Nashville Soccer Club wrote the first chapter of its on-field history Saturday in a 3-1 defeat to Atlanta United. Here are five observations from the match.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — On a damp and dreary day in Nashville, Nashville Soccer Club concluded its inaugural match with a 3-1 loss to Atlanta United on a drenched field in front of 9,059 raucous, rain-soaked fans at First Tennessee Park.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — On a waterlogged pitch in front of a sellout crowd of soaked supporters, Nashville SC made its long-awaited debut Saturday against MLS powerhouse Atlanta United. At halftime, the sides are locked in a scoreless draw with only one total shot on target.
We will be live tweeting from Nashville SC’s first home preseason match against Atlanta United FC at First Tennessee Park in Nashville. Game starts at 3 p.m. Follow us to join in on the conversation.
Nashville SC welcomes one of the most dynamic attacks in American soccer to First Tennessee Park Saturday. But it has one ambition of its own against Atlanta United: to give the fans a show.
Nashville SC announced the signings of forward Alan Winn, midfielder Ian McGrath and keeper Micah Bledsoe. The three players are already training with the team and will be available to play against Atlanta United on Saturday.
Friends, it’s time.
After months of anticipation, speculation, and even a little chanting and singing inside a downtown ballroom, a soccer team finally takes the pitch in Music City Saturday.
And Nashville SC won’t be playing Nondescript Midsize-City FC in its inaugural match. Instead, it rolls out the welcome sod for the second most dangerous offense in the MLS, which just tacked on a league-record transfer.
Here’s everything you need to know about Saturday’s friendly in our first Golden Goal match preview of the 2018 campaign.