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How to Follow: Nashville SC at Memphis 901 FC

July 17, 2019 - United Soccer League Championship (USL) - Nashville SC News Release

NASHVILLE - Looking to get back into the win column, Nashville Soccer Club travels west on I-40 for an in-state rivalry showdown against Memphis 901 FC. The Boys in Gold will be looking to snap a two-match losing streak

Watch on TV:

Fans can watch the match LIVE on television on MyTV30 with the voice of Nashville SC John Freeman on the call with Kelly Glendenning. The broadcast will begin at 7:30 p.m. CT.

Watch Party:

Nashville SC is throwing an official watch party at Downtown Sporting Club (411 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203) starting at 7:00 p.m. Nashville SC staff will be on hand for giveaways including merchandise and prize packs. Specials include $5 Radler beer, 2-for-1 domestic beers and $10 Paradise Park burger. For more information on the watch party, click here.


Fans can listen live on ESPN Radio 94.9 Game 2 with commentators Max Herz and Eddie Carvacho on the official English radio partner of Nashville SC.

Live Stream:

If you are not at the game or near a TV, you can tune in to the match using the WatchESPN app. ESPN+ is the official streaming partner of the USL Championship.


YouTube is the official provider of all USL Championship games abroad and those wanting to tune in internationally can do so here.

Pub Partners:

Looking for a place to watch the Boys in Gold with fellow Nashville faithful? Pub Partners will be showing the match. Click here to learn more about our Pub Partners and the schedule of our official Pub Partner watch parties.

Follow on Social Media:

If you can't watch or listen, be sure to follow along with the official Nashville SC channels on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for up-to-the-minute coverage, insights, highlights and analysis.

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