CFC Wins NISA Fall Tournament Opener In Detriot

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

The Chattanooga FC soccer team opened the NISA Fall Tournament with a 2-0 win over the LA Force on Wednesday night in Detroit. 

Sean Hoffstatter scored in the 45th minute and Darwin Lom scored 63rd minute.  

CFC will play their second game of round robin games on Monday, September 28 against Cal United Strikers FC.

The Fall NISA tournament is being played in Detroit September 21 through October 2 at historic Keyworth Stadium, and broadcast on the beIN SPORTS family of platforms, including beIN SPORTS XTRA – the network’s free, 24/7 English-language live sports channel – in the U.S. and Canada.

Competition consist of a round robin format followed by semi-finals games and concluding with a championship match. The 2020 Fall Tournament champion will then host the 2021 Spring Tournament champion to determine NISA's 2020/21 season champion


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