Two of the more successful sides in the USL Championship will face off on the opening weekend of the 2020 season.
North Carolina FC will play host to Louisville City FC in one of 16 home openers over the first three days of the campaign.
Landon Donovan’s San Diego Loyal opens its inaugural season against Las Vegas Lights, who are led by Eric Wynalda.
Orange County SC hosts El Paso Locomotive and Reno 1868 FC welcomes Tacoma Defiance on the first night of the season, Mar. 6.
Miami FC’s home opener headlines the second weekend of play. The new side, which bought Ottawa Fury’s franchise rights, takes on in-state rival Tampa Bay Rowdies Mar. 13.
Only three clubs will wait until after March to play their first home game. Louisville City holds its on Apr. 4, Birmingham Legion on Apr. 11 and Loudoun United on May 6.
USL Championship Home Openers
El Paso Locomotive at Orange County SC
Reno 1868 FC at Tacoma Defiance
New Mexico United at Austin Bold
Indy Eleven at Memphis 901
Tampa Bay Rowdies at New York Red Bulls II
Louisville City at North Carolina FC
Colorado Springs Switchbacks at OKC Energy
Loudoun United at Philadelphia Union II
Portland Timbers 2 at Phoenix Rising
FC Tulsa at Sacramento Republic
Miami FC at Saint Louis FC
Real Monarchs at San Antonio FC
Las Vegas Lights at San Diego Loyal
Charleston Battery at Atlanta United 2
LA Galaxy II at Rio Grande Valley FC
Charlotte Independence at Sporting Kansas City II
Austin Bold at LA Galaxy II
Tampa Bay Rowdies at Miami FC
Pittsburgh Riverhounds at Charlotte Independence
San Antonio FC at Colorado Springs Switchbacks
Portland Timbers 2 at El Paso Locomotive
New Mexico United at FC Tulsa
Sacramento Republic at Las Vegas Lights
Phoenix Rising at Real Monarchs
OKC Energy at Reno 1868
Charleston Battery at Birmingham Legion
Charleston Battery at Hartford Athletic
El Paso Locomotive at New Mexico United
Louisville City at Pittsburgh Riverhounds
North Carolina FC at Tampa Bay Rowdies
Colorado Springs Switchbacks at Portland Timbers 2
Philadelphia Union II at Charleston Battery
Louisville City at Indy Eleven
Birmingham Legion at Louisville City
Charlotte Independence at Loudoun United