NASHVILLE, TN - Nashville Soccer Club announced Thursday morning that they have opened up the 300 level sections at Nissan Stadium for the club's first match in Major League Soccer on February 29 against Atlanta United.
Ticket sales have been reportedly increasing quickly over the last couple weeks, with CEO Ian Ayre announcing that they were close to selling out the lower bowl on January 22.
“Surpassing the 30,000 tickets sold already represents the largest crowd in Nashville SC’s short history in professional soccer,” said Ayre in the press release. “We want to keep the momentum going and show everyone here in Nashville and around the world that Nashville SC has arrived in the Major League, with a historic attendance. It’s the hottest ticket in town and we are promising to put on a world class show and a night to remember. Everyone should want to play their part in this historic night for Nashville.”
Nashville SC are currently in Florida for their preseason camp, and will take on MLS side Chicago Fire today at 2pm central. Follow @SpeedwaySoc for coverage of the match.