to attend the clinic at Gary L. Pittman Park on Greenville’s Eastside. The instruction, conducted by 11.11 Training, will introduce kids to the game by focusing on fundamentals, basic foot skills, speed and technique.

The club also supported the Banda Premier Youth Soccer Camp, a four-week special camp being held at Pittman Park for 24 local soccer players ages 12-14 from across the Upstate.

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August Publications