HT: 5'9" WT: 170
Age: 22 (1/29/1995)
Birthplace: Columbus, OH
Hometown: Worthington, OH
2017: 9 GP, 7 GS, 0 G, 0 A in 636 min.
Charlie Reymann made nine appearances, seven starts, for Bethlehem Steel FC in his rookie season. Reymann contributed to two shutouts during the 2017 season. He made his professional debut against FC Cincinnati on April 9 as a second-half substitute. Reymann made his first start on the road at Saint Louis FC on June 11, leading the team with five interceptions. He continued to start at New York Red Bulls II on June 16, helping to club to a shutout. Reymann returned to the starting XI vs. Pittsburgh on July 15, starting at left back. Appeared as a second-half substitute at Ottawa Fury FC August 5, helping secure the win. Collected his fourth start at left back on the road at Charlotte on August 16, making three tackles. Played a key role in Steel FC’s run to the USL Cup Playoffs with starts vs. Pittsburgh on September 24, at Toronto FC II on October 6 and Rochester at October 10. Reymann was part of the club’s matchday 18 but did not appear for 16 matches in 2017.
2016: Spent time with Reading United, earning 12 starts and playing over 1,000 minutes. He notched one goal and added two assists as the club won the Mid-Atlantic Division Championship.
2013-2016: A graduate of the University of Kentucky, Reymann joins Steel FC after a successful career that saw him earn 77 starts in 80 career games. During his career, Reymann had 21 assists, 10 in his senior season, and was the primary corner kick striker. A two-year captain for the Wildcats, Reymann helped lead Kentucky to the NCAA Tournament three times. Reymann earned Conference USA All-Tournament honors in 2013 and 2015.
Reymann also spent time with Reading United in 2016, earning 12 starts and playing over 1,000 minutes. He notched one goal and added two assists as the club won the Mid-Atlantic Division Championship.
Off the field interests:
Hobbies outside of soccer: Golfing, reading, spending time with family
Favorite places to travel: Boston, New York City and Copenhagen
Profession if not playing soccer: Coaching soccer
Most memorable soccer memory: Winning the Conference USA Regular Season Title with Kentucky
Favorite soccer player: Gareth Bale
Growing up, I pretended to be: David Beckham
Three unique facts/stories
1)Earned his black belt in Tae Kwon Do at the age of 10.
2) Got a scar on his face from a sledding accident as a child.
3) Charlie’s middle name (Noll) is his mother’s maiden name.