Chattanooga FC To Honor Community Heroes

Thursday, October 21, 2021
Avengers unite! Marvel's coolest characters will be on display this Saturday at Finley Stadium, as Chattanooga Football Club players will don limited edition hero jerseys in celebration of the local heroes who have helped us through the pandemic these last 18 months. There will also be a limited run of Marvel hero jerseys available for purchase in the CFC Merch Booth for anyone young or old who wants to represent their favorite superhero while supporting the boys in blue. 

First responders, medical staff, and teachers are all encouraged to text "HERO" to 423-445-1002 to receive free tickets to Saturday's match.

“We have persevered through the efforts of so many, specifically our Community Heroes,” said Jeremy Alumbaugh, Managing Director, Chattanooga FC.
“Hopefully they can come to Finley, enjoy a match on the house, and have a great night with their families. We are able to provide this opportunity because in 2020 our Annual Pass Members that credited their passes from 2020 to this season all donated two tickets in their name to this cause. All season we have been able to open the doors to CFC to members of our community that otherwise may not have attended.”

The club will also honor, as our Cause of the Night, the Chattanooga Down Syndrome Society, a local non profit that strives to raise awareness and improve the lives of those who have Down Syndrome through programming and support.  

Saturday, October 23rd, 2021, 7:30pm: HERO NIGHT 

-Free tickets for first responders, medical workers, and teachers

-Limited edition Marvel Avengers jersey release 

-$4 beers from 6:00pm-7:00pm

-Free superhero capes for the first 500 kids


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