Chattanooga FC Ties Huntsville 1-1

Men, Women Host Doubleheader Saturday

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Thibault Charmey scored the Chattanooga FC's only goal Wednesday night in their 1-1 game at Huntsville's Rocket City United on Wednesday. 

The game was rescheduled from earlier in the year.  

Charmey's goal came in the sixth minute off a corner kick. 

The Chattanooga team held the 1-0 lead until the 50th minute when Rocket City found the equalizer. 

Both the men and women play their next game on Saturday at home.  

The Chattanooga FC women are on a three game win streak and are 4-2 on the season.

The Chattanooga FC men won two games last weekend to claim first place in the Southeast Conference at 6-1-2. 

“Both teams have been working very hard to compete for the top spot in their respective conferences,” said board member Marshall Brcok. “This is our first doubleheader and a great chance for our fans to see both the men and women play at the highest level. Come support both our teams this Saturday against the Knoxville Force.”

Fans can enjoy the World Cup games all day Saturday, then join CFC for live soccer that night! 

Tickets $5 online / $7 at gate -- 1 ticket will get you into both games!

Chattanooga FC Women vs Lady Force at 5:00
Chattanooga FC Men vs Knoxville Force at 7:30

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