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7:56 am on Monday April 2, 2012

Mutiny fall short against Wilmington

Image courtesy of the Lowcountry Crew Mutiny pre-game against the Hammerheads This past Sunday the Myrtle Beach Football club had their first real test against the Wilmington Hammerheads.  With nearly 1,400 Hammerhead fans on hand at Legion Stadium...
1:19 pm on Thursday March 29, 2012

Mutiny against the Grand Strand All-Stars (Update: Game recap)

Update: The Grand Strand All-Stars put forth a valiant effort in their scrimmage match against the Myrtle Beach Mutiny and walked away with their heads held high. While The Myrtle Beach Mutiny showcased skill and balance with their 4-0 victory in...
12:30 pm on Thursday March 8, 2012

Mutiny in Myrtle Beach

MB FC Mutiny New logo for the MB FC Mutiny soccer team There is a mutiny rising in Myrtle Beach and it's packing a powerful kick.  The Myrtle Beach Football Club announced that they'll head into 2012 as Myrtle Beach FC... Mutiny! Club President...
7:05 am on Friday February 3, 2012

Myrtle Beach pro-sports ramping up with tryouts (Update: Round 2 for soccer)

Update February 3, 2012: Myrtle Beach FC is having their Round 2 tryouts this Saturday, February 4, 2012 at 2 p.m. at Socastee Park. Over 70 players showed up for the Round 1 tryout see the photo album here. The Round 2 tryouts are mandatory for...
5:03 am on Sunday January 1, 2012

Myrtle Beach FC joins NPSL for 2012 season (Update: Home venue set)

Update January 1, 2012: The fledgling football club has secured Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium as their home pitch. "We have been interested in Doug Shaw Memorial stadium since we first started this project" said Trym Hogner, Myrtle Beach FC President...
4:13 am on Friday November 18, 2011

Former Charleston Battery striker signs on as Myrtle Beach FC Head Coach

Aaron Marks (ESPN), Patrick "Thunder" Olaere (Head Coach), Tristan Patterson (CEO of Myrtle Beach FC) Myrtle Beach FC announces the signing of former New England Revolution striker, and the 1st player to be inducted into the Charleston Battery Hall...
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