Nashville SC just released 2020 MLS season ticket pricing! I am super excited, but also disappointed. The cheapest ticket at Nissan Stadium for the first year of MLS is $25 per match. That is over twice what general admission cost for FC Cincinnati in this their first year in MLS.
It's the end of the world! No, not that bad, but the season for Nashville SC has hit rock bottom. Alan Winn missed a PK in the 82' with the match still scoreless. The next 10 minutes included conceding two stoppage time goals, one red card for London Woodberry and
Nashville SC beat MLS side Colorado Rapids 2-0 June 6, 2018 in the 4th round of the U.S. Open Cup. The match was played in front of 4,453 fans at Dudley Field (Vanderbilt's football stadium). After a first half own goal, Ropapa Mensah sealed the match for the Music City
Nashville SC played its first match at First Tennessee Park on Saturday February 10, 2018. There was some good and bad in both the match and atmosphere. Let's start with the obvious bad - the rain. While attendance was good at over 9000 fans, if not for the rain the
Nashville is the Music City so there should be some pressure on the club, supporters groups and fans to have at least one if not more of the best chants in MLS. This shouldn't be too hard. The city is loaded with talent that the club can (and hopefully has)