Chattanooga FC Announces Second Preseason Friendly

Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Chattanooga FC's tenth year celebration gets bigger and brighter today as the club announced it's second friendly of the preseason, a matchup against in state rival and newly formed USL team Nashville SC Saturday, March 10th, 7:00 PM. 

CFC supporters of year's past remember the fierce rivalries against NPSL conference rivals Nashville FC, which  came to an end in 2015 when the team began its move to USL.

"We're thrilled that soccer is back in the Music City and can't wait to rekindle this longstanding rivalry.
" said Sean McDaniel, General Manager, Chattanooga FC. "We've always enjoyed having Nashville's supporters to Fort Finley, and it will be good to welcome everyone back again. Having Jordan Dunstan on the team is an added bonus, and I know that the Chattahooligans will appreciate seeing him play, even if it's for the other team." 

Defensive mainstay Jordan Dunstan played with Chattanooga FC for three years and just recently signed his first professional contract with Nashville SC.
 
“Nashville Soccer Club is excited that we have been invited to Chattanooga,” said Nashville SC CEO Court Jeske. “There are diehard soccer fans throughout this state. Showcasing Nashville SC to fans outside of Middle Tennessee is something that is important to us. No doubt it will be a great atmosphere for our players and fans, a week before our inaugural season begins.”

Tickets for CFC's second preseason friendly are included as part of fans' season passes. Season passes and individual tickets are on sale now at shop.chattanoogafc.com. 


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