|Full name||Greenville Triumph Soccer Club|
|Founded||March 13, 2018|
|Stadium||Legacy Early College Field|
Greenville, South Carolina
|Sporting director||John Harkes|
|League||USL League One|
|2020||USL League One, 1st of 10|
The formation of USL D3 was first announced in April 2017, and league officials began touring the country looking for candidate cities for new soccer clubs. USL D3 vice president Steven Short visited Greenville in July 2017, and told local reporters at the time that Greenville was one of the league's top candidates. In January 2018, the league began announcing teams that would play in their 2019 inaugural season. The formation of a USL D3 club in Greenville was officially announced on March 13, 2018, with local entrepreneur Joe Erwin named as the principal owner. The Greenville team was the third team to join the league after Tormenta FC and FC Tucson, two clubs which already existed and played in the Premier Development League. The team qualified for the playoffs in their first year of existence.
The team's name, Greenville Triumph SC, as well as its logo and colors were announced on August 9, 2018. On August 27, the team announced that the team would be coached by former U.S. national team player John Harkes, who had previously served as head coach of USL club FC Cincinnati for the 2016 season. Harkes was signed on a three-year contract.
|Season||Kit manufacturer||Shirt sponsor|
Players and staff
- As of May 12, 2021
|2||DF||Will Mejia||United States|
|3||DF||Tyler Polak||United States|
|4||DF||Cesar Murillo||United States|
|7||FW||Alex Morrell||United States|
|8||MF||Aaron Walker||United States|
|11||DF||Jacob Goodall||United States|
|12||DF||Evan Lee||United States|
|13||DF||Cole McLagan||United States|
|15||DF||Brandon Fricke||United States|
|20||MF||Noah Pilato||United States|
|21||FW||Jesus Ibarra||United States|
|23||MF||Allen Gavilanes||United States|
|30||GK||Paul Christensen||United States|
|50||GK||Ben Hale||United States|
- USL Academy contract
|Majority owner and chairman||Joe Erwin|
|Vice chairman||Doug Erwin|
|Head coach||John Harkes|
|Assistant coach||Rick Wright|
|Head Assistant Coach||Alex Blackburn|
|Year||Division||League||Regular Season||Playoffs||US Open Cup|
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- Morris, Lake (August 27, 2018). "Greenville Triumph announce head soccer coach". The Greenville News. Retrieved September 6, 2018.
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- "2021 Roster". greenvilletriumph.com. Greenville Triumph SC. Retrieved May 12, 2021.
- "Club Leadership". Greenville Triumph SC. Retrieved September 7, 2018.