“We knew Nashville was ready for professional soccer, and Nashvillians have responded in ways we couldn’t have imagined,” said Chris Redhage, co-owner of DMD Soccer, which operates the USL franchise. “We still have a lot of steps on this journey between now and our first match in 2018, but we’re off to a running start.”
The franchise made reservations available last Friday, when the team revealed it had acquired the Nashville FC name, logo and brand from the nonprofit entity that previously housed the amateur squad.
Fans can reserve up to four general admission tickets for $25, or up to four premium tickets as part of “The First 1779” Club for $50. Both packages include the opportunity to purchase discounted season tickets, priority seat selection, access to team meet-and-greets, and team store discounts.
“The First 1779” Club – open to the first 1,779 people who place a $50 deposit – also will receive a member scarf, access to premium seating, and exclusive access to additional events, content and merchandise. “The First 1779” Club is named for the year Nashville was founded, and will be offered only once in the club’s existence.
“We’re encouraging people to be a part of soccer history in Nashville through ‘The First 1779’ Club,” said Marcus Whitney, DMD Soccer co-owner. “Identifying as a member of The First 1779 will be a point of pride for Nashville FC supporters for years to come.”
After 1,779 members place their deposits, premium tickets will still be available to reserve for a $50 deposit.
Supporters can reserve season tickets and find out more about Nashville FC at NashvilleFC.com.