Per the team, the supporters’ sections for Nashville SC’s inaugural season have sold out.
The team initially designated two sections behind the goal for supporters, but added a third as demand grew. That section has now sold out, as well.
— Nashville SC (@NashvilleSC) January 2, 2018
You can read the team’s story here.
Season tickets are still available in other sections of First Tennessee Park. The USL team will play its inaugural season at the home of the Nashville Sounds, which has a capacity of 10,000.
You can purchase season tickets here.
This is a positive development for the team but not an unexpected one. Team sources have been pleased with the pace of ticket sales for the team’s first campaign. Now, full attention turns to hitting the team’s goal of 6,000 season tickets — leaving a minority of seats for walk-up fans.
If Nashville hits its ticket goal, it would likely average among the top teams in the USL in per-game attendance. Only two teams averaged above 8,600 fans per game last year, so if the team can sell out a majority of its games it will rank toward the top of the league.