Last weekend, Georgia Revolution won their first trophy of the season after they claimed the I-20 Cup against the Birmingham Hammers. The contest was played out over two legs. Revolution took the first leg in Conyers 2-0 and tied the second in Birmingham 0-0. The I-20 Cup was Georgia Revolution's first trophy in their six year history.
After several days off, Georgia Revolution turn their attention to Myrtle Beach Mutiny and try to climb up the South Atlantic Conference table. This games comes as the first in a four game homestead in Conyers.
Georgia Revolution sit in 5th place with three points and the Mutiny are in 3rd with four points.
Kickoff will be at 7:00 PM on Thursday at RYSA Soccerplex in Conyers. Tickets are on sale online at georgiarevolutionfc.com. Parking is free.
For more Georgia soccer news check out the Peach State Soccer Recap by Jason Longshore that comes out every week.