Loudoun United FC Tryouts & Club Guide: History, Stadium, Players, and More!
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Loudoun United FC is an American professional soccer team based in Leesburg, Virginia. The team was founded in 2018 as the reserve team of D.C. United and made its debut in the USL Championship in 2019.
Loudoun United FC Youth Development System
At the time of this writing, there is no official academy/trial information for Loudoun United FC. Please come back at a later date while we monitor this club or click here to visit their official news page.
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As of July 18, 2018, the team’s name, colors, and crest were officially unveiled by the United States Soccer League and D.C. United. Loudoun United FC replaced Richmond Kickers as D.C. United’s affiliate in the United Soccer League (USL).
Colors and Badge
Similarly to parent club D.C. United, Loudoun United FC’s primary colors are black, red, and white. The red-and-white gyronny of Loudoun County’s flag and coat of arms appears on the club’s crest, along with a winged horse, as a nod to the club’s eagle logo and the county’s long history of equestrian sports.
The team plays at Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park’s new 5,000-seat Segra Field. D.C. United and the county contributed $15 million toward the construction of the stadium. Beginning in 2018, construction was finished in August 2019. In front of a crowd of 5,015 people, they played their first game in their new stadium against the Charlotte Independence after playing a few games at Audi Field. The game ended 3–3.
The Loudoun Stampede is the team’s primary fan base. There is a dedicated fan club that organizes tailgates, activities, and viewing parties.