Chattanooga Football Club will be joined by versatile winger Caylee Carpenter for the 2022 Season.
Carpenter played in 14 games last season for Dalton State and was part of an offense that outscored opponents 46-20.
“Caylee is another technical player with the ability to play a couple of places on the field,” said Head Coach Randy Douglas. “The versatility and work ethic that Caylee will bring to CFC is what attracted me.”
Carpenter notched a pair of assists last season and has four goals in her career with the Roadrunners. The longtime CFC fan is looking forward to being on the field this summer.
“I have been a fan of CFC ever since I can remember,” Carpenter said. “So to be a part of this relaunch is an honor and an exciting moment for me.”
Carpenter scored four goals and assisted on two more her freshman season at Dalton State. She was been named to the SSAC All-Academic team last fall.
Birthplace: Chattanooga, Tennessee
Hometown: Ringgold, Georgia
Most Recent Team: Dalton State College
Favorite Soccer Team: US Women's National Team
On the Playlist: Christian Rap
Social Media Handle: Instagram: @Cayleegirl7
The 2022 season begins on May 22 with an away game in Nashville. The first home game for the Women's team is June 4 against North Alabama Soccer Club (Huntsville) at Finley Stadium. Reserved seats are on sale now at ChattanoogaFC.com/tickets. Admission to all Men's and Women's games is included in the 2022 Club Pass.
About Chattanooga Football Club
Chattanooga Football Club was founded in 2009 with a Men's team and established a Women's team in 2013 to begin play 2014. In its most recent season of 2018, CFC Women went undefeated in the regular season to become the WPSL’s Southeast Conference Champions. The Women's team went on hiatus for three years during a club reorganization and during the pandemic. Chattanooga Football Club became the first soccer club to offer true ownership to the fans in 2019 with 3,200+ investors from Chattanooga, all 50 states, and 31 countries.
About the Women’s Premier Soccer League
In its 24th season, the WPSL is the longest active women’s soccer league and with more than 125 clubs from coast to coast in 35 states and, serves as the largest women’s soccer league in the world. WPSL rosters feature elite collegiate, post-collegiate, international, and standout prep student-athletes. Many of the United States’ most accomplished women’s players have played in the WPSL, including household names such as Alex Morgan, Abby Wambach, Megan Rapinoe, Julie Foudy, and Brandi Chastain.