Ghana international Prosper Kasim scored a late goal to clinch all three points for Birmingham Legion.
Birmingham Legion FC scored a late stoppage time goal to earn the first home win in club history, a 1-0 result over fellow USL Championship expansion side Loudoun United FC.
In a similar fashion to the first three home games this inaugural season, Legion FC created a large number of chances, outshooting Loudoun in this one 16 to four (including 10 to one in the second half).
However, Prosper Kasim finally found the back of the net with less than a minute left in stoppage time.
Head Coach Tommy Soehn urged his side to come out aggressive, and Legion FC kept up that high pressure all game, leading to 65% of the possession and an edge in duels won, with 57.