Nashville SC

Suites on sale for new Nashville SC stadium

As you all know “advertisement as press release” is not typically my cup of tea to repost here, but when there’s newsworthiness, here it goes.

From Club release:

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Dec. 7, 2020) – Nashville Soccer Club announced today that private suites and loge boxes for the club’s new soccer-specific stadium set to debut in 2022 are now available for purchase. Details are available at or by calling 615-750-8800.

Nashville’s newest sports and entertainment venue will be the largest soccer-specific stadium in the United States with 30,000 seats. Located in the Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood, just two miles south of downtown, Nashville SC’s Stadium will feature 25 18-person private suites and 18 loge boxes, which will hold four to eight people each.

As part of the experience, Nashville SC fans with seats in these premium areas will enjoy a number of benefits, including food and beverage, VIP parking, exclusive access to team events, trips to away matches, discounts on private non-gameday rentals of premium areas and preferred access to tickets to other stadium events.

In addition, the club announced today that it will begin accepting $100 refundable deposits for seats in other premium areas. Nashville SC season ticket members for the 2021 season will be first in line to purchase premium seats in Nashville SC’s new stadium and are not required to place a deposit. When premium seats go on sale in early 2021, Nashville SC season ticket members will be contacted first to select seating locations. Those who placed a deposit will be next in line.  

In Nashville SC’s inaugural MLS match on Feb. 29, the club and fans set a new attendance record for a soccer match played in the State of Tennessee with 59,069 fans.

Home field advantage proved to be crucial for Nashville SC in its young MLS history, with the club becoming just the second MLS expansion team in league history to win an Audi MLS Cup playoff match after beating Inter Miami CF 3-0 at Nissan Stadium.

Nashville concluded its historic inaugural year by reaching the Eastern Conference Semifinals and securing a 309-minute playoff shutout streak, which set a new MLS record for most minutes played without allowing a goal in the playoffs.

It’s another step toward the stadium feeling real (along with the latest drone photos released of construction progress), and a nice little reminder of the future in what’s going to feel like an interminable offseason.

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