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Nashville SC Teams up with MLS and Mayor John Cooper to Get Nashville Vaccinated against COVID-19 

June 19, 2021 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Nashville SC News Release


Get vaccinated, Nashville.

Nashville Soccer Club has teamed up with Major League Soccer and Mayor John Cooper for two separate community initiatives to get Nashvillians vaccinated against COVID-19 during the month of June.

CEO Ian Ayre and Tempo the Coyote showed just how easy it is to get your shot at one of Nashville's drive-thru vaccination clinics.

Fans attending our 6/23 match against Toronto FC can get 30% off merchandise at any of our Fanatics merchandise locations at the stadium by showing proof of vaccination (some exclusions apply). The offer is part of MLS' support of the White House's National Month of Action to get 70% of U.S. adults at least one shot by July 4th.

In addition, you can get your shot when you cheer on the Boys in Gold next Saturday. On June 26, fans can receive a free COVID-19 vaccine from Nashville Health at a pop-up clinic at Nissan Stadium before and during our match against C.F. Montréal. The clinic will run from 4:30 to 7:30 at The Opening Act fan activation area in Lot J.

The clinic is a part of Mayor Cooper's Shots on Goal campaign. Everyone who gets vaccinated at next Saturday's clinic will also receive a coupon booklet with 11 different vouchers from local businesses, including ticket discounts for June and July Nashville SC matches, for a total value of $100.

Anyone aged 12 and up are eligible to get the vaccine. Standard matchday parking fees apply. For more info on how to get your vaccine in Nashville, visit ASafeNashville.org.

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