Tulsa, okra. – FC Tulsa announced Monday that it has acquired defender Adam Armor from Major League Soccer on loan for the remainder of the 2023 USL Championship season. This transaction is pending league and federation approval.
Former U.S. youth international Armagh made Charlotte FC history last season by scoring the club’s first goal in Major League Soccer. The North Carolina native played a total of six games for Charlotte FC in 2022 before undergoing ACL reconstruction surgery, which cut short his season as a promising top-flight 20-year-old fullback.
Blair Gavin, head coach of FC Tulsa, said, “We are thrilled to welcome a talented player like Adam to our group.” will provide to.”
In addition to his time in the MLS, Armagh was a standout for the US U17 national team from 2018-2019. The fullback recorded his 19 caps with the USA national team between U17 World Cup qualifiers, international friendly matches and the club’s first match of the U17 World Cup in his group stage against Senegal.
Armagh’s upcoming tenure in Tulsa will be the third USL Championship stint of his young career. He originally signed his USL his academy contract with North Carolina FC in 2019 before re-signing another academy contract in 2020 to stay with the club.
A year later, Armagh signed with MLS side Charlotte FC in June 2021 and was loaned to Charlotte Independence a month later, making 19 regular season appearances and providing 4 assists. Independence finished 6th in the league and in the USL Championship Playoffs he finished in 2nd consecutive season.
“I’m so excited to start working in Tulsa,” said Armor. “I am looking forward to building a bond with everyone and the club. I am ready to get to work and contribute to the club’s success.”