Chattanooga FC Season Tickets Now On Sale

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - by special report
 The wait is over! Chattanooga FC is thrilled to unveil its season ticket packages for the 2018 season at This year is our tenth season, and the team is pulling out all the stops with some great perks for season ticket holders. 

"It's hard to believe we celebrating our 10th season. Our fans and our community have given us such an incredible decade of soccer and we can't wait to show the city what's next for CFC." Said Sean McDaniel, GM for Chattanooga FC. "We have a lot of big things in store for 2018 and are working on some marquee events for the new year.
We want the next 10 years to be even better and can't wait to get started."

Season ticket packages will vary in price from $79 to $249, and offer supporters not just entrance to the matches, but specialty scarves, early entry to matches, pint glasses, VIP parking, specialty scarves, CFC gift cards, and of course the season pass jerseys themselves. 

EVERY season pass level will receive entrance to the biggest party of the spring, the 2018 Chattanooga FC Jersey Reveal Party. It's all part of the tenth season celebration.

The growth of the club over the last decade has been surprising, even for those directly involved. 

"10 years ago if you would have told me that CFC would be hosting US national teams, MLS teams and playing in front of 18,000 fans I would have never believed it" said Bill Eliott, CFC Head Coach. "yet here we are and still growing stronger every day."

"The support our city gives this team is something quite unprecedented anywhere else in the country. Our longevity is a true testimony to the passion our supporters give us each and every day.  The vision set forth by the CFC board beginning in 2009 has never changed and one I'm proud to be a part of."--Tim Kelly, CFC Chairman

All ticket packages are available now at

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