2019 USL Championship season

The 2019 USL Championship season is the ninth season of the USL Championship and third under Division II sanctioning. This is the first season in which the league is operating under the name "USL Championship," having used the name "United Soccer League" through 2018. The season began on March 8, 2019 and concluded on October 20, 2019; with each team playing 34 matches.[1] 36 teams competed in the 2019 USL Championship season, split into 2 conferences of 18 teams each. Louisville City FC are the two-time defending USL Cup champions.

USL Championship
Season2019
ChampionsReal Monarchs SLC
Regular season titlePhoenix Rising FC
Matches played612
Goals scored1,904 (3.11 per match)
Top goalscorerSolomon Asante (22)
Biggest home winNYR 8–1 ATL
(July 13)
PGH 7–0 BHM
(October 26) - USL Playoff Record
Biggest away winATL 0–5 PIT
(June 15)
CHS 0–5 TBR
(August 3)
Highest scoringLOU 8–3 SPR
(October 12)
Longest winning run20 games
Phoenix Rising FC
(May 10 – September 21)
(USLC Record, North American Record)
Longest unbeaten run20 games
Phoenix Rising FC
(May 10 – September 21)
Longest winless run17 games
Tulsa Roughnecks
(April 27 – August 28)
Longest losing run8 games
Hartford Athletic
(March 9 – April 27)
Highest attendance20,251
IND 1–0 HFD
(March 30)
Lowest attendance214
SPR 3–2 LOU
(May 6)
Total attendance2,740,323
Average attendance4,478
2018
2020
All statistics correct as of November 17, 2019.

The 2019 season is the last for the current version of Nashville SC. The club's identity will transfer to a Major League Soccer team that will start play in 2020.[2] Additionally, this season was the last for Ottawa Fury FC. On November 8, the club announced that it had suspended operations; Fury FC had received sanctioning from its country's governing body, Canada Soccer, but was denied by U.S. Soccer and the continental governing body of CONCACAF.[3]

Changes from 2018

Expansion clubs
Departing clubs
Rebranded clubs

Teams

The following teams are playing in the 2019 USL Championship season:[6]

Team Location Stadium Capacity Head coach MLS affiliate / ownership
Atlanta United 2 Kennesaw, Georgia Fifth Third Bank Stadium 8,318 Stephen Glass Atlanta United FC
Austin Bold FC Austin, Texas Bold Stadium 5,000 Marcelo Serrano
Bethlehem Steel FC Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Talen Energy Stadium 16,000 Brendan Burke Philadelphia Union
Birmingham Legion FC Birmingham, Alabama BBVA Field 5,000 Tom Soehn
Charleston Battery Charleston, South Carolina MUSC Health Stadium 5,100 Mike Anhaeuser
Charlotte Independence Matthews, North Carolina Sportsplex at Matthews 5,000 Mike Jeffries
Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC Colorado Springs, Colorado Weidner Field 5,000 Wolde Harris (Interim) Colorado Rapids
El Paso Locomotive FC El Paso, Texas Southwest University Park 9,500 Mark Lowry
Fresno FC Fresno, California Chukchansi Park 12,500 Adam Smith
Hartford Athletic Hartford, Connecticut Dillon Stadium 5,500 Jimmy Nielsen
Indy Eleven Indianapolis, Indiana Lucas Oil Stadium 62,421 Martin Rennie Chicago Fire
LA Galaxy II Carson, California Dignity Health Track Stadium 5,000 Junior Gonzalez (Interim) LA Galaxy
Las Vegas Lights FC Las Vegas, Nevada Cashman Field 9,334 Eric Wynalda
Loudoun United FC Leesburg, Virginia Segra Field 5,000 Ryan Martin D.C. United
Louisville City FC Louisville, Kentucky Louisville Slugger Field 8,000 John Hackworth
Memphis 901 FC Memphis, Tennessee AutoZone Park 10,000 Tim Mulqueen
Nashville SC Nashville, Tennessee First Tennessee Park 10,000 Gary Smith
New Mexico United Albuquerque, New Mexico Isotopes Park 13,500 Troy Lesesne
New York Red Bulls II Montclair, New Jersey MSU Soccer Park at Pittser Field 5,000 John Wolyniec New York Red Bulls
North Carolina FC Cary, North Carolina WakeMed Soccer Park 10,000 Dave Sarachan
OKC Energy FC Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Taft Stadium 7,500 Steve Cooke
Orange County SC Irvine, California Champion Stadium 5,000 Braeden Cloutier
Ottawa Fury FC Ottawa, Ontario TD Place Stadium 24,000 Nikola Popovic Montreal Impact
Phoenix Rising FC Tempe, Arizona Casino Arizona Field 6,200 Rick Schantz
Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Highmark Stadium 5,000 Bob Lilley
Portland Timbers 2 Portland, Oregon Providence Park 25,218 Cameron Knowles Portland Timbers
Real Monarchs Herriman, Utah Zions Bank Stadium 5,000 Jámison Olave (Interim) Real Salt Lake
Reno 1868 FC Reno, Nevada Greater Nevada Field 9,013 Ian Russell San Jose Earthquakes
Rio Grande Valley FC Toros Edinburg, Texas H-E-B Park 9,400 Gerson Echeverry Houston Dynamo
Sacramento Republic FC Sacramento, California Papa Murphy's Park 11,569 Simon Elliott
Saint Louis FC Fenton, Missouri West Community Stadium 5,500 Anthony Pulis
San Antonio FC San Antonio, Texas Toyota Field 8,296 Darren Powell New York City FC
Swope Park Rangers Kansas City, Kansas Children's Mercy Park 18,467 Paulo Nagamura Sporting Kansas City
Tacoma Defiance Tacoma, Washington Cheney Stadium 6,500 Chris Little Seattle Sounders FC
Tampa Bay Rowdies St. Petersburg, Florida Al Lang Stadium 7,227 Neill Collins
Tulsa Roughnecks FC Tulsa, Oklahoma ONEOK Field 7,833 Michael Nsien
  MLS-affiliated
  MLS-owned

Competition format

The season began the weekend of March 8–10 and will conclude the weekend of October 18–20. The 2019 USL Cup Playoffs are expected to begin October 25–27, and conclude with the final match November 14–18.[1]

This is the first season where the USL teams will only play teams within their own conference for regular-season and playoff games until the USL Cup final. Thus, each team will play a balanced home-and-away schedule against each of the other teams in its conference, resulting in a 34-game schedule.[7]

Managerial changes

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Incoming manager Date of appointment
Las Vegas Lights FC Isidro Sánchez[8] Contract not renewed October 14, 2018 Eric Wynalda[9] October 17, 2018
North Carolina FC Colin Clarke[10] Contract not renewed October 17, 2018 Dave Sarachan December 17, 2018
Phoenix Rising FC Rick Schantz End of interim period November 14, 2018 Rick Schantz[11] November 14, 2018
Charlotte Independence Mike Jefferies Promoted to general manager December 7, 2018 Jim McGuinness December 7, 2018
Tulsa Roughnecks Michael Nsien End of interim period Michael Nsien
Real Monarchs Jámison Olave End of interim period January 21, 2019 Martín Vásquez January 21, 2019
Tacoma Defiance John Hutchinson Left organization January 23, 2019 Chris Little January 23, 2019
Atlanta United 2 Scott Donnelly Left organization January 10, 2019 Stephen Glass January 30, 2019
Loudoun United FC Richie Williams[12] Left organization May 30, 2019 Ryan Martin[13] May 30, 2019
Charlotte Independence Jim McGuinness Fired June 12, 2019 Mike Jeffries[14] June 12, 2019
Real Monarchs Martín Vásquez[15] Left organization July 1, 2019 Jámison Olave (Interim) July 1, 2019
Colorado Springs Switchbacks Steve Trittschuh[16] Fired July 1, 2019 Wolde Harris (Interim) July 1, 2019
LA Galaxy II Mike Muñoz[17] Fired July 19, 2019 Junior Gonzalez (Interim) July 19, 2019
Colorado Springs Switchbacks Wolde Harris End of interim period September 23, 2019 Alan Koch[18] September 23, 2019

League table

Eastern Conference
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC 34 19 11 4 58 30 +28 68 Conference Quarterfinals
2 Nashville SC 34 20 7 7 59 26 +33 67
3 Indy Eleven 34 19 6 9 48 29 +19 63
4 Louisville City FC 34 17 9 8 58 41 +17 60
5 Tampa Bay Rowdies 34 16 10 8 61 33 +28 58
6 New York Red Bulls II 34 17 6 11 74 51 +23 57
7 North Carolina FC 34 16 8 10 57 37 +20 56 Play-In Round
8 Ottawa Fury FC 34 14 10 10 50 43 +7 52
9 Charleston Battery 34 11 13 10 44 44 0 46
10 Birmingham Legion FC 34 12 7 15 35 51 16 43
11 Saint Louis FC 34 11 9 14 40 41 1 42
12 Loudoun United FC 34 11 6 17 59 65 6 39
13 Charlotte Independence 34 9 11 14 42 53 11 38
14 Atlanta United 2 34 9 8 17 45 77 32 35
15 Memphis 901 FC 34 9 7 18 37 52 15 34
16 Bethlehem Steel FC 34 8 7 19 49 78 29 31
17 Hartford Athletic 34 8 5 21 49 80 31 29
18 Swope Park Rangers 34 6 8 20 46 80 34 26
Source: USL Championship Standings
Rules for classification: 1) total wins; 2) total goal differential; 3) total goals scored; 4) points earned against top four Conference finishers; 5) disciplinary points; 6) coin toss or drawing of lots
Western Conference
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Phoenix Rising FC (X) 34 24 6 4 89 36 +53 78 Conference Quarterfinals
2 Reno 1868 FC 34 18 6 10 72 51 +21 60
3 Fresno FC 34 16 9 9 58 44 +14 57
4 Real Monarchs (C) 34 16 8 10 71 53 +18 56
5 Orange County SC 34 15 9 10 54 43 +11 54
6 El Paso Locomotive FC 34 13 11 10 42 36 +6 50
7 Sacramento Republic 34 14 6 14 50 43 +7 48 Play-In Round
8 Austin Bold FC 34 13 9 12 53 52 +1 48
9 LA Galaxy II 34 12 12 10 59 62 3 48
10 New Mexico United 34 11 13 10 59 57 +2 46
11 San Antonio FC 34 12 9 13 62 57 +5 45
12 Rio Grande Valley Toros 34 11 8 15 50 58 8 41
13 Las Vegas Lights FC 34 11 8 15 46 56 10 41
14 Portland Timbers 2 34 10 8 16 65 71 6 38
15 OKC Energy FC 34 9 11 14 45 58 13 38
16 Tulsa Roughnecks 34 8 10 16 45 69 24 34
17 Tacoma Defiance 34 8 7 19 42 82 40 31
18 Colorado Springs Switchbacks 34 7 6 21 31 65 34 27
Source: USL Championship Standings
Rules for classification: 1) total wins; 2) total goal differential; 3) total goals scored; 4) points earned against top four Conference finishers; 5) disciplinary points; 6) coin toss or drawing of lots
(C) Champion; (X) Regular Season League Champion.

Results table

Color Key: Home   Away   Win   Loss   Draw
ClubMatch
12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031323334
Atlanta United 2
(ATL)
HFDLOUCLTSTLMEMNCATBROTTNSHBSTSPRCHSNYRPGHINDLDNNYRBHMCLTNCALDNLOUSPRHFDMEMBHMOTTTBRCHSINDSTLPGHBSTNSH
2–00–13–30–21–02–11–40–20–21–11–11–11–30–50–11–21–80–42–22–44–21–52–12–31–20–53–21–13–12–11–11–15–20–3
Austin Bold FC
(AUS)
LVLRNOSANSACPHXELPSLCLAGOKCOCOFRSNMUTULPORTACRGVCOSSANOCOPHXFRSNMULAGTULOKCRGVCOSSACRNOLVLPORELPSLCTAC
0–01–21–00–11–00–03–20–12–12–20–11–33–22–21–11–05–00–33–20–61–02–21–35–12–43–01–11–21–24–12–11–12–21–3
Bethlehem Steel FC
(BST)
BHMNCAMEMPGHSPRCHSCLTINDLDNATLOTTLOUNYRNSHSTLTBRHFDPGHNYRLOUSTLHFDNSHBHMSPRNCAINDLDNTBRMEMCLTATLOTTCHS
2–00–10–12–24–33–11–20–33–31–10–32–20–41–43–11–23–00–13–41–00–30–30–02–32–03–31–25–21–60–51–22–51–11–5
Birmingham Legion FC
(BHM)
BSTOTTLOUSTLSPRLDNNYRMEMLOUNCANSHTBRCHSCLTHFDINDPGHNCAATLCLTOTTTBRMEMBSTLDNATLSTLNSHINDSPRCHSHFDNYRPGH
0–20–13–23–20–01–00–52–20–30–00–10–21–31–42–20–31–41–04–01–00–01–01–03–21–15–00–20–11–01–30–00–42–10–1
Charleston Battery
(CHS)
OTTHFDNCACLTBSTNSHMEMPGHSTLINDATLLOUBHMTBRSPROTTNYRHFDTBRSTLLDNLOUNSHCLTINDSPRPGHATLNCANYRBHMLDNMEMBST
1–12–11–12–01–33–11–02–20–00–11–11–43–11–11–12–31–13–20–51–12–11–21–20–01–00–00–11–32–11–10–01–22–05–1
Charlotte Independence
(CLT)
INDATLSTLCHSNYRBETNCATBRHFDLDNNSHPGHOTTSPRBHMLOUMEMNCAPGHSTLATLBHMLOULDNNSHINDCHSTBRNYRSPRHFDBSTMEMOTT
2–33–30–10–21–22–10–31–11–11–31–10–01–40–04–11–11–01–11–02–12–20–10–13–31–31–30–01–30–20–34–02–12–13–1
Colorado Springs Switchbacks
(COS)
LAGSACSANPHXOCORNOPORTULELPLVLNMUOKCFRSTACRGVSLCAUSOCOTULOKCRNOSLCPORRGVSACFRSPHXAUSNMUELPLVLLAGTACSAN
4–10–11–02–20–20–22–20–20–20–31–30–11–03–00–31–20–51–21–01–00–40–12–23–30–41–20–31–11–30–21–32–00–22–2
El Paso Locomotive
(ELP)
OKCSLCRGVOCOPHXAUSRNOCOSNMUSACPORTACLAGTULLVLSANFRSOKCSANSLCNMUPHXTACRGVTULLVLOCOCOSSACFRSRNOAUSPORLAG
1–30–02–22–00–20–01–02–02–23–11–12–13–02–00–10–00–31–11–30–00–31–22–00–12–23–00–22–02–12–10–01–14–10–2
Fresno FC
(FRS)
NMURGVRNOPHXTULOCOSLCSACLAGAUSTACCOSOKCPORSANELPSACNMUPORAUSLVLOKCSLCCOSTULRNOLVLRGVPHXSANELPTACLAGOCO
1–12–01–10–03–12–24–20–13–01–03–30–11–12–23–23–01–02–12–10–12–12–11–12–11–23–21–35–02–11–21–21–42–20–2
Hartford Athletic
(HFD)
ATLCHSLOUINDTBRPGHNYRNCACLTMEMLDNOTTNCASTLNSHBHMBSTMEMINDSPRCHSPGHBSTNSHNYRATLSTLLDNLOUOTTCLTSPRBHMTBR
0–21–21–20–10–41–30–41–41–11–22–11–11–12–12–32–20–31–42–13–42–32–43–00–41–53–22–35–10–11–40–42–24–02–1
Indy Eleven
(IND)
STLCLTHFDSPRBSTNYRTBRNCACHSNSHPGHMEMLDNATLBHMLOUHFDLDNNSHNCASTLCLTLOUNYRCHSOTTBSTBHMATLPGHOTTMEMTBRSPR
1–23–21–02–13–01–20–00–01–00–02–13–02–11–03–01–11–22–00–22–12–13–11–11–00–12–02–10–11–20–30–13–01–12–1
Las Vegas Lights
(LVL)
AUSOKCPORSLCSANTACRGVLAGSACCOSPHXTULRNOOCONMUELPOKCLAGTACRGVFRSSACOCOPORTULSLCELPPHXFRSAUSCOSSANRNONMU
0–01–21–31–01–25–02–50–04–23–00–40–00–41–15–11–00–12–21–42–11–20–00–31–01–12–20–30–13–11–43–14–20–20–2
LA Galaxy II
(LAG)
COSTACSLCPORTULSANRGVLVLAUSFRERGVOCOTACOKCELPRNONMUOCOLVLRNOTULPORPHXAUSNMUSACSLCPHXSANOKCSACCOSFREELP
1–43–00–53–24–20–24–40–01–00–32–22–22–20–00–32–41–12–12–21–23–12–12–33–12–21–03–11–41–15–12–20–22–22–0
Loudoun United FC
(LDN)
NSHMEMTBROTTNYRBHMBSTCLTHFDSPRLOUINDATLSTLNCAINDLOUATLCLTCHSOTTPGHBHMNCAHFDMEMBSTSPRNSHPGHTBRSTLCHSNYR
0–21–10–00–23–10–13–33–11–23–21–21–22–12–20–30–23–02–43–31–21–30–11–14–01–51–22–54–10–21–22–04–32–17–3
Louisville City FC
(LOU)
NCAATLHFDBHMPGHTBROTTMEMSPRBHMSTLBSTCHSLDNNYRCLTINDNSHOTTBSTLDNCLTATLCHSNCAINDPGHHFDNYRTBRSTLNSHSPRMEM
1–41–02–12–30–11–11–02–12–33–00–02–24–12–10–11–11–12–11–10–10–31–05–12–11–01–10–01–05–32–21–01–28–32–1
Memphis 901 FC
(MEM)
TBRLDNBSTNYRNCAATLNSHCHSLOUBHMHFDSPRINDOTTCLTHFDNSHNYROTTPGHSTLNCABHMTBRATLSPRLDNSTLPGHBSTINDCLTCHSLOU
0–11–11–02–31–10–10–20–11–22–22–12–20–30–00–14–10–22–22–00–40–01–20–10–52–14–22–11–00–15–00–31–20–21–2
Nashville SC
(NSH)
LDNSTLNYROTTMEMCHSPGHATLTBRSPRCLTBHMINDBSTHFDOTTNCALOUMEMINDSPRHFDBSTCLTNYRCHSTBRSTLBHMPGHLDNLOUNCAATL
2–00–11–13–02–01–32–22–00–15–11–11–00–04–13–23–30–11–22–02–02–04–00–03–11–22–12–10–11–00–02–02–12–03–0
New Mexico United
(NMU)
FREPHXTULOCOTACRGVSLCRNOPORSANELPCOSAUSOKCSACLVLLAGSLCFRESACELPAUSPORLAGSANOCOOKCCOSRNOPHXRGVTULTACLVL
1–13–32–12–22–10–05–11–23–33–02–23–13–11–10–31–51–10–11–22–13–02–22–32–20–50–23–13–11–32–21–11–21–12–0
New York Red Bulls II
(NYR)
SPRNSHMEMCLTHFDLDNINDBHMOTTTBRNCABSTATLLOUPGHCHSOTTBSTATLMEMTBRSTLHFDPGHNSHSPRINDCLTSTLLOUCHSNCABHMLDN
3–11–13–22–14–01–32–15–01–10–21–24–03–11–00–31–11–14–38–12–22–02–05–11–22–15–10–12–00–23–51–10–21–23–7
North Carolina FC
(NCA)
LOUBSTCHSMEMATLCLTHFDINDOTTBHMNYRHFDTBRSPRSTLNSHCLTBHMLDNPGHATLINDMEMPGHTBRLOULDNBSTSPRCHSOTTNYRNSHSTL
4–11–01–11–11–23–04–10–01–20–02–11–13–12–02–21–01–10–13–00–14–21–22–15–04–20–10–43–30–11–23–12–00–21–0
Oklahoma City Energy
(OKC)
ELPLVLSACRNOPORRGVOCOTULTACAUSSLCCOSLAGNMUFRSSANPHXLVLELPRNOCOSTACTULFRSPORAUSSLCNMUSANSACLAGOCORGVPHX
3–12–11–43–32–31–21–01–12–11–21–11–00–01–11–11–11–41–01–12–30–12–01–11–24–24–22–21–31–30–01–50–20–21–3
Orange County SC
(OCO)
RNOTULNMUELPCOSTACOKCFRSPHXSANAUSLAGRGVLVLPHXPORLAGCOSAUSSANRNOSACTACLVLSLCNMUPORELPTULRGVOKCSLCSACFRS
2–23–52–20–22–04–00–12–22–10–02–22–22–11–10–30–21–22–12–30–04–10–01–23–03–12–02–12–01–00–22–00–23–22–0
Ottawa Fury FC
(OTT)
CHSBHMNSHLDNLOUATLNYRNCABSTHFDCLTPGHMEMNSHCHSTBRNYRLOUSPRMEMBHMLDNSTLPGHSTLATLINDTBRHFDNCAINDSPRBSTCLT
1–11–00–32–00–12–01–12–13–01–14–12–20–03–33–21–21–11–14–00–20–03–12–10–40–12–30–21–04–11–31–02–11–11–3
Phoenix Rising FC
(PHX)
SANNMUCOSFRSELPAUSTACSACOCORGVLVLSLCTULOCORNOOKCPORRGVAUSTULLAGELPRNOSACTACCOSSANLVLLAGFRSNMUPORSLCOKC
3–33–32–20–02–00–14–00–01–23–14–04–25–03–03–04–14–21–06–01–03–22–14–22–14–23–01–01–04–11–22–25–31–23–1
Pittsburgh Riverhounds
(PGH)
TBRSPRBSTLOUHFDSTLNSHCHSCLTINDOTTATLNYRBHMBSTCLTTBRNCAHFDMEMSPRNYRNCALDNOTTLOUCHSNSHMEMINDLDNATLSTLBHM
0–22–22–21–03–10–02–22–20–01–22–25–03–04–11–00–11–11–04–24–03–22–10–51–04–00–01–00–01–03–02–11–11–01–0
Portland Timbers 2
(POR)
TULSANLVLLAGOKCSACCOSNMURGVTACELPSLCAUSFREOCORNOPHXTULSACFRELAGCOSNMUOKCLVLRNOOCOSLCTACAUSPHXSANELPRGV
1–13–13–12–33–21–02–23–31–24–11–12–12–22–22–01–22–41–10–11–21–22–23–22–40–13–11–21–56–31–23–53–41–41–2
Real Monarchs
(SLC)
SACELPLAGLVLRNONMUSANAUSFRSOKCPHXPORRGVCOSTULNMUTACELPSANCOSTULFRSOCOOKCLVLLAGPORTACRGVRNOOCOPHXAUSSAC
1–10–05–00–13–11–53–22–32–41–12–41–25–32–13–11–05–00–01–31–04–11–11–32–22–21–35–14–11–32–12–02–12–23–0
Reno 1868 FC
(RNO)
OCOAUSFRSOKCSLCCOSNMUELPTULSACTACLVLSANLAGPHXPORSACRGVOKCLAGOCOCOSRGVSANPHXPORFRSTACAUSNMUSLCELPLVLTUL
2–22–11–13–31–32–02–10–12–24–11–14–02–34–20–32–12–04–03–22–11–44–02–11–42–41–32–35–02–13–11–20–02–03–0
Rio Grande Valley Toros
(RGV)
TACFRSELPTULNMUOKCLVLLAGPORPHXLAGSANOCOSLCCOSAUSRNOTACPHXSACLVLRNOCOSSANELPAUSTULSACFRSSLCOCONMUOKCPOR
0–10–22–21–20–02–15–24–42–11–32–23–11–23–53–00–10–40–00–12–11–21–23–32–21–00–30–11–20–53–12–01–12–02–1
Sacramento Republic
(SAC)
SLCCOSOKCTACAUSPORPHXLVLFRSRNOELPSANNMUTULRNOFRSPORRGVNMUOCOSANLVLCOSPHXLAGTACAUSRGVOKCELPLAGTULOCOSLC
1–11–04–11–21–00–10–02–41–01–41–32–13–06–00–20–11–01–21–20–03–20–04–01–20–13–02–12–10–01–22–23–22–30–3
San Antonio FC
(SAN)
PHXPORCOSAUSLVLLAGSLCTACNMUOCOTULRGVSACRNOOKCFRSELPAUSELPOCOSLCSACRNORGVNMUTACPHXOKCLAGTULFRSLVLPORCOS
3–31–30–10–12–12–02–33–00–30–01–11–31–23–21–12–30–03–03–10–03–12–34–12–25–01–50–13–11–13–42–12–44–32–2
Saint Louis FC
(STL)
INDNSHTBRCLTATLBHMPGHSPRCHSLOUHFDBSTNCASPRLDNCLTTBRBSTNYRMEMCHSINDOTTHFDOTTNSHBHMNYRMEMATLLOULDNPGHNCA
2–11–01–11–02–02–30–03–10–00–01–21–32–21–22–21–21–43–00–20–01–11–21–23–21–01–02–02–00–11–10–13–40–10–1
Swope Park Rangers
(SPR)
NYRPGHBSTINDBHMSTLLOUNSHATLMEMTBRLDNCLTNCACHSSTLTBRHFDOTTNSHPGHATLNYRBSTMEMCHSNCACLTLDNBHMHFDOTTLOUIND
1–32–23–41–30–01–33–21–51–12–20–12–30–00–21–12–11–34–30–40–22–31–21–50–22–40–01–03–01–43–12–21–23–81–2
Tacoma Defiance
(TAC)
RGVLAGTULNMUSACOCOLVLPHXSANOKCPORRNOFRSLAGELPCOSAUSRGVSLCLVLOKCOCOELPPHXSANSACRNOSLCPORTULFRSCOSNMUAUS
1–00–30–41–22–10–40–50–40–31–21–41–13–32–21–20–31–10–00–54–10–22–10–22–45–10–30–51–43–61–14–12–01–13–1
Tampa Bay Rowdies
(TBR)
MEMPGHSTLLDNHFDLOUATLCLTINDNSHNYRSPRBHMNCACHSBSTOTTSPRPGHSTLNYRCHSBHMNCAMEMNSHCLTATLOTTBSTLOULDNINDHFD
1–02–01–10–04–01–14–11–10–01–02–01–02–01–31–12–12–13–11–14–10–25–00–12–45–01–23–11–10–16–12–20–21–11–2
Tulsa Roughnecks
(TUL)
POROCONMUTACRGVLAGFRSCOSOKCRNOSANLVLAUSPHXELPSACSLCPORCOSLAGPHXOKCSLCAUSLVLFRSELPRGVOCOSANTACSACNMURNO
1–15–31–24–02–12–41–32–01–12–21–10–02–30–50–20–61–31–10–11–30–11–11–41–51–12–12–21–00–14–31–12–32–10–3

[19]

Playoffs

Format

The top 10 teams from each conference will qualify for the playoffs. Each conference will have a "play-in round" where the 7 seed will host the 10 seed and the 8 host 9. The lowest remaining seed will then play the 1 seed and the other play-in survivor will play the 2 seed to form an 8 team playoff bracket. Each of the 8 team playoff brackets will consist of teams within their respective conference and the matches will be hosted by the higher seed. The USL Cup will be the season's only match that involves teams from different conferences; it will be hosted by the conference champion with the better regular-season record.[7]

Bracket

Eastern Conference Play-In
October 23
   
7 North Carolina FC 2
10 Birmingham Legion FC 3
Eastern Conference Play-In
October 23
   
8 Ottawa Fury FC 1(4)
9 Charleston Battery (pen.) 1(5)
Western Conference Play-In
October 23
   
7 Sacramento Republic 2
10 New Mexico United 1
Western Conference Play-In
October 23
   
8 Austin Bold FC 2
9 LA Galaxy II 0
Conference Quarterfinals
October 26
Conference Semifinals
November 2-3
Conference Final
November 9
USL Championship Final
November 17
            
1 Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC 7
10 Birmingham Legion FC 0
1 Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC 1
4 Louisville City FC (a.e.t.) 2
4 Louisville City FC 2
5 Tampa Bay Rowdies 1
4 Louisville City FC (a.e.t.) 3
Eastern Conference
3 Indy Eleven 1
3 Indy Eleven 1
6 New York Red Bulls II 0
3 Indy Eleven 1
2 Nashville SC 0
2 Nashville SC 3
9 Charleston Battery 1
4 Louisville City FC 1
4 Real Monarchs SLC 3
1 Phoenix Rising FC 0(8)
8 Austin Bold FC 0(7)
1 Phoenix Rising FC 1
4 Real Monarchs SLC 2
4 Real Monarchs SLC 6
5 Orange County SC 2
4 Real Monarchs SLC (a.e.t.) 2
Western Conference
6 El Paso Locomotive FC 1
3 Fresno FC 2
6 El Paso Locomotive FC 3
6 El Paso Locomotive FC 3
7 Sacramento Republic 0
2 Reno 1868 FC 1
7 Sacramento Republic 3

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

USL Championship Final

    Championship Game MVP: Konrad Plewa (SLC)

    Attendance

    Average home attendances

    Ranked from highest to lowest average attendance.

    Team GP Total High Low Average
    New Mexico United17215,77515,2478,33012,693
    Indy Eleven17182,48120,2518,03510,734
    Sacramento Republic FC17177,40911,5699,32410,436
    Louisville City FC17153,70512,1886,8119,041
    Las Vegas Lights FC17131,08510,1175,1017,711
    Nashville SC17118,98513,0475,3566,999
    San Antonio FC17115,0098,4065,7046,765
    Phoenix Rising FC17114,7897,6066,3726,752
    Memphis 901 FC17112,5988,0624,1426,623
    El Paso Locomotive FC17111,9308,3245,0156,584
    Tampa Bay Rowdies1793,4457,8514,0225,497
    Hartford Athletic1785,42411,3462,7465,025
    Ottawa Fury FC1777,4316,8073,0944,555
    Birmingham Legion FC1777,3655,8073,8244,551
    Saint Louis FC1777,0385,9633,5244,532
    OKC Energy FC1775,5146,5493,0964,442
    Reno 1868 FC1773,3255,1122,9194,313
    North Carolina FC1770,0086,1722,8334,118
    Fresno FC1769,9887,8632,3434,117
    Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC1768,0915,6062,7024,005
    Rio Grande Valley FC1764,8064,9672,4083,812
    Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC1763,4008,3912,1503,729
    Orange County SC1754,2585,1221,5583,192
    Tacoma Defiance1744,8045,1851,3962,636
    Charleston Battery1741,2113,9151,3592,424
    Austin Bold FC1740,7145,8031,2012,395
    Tulsa Roughnecks FC1734,5233,2601,2152,031
    Real Monarchs1733,7132,9361,0361,983
    Portland Timbers 21732,2893,5131,1161,899
    Atlanta United 21729,8243,1091,0151,754
    Charlotte Independence1729,7453,5441,2171,750
    Loudoun United FC1723,4835,0155501,381
    LA Galaxy II1714,9701,984535881
    New York Red Bulls II1714,4761,522467852
    Swope Park Rangers178,5851,565214505
    Bethlehem Steel FC178,1271,537219478
    Total6122,740,32320,2512144,478

    Updated to games of October 20, 2019.
    Sources: USL Championship Soccer Stadium Digest

    Statistical leaders

    League awards

    Individual awards

    Award Winner Team Reason Ref.
    Golden Boot Solomon Asante Phoenix Rising FC 22 Goals [21]
    Golden Glove Matt Pickens Nashville SC 0.64 Goals Against Average; 14 Shutouts [21]
    Assists Champion Solomon Asante Phoenix Rising FC 17 Assists - USL Championship Record [21]
    Coach of the Year Rick Schantz Phoenix Rising FC 20 straight victories, USLC / North American Record [22]
    Goalkeeper of the Year Matt Pickens Nashville SC 14 Shutouts; 79.8 Save percentage [23]
    Defender of the Year Joe Greenspan Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC 69.4 percent of duels and 75 percent of aerial duels [24]
    Young Player of the Year Cristian Parano San Antonio FC 7 Goals; 6 Assists; 53 Key Passes [25]
    Most Valuable Player Solomon Asante Phoenix Rising FC 39 Goals & Assists, USLC Record [26]
    Goal of the Year Tobenna Uzo Tulsa Roughnecks FC Bicycle Kick vs New Mexico United [27]
    Save of the Year Joe Kuzminsky Charleston Battery vs Nashville SC [28]

    All-League Teams

    First Team

    F: Daniel Rios (NSH), Adan Jahn (PHX), Solomon Asante (PHX)
    M: Jared Stroud (NYRB), Magnus Rasmussen (LOU), Kenardo Forbes (PIT)
    D: Neveal Hackshaw (IND), Joe Greenspan (PIT), Forrest Lasso (NSH), Oscar Jimenez (LOU)
    G: Matt Pickens (NSH)

    Second Team

    F: Sebastian Guenzatti (TBR), Corey Hertzog (RNO), Neco Brett (PIT)
    M: Santi Moar (NMU), Chris Lema (NYRB), Rodrigo Da Costa (TUL)
    D: Thomas Vancaeyezeele (PIT), Papé Diakité (TBR), Paco Craig (LOU), A.J. Cochran (PHX)
    G: Zac Lubin (PHX)

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    Monthly awards

    Month Player of the Month Goal of the Month Save of the Month Coach of the Month References
    Player Club Position Player Club Position Player Club Coach Club
    March Santi Moar New Mexico United Forward Santi Moar New Mexico United Forward Carl Woszczynski Phoenix Rising FC Michael Nsien Tulsa Roughnecks FC
    April Kevaughn Frater New Mexico United Forward Kevaughn Frater New Mexico United Forward Alex Tambakis North Carolina FC Neill Collins Tampa Bay Rowdies
    May Jerome Kiesewetter El Paso Locomotive FC Forward Connor Presley Loudoun United FC Midfielder Alex Tambakis North Carolina FC Troy Lesesne New Mexico United
    June Solomon Asante Phoenix Rising FC Forward Chandler Hoffman Birmingham Legion FC Forward Alex Tambakis North Carolina FC Rick Schantz Phoenix Rising FC
    July Corey Hertzog Reno 1868 FC Forward Arun Basuljevic Fresno FC Midfielder Joe Kuzminsky Charleston Battery Tom Soehn Birmingham Legion FC
    August Solomon Asante Phoenix Rising FC Forward Rodrigo da Costa Tulsa Roughnecks FC Midfielder Cody Mizell New Mexico United Rick Schantz Phoenix Rising FC
    September Devon Sandoval New Mexico United Forward Niall McCabe Louisville City FC Midfielder Alex Tambakis North Carolina FC Bob Lilley Pittsburgh Riverhounds
    October Kyle Murphy Loudoun United FC Forward Tobenna Uzo Tulsa Roughnecks FC Forward Alex Tambakis North Carolina FC Jámison Olave Real Monarchs

    Weekly awards

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