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The Carolina Railhawks is an American pro soccer team founded in 2006. Today, it plays at the WakeMed Soccer Park located in Cary, North Carolina with a capacity of ten thousand. It is a franchise owned by Traffic Sports USA with Colin Clarke as the head coach. It is a member of the North American Soccer League and in 2012, ranked fourth in the regular seasons and made it to the semifinals in the playoffs. As one of he best teams in the league, it is no surprise that many soccer fans pre–order Carolina Railhawks tickets to see the team’s matches live.
The Carolina Railhawks are members of the NASL, within the American Soccer Pyramid. They have been playing and practicing at the WakeMed Soccer Park since 2007 and their official team colors are blue, white and orange. The franchise was formed after an expansion to the league to Cary, North Carolina was announced. Until 2010, the team was owned by a group made up of the Wellman Family, Boris Jerkunica, Bob Young, and Dr H. Paul Singh. In 2010, Traffic Sports USA became the owner of the franchise.
In 2006, Scott Schweitzer, former defender of the Rochester Rhinos became the first person to be the Carolina Railhawks head coach. Amongst the first to be signed onto the franchise were Chris Carrieri and Caleb Norkus from the UNC Tar Heels and a number of players from the USL, Major League Soccer and foreign players. In 2007, the team entered into a collaboration with the CASL and the Next Level Academy to start a youth league in the region. Today, a number of teams from the Super Y–League play under CASL RailHawks. In the U23 division, the Raleigh Elite, from the United States Leagues PDL, becoming the Cary RailHawks U23’s. A number of Super–20 League teams, two to be precise, were also founded in 2008, one for women and one for men.
In 2007, the franchise played their first season, to an audience six thousand plus large at the local soccer park, with their first match against the Minnesota Thunder ending in a draw. The debut goal in the history of the franchise was scored by Kupono Low, who scored it in the match’s eighth minute with a superb twenty four yard shot past the keeper. Their first win was against the Chivas USA with a score of 2–0. They then went on to win a match against the Charleston Battery, scoring a 3–0 victory and winning the Southern Derby Cup.
The franchise finished its first season within the league at a spectacular position, securing a spot in the playoffs on the regular season’s last day after scoring a 2–0 win against the California Victory. In the playoffs, they faced such teams as the Seattle Sounders. In 2009, they left the USL to found another American soccer league, named the North American Soccer League which began playing in 2010. Its first franchises were the Vancouver Whitecaps, Miami FC, Atlanta Silverbacks, Minnesota Thunder, Montreal Impact, Crystal Palace Baltimore, Tampa Bay Rowdies, and St. Louis Soccer United.
Today, after many wins and championships, this is a franchise to catch live by buying Carolina Railhawks tickets.
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