Charlotte Uprising organizers Ashley Williams (left) and Loan T (right) lead chants outside Bank of America Stadium on Sunday.
Charlotte Uprising organizers Ashley Williams (left) and Loan T (right) lead chants outside Bank of America Stadium on Sunday. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Charlotte Uprising organizers Ashley Williams (left) and Loan T (right) lead chants outside Bank of America Stadium on Sunday. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

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