Daniel Rios scored his first MLS goal, lifting Nashville SC past D.C. United 1-0 Wednesday evening at Nissan Stadium. The victory moved Nashville into ninth place -- currently in playoff position -- in the Eastern Conference.
Nashville Soccer Club and the Nashville Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help strengthen the local Hispanic business community, will join forces to raise funds in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Nashville Soccer Club announced in conjunction with Major League Soccer its remaining 2020 regular season schedule, which will see fans return to Nissan Stadium in a gradually increased capacity beginning in October.
Nashville Soccer Club returns to action on Wednesday ( 7:30 p.m. CT) as the Boys in Gold take on Eastern Conference foe D.C. United at Nissan Stadium. The game will be played without fans as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Titans found a way on Sunday. In an empty stadium, and with a worn out defense, the Titans fought to the end to do something that’s now only been done three times in the “Titans era” – start the season 2-0.
Though fans will largely not be in attendance at Sunday’s home game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, fans can still give back to the Nashville community virtually. This week’s community drive benefits LP PENCIL Box.
Approximately 1,000 cardboard cutouts have been installed in seats at Nissan Stadium featuring fans of the team and a few familiar celebrity faces. Celebrities who submitted cutouts include Tim McGraw, Clay Walker, Old Dominion, Lindsay Ell, RaeLynn, Chase Rice, Brantley Gilbert and more.
The Tennessee Titans today announced that Nissan Stadium will open at limited capacity beginning with the Oct. 4 Titans home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The three October home games will gradually increase in capacity with the goal of reaching a fixed capacity for the remaining games in November and December.
The Tennessee Titans (1-0) take on the AFC South rival Jacksonville Jaguars (1-0) in their home opener Sunday, Sept. 20 at Nissan Stadium (noon, CT). The game will be played without fans as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.