Charlotte led the Conference USA in home attendance during the regular season.  Charlotte’s largest crowd this season was against Wake Forest on October 1, 2013 with 2,872 in attendance.  Charlotte’s largest crowd during Conference USA play was against South Carolina on September 27, 2013 with 2,516.  The match against Wake Forest ranks tied for third on the all-time attendance list while South Carolina ranks sixth on that list.

Charlotte is ranked in the top 15 in the nation in accumulated attendance at home matches and average attendance at those matches.  Charlotte ranks 12th in the country in accumulated attendance and 14th in average attendance.

"We are very fortunate to represent one of the most vocal and passionate student fan base in the country. The QCA and Niner Nation turn out in large numbers and create a phenomenal soccer atmosphere. The players relish playing at home," said Coach Kevin Langan.

Charlotte is tied for 6th in the country with shutout percentage per game with 0.55.   Charlotte is tied for 4th in the country in most shutouts with 11.  Georgetown (13), Army (12) and Connecticut (12) had more shutouts than Charlotte.  

Charlotte is tied for second in the nation in longest win streak with eight matches.  Navy leads the nation with a 14 match win streak.  Charlotte has the 17th toughest schedule in the nation.

Charlotte will host either Coastal Carolina or ETSU on Sunday at 7 pm.