Nashville SC Announces Schedule Through September 12

NASHVILLE, TN – Nashville SC announced a slate of eight games to kick off the Major League Soccer return to play. Nashville will begin their schedule with a two match series in Dallas on August 12 and 16, as first reported by Broadway Sports.


  • at FC Dallas
  • at FC Dallas
  • at Atlanta United
  • at Orlando City SC
  • vs Inter Miami CF
  • vs Orlando City SC
  • at Inter Miami CF
  • vs Atlanta United FC


  • Wednesday, August 12
  • Sunday, August 16
  • Saturday, August 22
  • Wednesday, August 26
  • Sunday, August 30
  • Wednesday, September 2
  • Sunday, September 6
  • Saturday, September 12

TV Broadcast

  • MyTV30
  • MyTV30
  • MyTV30
  • MyTV30
  • MyTV30
  • MyTV30
  • FS1
  • MyTV30

“Having suffered the heartache of the Orlando Tournament, it’s wonderful to be preparing for our first game in five months,” said Nashville Head Coach Gary Smith in the club’s release. “The players and staff are excited to be competing again and we would all like nothing more than to get into a rhythm of games to promote the team development we have all missed.”

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Nashville’s last match was March 8, a 1-0 road loss to the Portland Timbers. The Boys in Gold were scheduled to participate in the MLS is Back Tournament starting in early July, but were forced to withdraw due to a cluster of Covid-19 cases within the team.

Nashville will return to Nissan Stadium for the first time since February 29 against Inter Miami CF on August 30. While the last match was played in front of 59,000 fans, the next match will look different. From the club’s press release: “In partnership with MLS and local health authorities, Nashville SC will continue to monitor and evaluate the status of COVID-19 in relation to fans attending matches during this phase and will share more information in the upcoming weeks.”

All matches will be locally broadcast on MyTV30, with the exception of their trip to Inter Miami, set to feature on FS1 on September 6. Wednesday’s match will be the debut of Nashville’s broadcast team, with Tony Husband providing play-by-play, Jamie Watson as the color analyst, and Lori Lindsey on the sidelines.

MLS announced the schedule for all other clubs through September 12, as well as confirming MLS Cup Playoffs will begin on November 20 and feature 18 MLS clubs. MLS Cup will be played on December 12. MLS will announce the remainder of the regular season schedule in early September.

Author: Ben Wrightis the Director of Soccer Content and a Senior MLS Contributor for Broadway Sports covering Nashville SC and the US National Team. Previously Ben was the editor and a founder of Speedway Soccer, where he has covered Nashville SC and their time in USL before journeying to Major League Soccer since 2018. Raised in Louisville, KY Ben grew up playing before a knee injury ended his competitive career. When he is not talking soccer he is probably producing music, drinking coffee or hanging out with his wife and kids. Mastodon

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