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Lance Rozeboom, with his back turned, showing his name and number on his jersey

By the Numbers: Charlotte Independence edition

By, 08/09/17, 9:00AM EDT


Two images of Sito; one of him as a kid and one of him as an adult
Coach Popovic at practice.
Obasi with Peter Griffin, Bart Simpson, and Rick Sanchez.
Lance Rozeboom, with his back turned, showing his name and number on his jersey

After seeing their six home-game undefeated streak snapped last weekend against Bethlehem, Fury FC will be looking to bounce back Saturday evening at TD Place when they host the best team in the Eastern Conference – the Charlotte Independence.

Here are some key numbers and stats heading into this crucial match for Fury FC, as they close out their four-game home stand:

1 – Last Saturday marked the first-ever loss in Fury FC history in league play when the club was leading at halftime

2 – Losses at home for Fury FC this season in league play

3 – Number of crossbars and posts hit by Carl Haworth in his last two games

7 – Goals scored by the Independence in their last two games

11 – Consecutive games without a loss for the Independence (8W-3D-0L)

12 – Goals scored by Charlotte’s Enzo Martinez and Jorge Herrera – the club’s leading goal scorers

25 – Chances created by Fury FC in their last two games

40 – Goals scored by Charlotte in 20 USL games this season – Best Offence in the East; 3rd best in the USL

49 – Shots generated by Ottawa in its last three games

64 – Days since Charlotte Independence lost their last game – 1-0 loss against Louisville on June 7th

Tickets for Saturday’s contest and all home games are available online at, by calling 613.232.6767 X1 or in person at The Box Office at TD Place.