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South Carolina Set For Big Conference Home Match
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South Carolina Set For Big Conference Home Match

Carolina to welcome Charlotte to Columbia on Saturday

COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina men’s soccer returns to Stone Stadium for a 2:00 p.m. ET kick against Charlotte on Saturday. Fans can watch through and follow along with live stats.  
Carolina will look to earn a key three points at home after playing to a 1-1 tie on the road this past Sunday at ODU. ODU took a 1-0 lead at the 54-minute mark before Brian Banahan’s finish on the penalty kick in the 83rd minute gave the Gamecocks the late equalizer to send the match to overtime.
The goal was Banahan’s fourth of the season.

South Carolina has played well at home all season long and has outscored its opponents 8-6 in home matches during the spring portion of the 2020-21 schedule.
Conference USA announced this past fall that there will not be a conference tournament. 
For fans at home games this spring, the University of South Carolina announced changes to the ticketing process for the 2021 spring soccer season this past Thursday. Stone Stadium will continue to have a reduced seating capacity of approximately 675 seats, which was approved by the South Carolina Department of Commerce prior to the fall portion of the season and will open tickets to the general public for the spring contests.
Tickets are available for $5 each and must be purchased online. All tickets will be mobile and walk-up tickets are not available for sale during the spring. 
Fans must purchase tickets in pods of two or pods of four to adhere to our social distance policy. Tickets for the spring will be general admission. However, fans with tickets will be required to sit in sections two, three or seven. Stickers will be placed in the stands to designate available pods of two or pods of four seats.
To purchase tickets, visit To purchase a pod of two tickets, use promo code Soccer2 and to purchase a pod of four tickets, use promo code Soccer4. Additional instructions can be found on the purchase site.
Students will not be required to claim tickets for the spring contests. Student tickets are available on a first-come, first-serve basis at the gate beginning one hour prior to kick-off. Students must bring their CarolinaCard and enter through the Whaley Street side of the stadium. Students will receive a reward point for attending and must sit in sections eight or nine in pods of 2.
Concessions stands at Stone Stadium will not be open for the 2020-21 season. Fans will be permitted to bring in one sealed bottle of water. 
Game day parking is available for fans in the Heyward Street Garage located at 1300 Heyward Street. Parking is free of charge in this location and is available on all levels on a first-come, first-served basis. Handicap parking is also located at designated spaces within the Heyward Street Garage. An elevator is located within the garage for fans who will need to access the elevator to get to the ground level. 
South Carolina men’s soccer will be honoring legendary head coach Mark Berson throughout the spring as he’s set to retire after 43 years leading the program. He is the winningest active coach in NCAA Division I men’s soccer and one of only four coaches in Division I history to achieve 500 wins. Under his direction, South Carolina has earned 21 NCAA Tournament appearances in 42 seasons. The Gamecocks have been to four NCAA Quarterfinals, two College Cups, and one College Cup Final. They have advanced to the second round 13 times.

  • Fans can watch all South Carolina home matches through Watch links can be found at the top of the story and on the men’s soccer portion of the website under “live streaming.

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