It’s long been known (or at the very least strongly assumed) that Nashville SC would play its first Major League Soccer season at Nissan Stadium in 2020. Club CEO Ian Ayre confirmed to USA Today Sports Network – Tennessee today that those details have been fully approved by MLS. “In terms of this city, (Nissan Stadium) ticks all the boxes that we would need for that interim … Continue reading Nashville SC MLS entry date and temporary stadium confirmed
Rounding up the latest across the internet in links that are interesting and relevant to soccer in Nashville, the US National setups, and beyond. If there’s anything you’d like me to share in a future post, you can always let me know on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram – and hit those socials with a follow while you’re there – or drop anything in the comments. #stadium_stuff. … Continue reading Pitch Points is annoyed that #stadium_stuff is back in the news
The title is a play on one of the early posts I made on this site, but it’s more true now than ever – and that reputation will only continue to increase. Certainly, fans of FC Cincinnati – home to a USL franchise two entire years before Nashville SC’s USL side debuted – will continue to crow about a lack of history, Louisville City fans will cry … Continue reading Music City is indeed Soccer City
Concacaf’s Gold Cup is one of the depressingly few meaningful tournaments the United States Men’s National Team will be participating in for the foreseeable future (no World Cup this Summer). A small consolation prize for fans in Nashville is that they’ll likely have the opportunity to see the team up-close and personal in Nissan Stadium. Nashville will be one of the host cities for the … Continue reading Gold Cup coming to Nashville in 2019
Player ratings and game breakdown coming tomorrow – it’s some college hockey to watch today. Don’t forget to follow FCAC on Twitter and at the new Facebook page. Saturday, Nashville SC didn’t quite break an attendance record for second-division soccer in the United States – despite the expectation. 18,922 fans saw the Boys in Gold drew the Pittsburgh Riverhounds in a scoreless outing. That was … Continue reading Boys in Gold don’t eclipse one record, but can NSC set more?
You can still get tickets to this match. Buy them on Ticketmaster or from your Supporters Group of choice today. When Nashville SC takes the pitch against the Pittsburgh Riverhounds tomorrow evening, there’s a decent chance that we see a new USL record established. The club has already sold more than 17,000 tickets for the game – around 4,000 off the high mark for a … Continue reading Fans have a chance to help Nashville SC make history Saturday
You can do your part in helping the club set records. Buy tickets here today. When the lights come up on Nissan Stadium Saturday, will they be shining on a USL-record crowd? There’s a distinct possibility. While Nashville SC won’t likely be snapping FC Cincinnati’s overall single-game record (save that for July 7 when FCC itself comes to town), the inaugural home-game record of 20,497 … Continue reading Nissan Stadium game a huge opportunity for Nashville SC