With 16 days until Nashville SC’s home opener against Pittsburgh, the team is less than 600 tickets away from setting the USL record for season tickets sold in a team’s debut season, a member of the team’s front office told Golden Goal.
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The inaugural season ticket record — 6,103, set by FC Cincinnati in 2016 — has been a milestone Nashville SC has openly pursued in its advertising campaigns to prospective season ticket holders.
— Nashville SC (@NashvilleSC) November 17, 2017
The club has also been actively promoting the “Drive to Nissan,” a campaign aimed at filling Nissan Stadium with as many fans as possible for the team’s home opener. The team moved its debut home contest to the 69,143-seat Titans stadium from its usual venue, 10,000-seat First Tennessee Park. The team has a chance to break the USL record for attendance at an expansion team’s home opener — 20,231 fans — when it team kicks off against Pittsburgh on March 24.
Fans can purchase season tickets here. The Supporters’ Section and Bench Zone are sold out, but tickets remain in other sections and range from $16 to $50 per game.
Tickets to the home opener are available through TicketMaster.