Teams set for second year at Furman University
(Greenville, SC) October 9, 2023 – The Greenville Triumph and Greenville Liberty soccer clubs will continue to play their home matches at Furman University’s Paladin Stadium in 2024, the teams announced today.
The teams began play at Paladin Stadium in 2023 after moving from Legacy Early College, which hosted the first four seasons of Triumph play and the Liberty’s inaugural season in 2022. Paladin Stadium, which is home to Furman’s football and lacrosse teams, can seat over 8,000 fans for Triumph and Liberty matches.
“We’re excited to continue our relationship with Furman University and welcome our fans back to Paladin Stadium in 2024,” said club president Chris Lewis. “Furman has been a great partner and advocate for our organization, and we’ve enjoyed welcoming new fans to Furman’s campus in 2023. Paladin Stadium offers an excellent event experience for our supporters and fans, and we look forward to continuing to work to enhance that experience in 2024.”
“Furman Athletics is honored to welcome the Greenville Triumph and Greenville Liberty back to campus for the 2024 season,” said Vice President for Athletics Jason Donnelly. “We appreciate the strategic partnership with a premier organization and enjoyed hosting thousands of new fans at Paladin Stadium for a great experience this past summer.”
The club’s ownership group continues to work on securing a site for a multi-use entertainment venue to house both teams. The club will begin selling 2024 Triumph season tickets in early October, with Liberty season ticket sales starting in January. Triumph SC’s season will kick off in March, with the Liberty season beginning in May. For tickets and information, visit www.greenvilletriumph.com and www.greenvilleliberty.com
About Furman Athletics: Furman’s NCAA Division I athletics program, comprised of 18 sports and over 350+ student-athletes, is nationally recognized for excellence. A member of the Southern Conference since 1936, Furman has claimed 245 league team championships and made 131 appearances in NCAA Tournament competition. Among the university’s 167 All-Americans are basketball’s Frank Selvy, soccer’s Clint Dempsey, golf’s Brad Faxon and Dottie Pepper, and LPGA Hall of Famers Betsy King and Beth Daniel.