Nashville SC 2021 Single Game Tickets on Sale Today to General Public in the 300 Level for the First Two Matches
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Nashville Soccer Club announced today that single game ticketing options for the first two matches of the 2021 Major League Soccer season will be available for purchase today to the general public. The seats available will be located in the 300 Level of Nissan Stadium. The Boys in Gold will host rival FC Cincinnati, presented by Jackson, and Canadian foe CF Montréal on April 17 and 24, respectively. For more details on the schedule visit NashvilleSC.com/Schedule.
The club will continue to adjust seating and locations as restrictions lift from Metro Public Health Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding large gatherings. This also includes CDC recommendations on preventing the spread of COVID-19 to support a more relaxed environment.
Nashville SC Season Ticket Members will have priority to purchase additional match tickets in a special presale window beginning at 10 a.m. CT today by contacting their Membership Services Representative directly or by calling (615) 750-8800 - press option 2 or 3.
Beginning at 2 p.m. CT, the general public will have the ability to purchase single game tickets for the first two matches of the season by visiting Ticketmaster. Purchasing options for future matches will be made available at a later date. Single match tickets will begin at just $17 in the 300 level sections at Nissan Stadium.
The best way for fans to secure their seat is by becoming a Season Ticket Member today by visiting https://www.nashvillesc.com/tickets/memberships or by calling 615-750-8800.
Music City has proven to be a winning city for Nashville SC who is coming off one of the most successful expansion campaigns in MLS history. Following a memorable inaugural match in front of a record-breaking crowd of 59,069, the Boys in Gold earned a 5W-2L-5D home record along the season, including a 3-0 victory at Nissan Stadium in the 2020 Audi MLS Cup Playoffs and a nine-match home unbeaten streak dating across 245 days.
Fans can make sure they are part of Nashville's second record breaking season in Major League Soccer at the best price by visiting NashvilleSC.com/Tickets or calling 615-750-8800 to secure their seats at Nissan Stadium.
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