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Charm City FC
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Full name Charm City FC
Founded 2007
Stadium Arundel High School
(Capacity: ????)
Chairman United States Patrick Crawford
Manager United States Jason Rims
League National Premier Soccer League
2009 Regular Season: 6th, Keystone
Playoffs: did not qualify
Home colors
Away colors

Charm City FC is an American soccer team based in Gambrills, Maryland, United States. Founded in 2007, the team plays in National Premier Soccer League (NPSL), a national amateur league at the fourth tier of the American Soccer Pyramid, in the Eastern Keystone Division.

The team plays its home games in the athletic stadium on the campus of Arundel High School, where they have played since 2009. The team's colors are orange, silver and white.

The team formerly played at the Harford Community College's venue in Bel Air, when they were known as Maryland United FC.

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History

Maryland United was formed in 2003. They participated in the Washington International Soccer League from 2003 to 2005; in their first season they defeated Aegean Hawks 6-5 in the finals of the Dent Professor Cup. They also lost in the semi final of the Terril Cup in 2005. In 2006 they lost in the quarter finals of the National Indoor Championships in Ohio.

In addition to outdoor soccer, United played indoor soccer under the Premier Arena Soccer League in 2007. Maryland United won two league championships in WISL, 2 in the Germantown 7-a-side tournament, and 2 at the Rockville Soccer Plex.

Players

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Current roster

as at June 7, 2009

No. Position Player
1 United States GK Jason Rims
2 United States MF Andrew Gillis
3 United States MF Chad Meusel
4 United States DF Brandon Fischer
5 United States DF Matt Beckman
6 United States DF Eric Breach
7 United States MF B. J. Miller
8 United States FW Mike Brown
9 United States MF Tony Tamanini
10 United States MF Joe Sladek
11 United States DF Maxx Hurkamp
12 United States DF Steve Novak
13 United States MF Pat Crawford
14 United States FW Powell Cucchiella
15 United States DF Darren Larocque
16 United States MF Sean Scarselletta
17 United States DF Bryan Moffa
18 United States FW Ben Pardew
19 United States DF Hugh Fike
No. Position Player
21 United States MF Lucas Pardew
22 United States FW Louis Karko
23 United States DF Scott Zakroski
25 United States DF Eric Ravendel
26 United States MF J. C. Cole
27 United States MF Kyle Sterling
30 United States GK Mike Svehla
31 United States MF Elon Backer
32 United States MF Billy Reinhardt
United States Tommy Appel-Schumacher
United States Luciano Brunetti
United States Angus Burke
United States Ben Delisle
United States Jerry Fialkewicz
United States Phil Greatwich
United States Timothy Lane
United States Marco Mangione
United States Tarik Walker
United States Greg Wellinghoff

Notable former players

Year-by-year

Year Division League Regular Season Playoffs Open Cup
2008 4 NPSL 3rd, Mid Atlantic Did not qualify Did not qualify
2009 4 NPSL 6th, Keystone Did not qualify Did not qualify

Head coaches

  • United States James Oman (2008)
  • United States Jason Rims (2009-present)

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