Nashville SC announced Friday that they have resigned goalkeeper Bryan Meredith to a one-year contract with an additional option for 2023. Meredith, 32, joined Nashville last season for his 10th year in MLS, and was on the bench for every match of the season. Meredith’s option was declined initially, with Nashville announcing they were in negotiations to bring him back.
“Bryan fits into our group so well, and we are happy to have him return for 2022,” said Nashville SC General Manager Mike Jacobs.
With Meredith’s return, Nashville’s goalkeeper corps is now four deep. Joe Willis has played every second of MLS action for Nashville, while Elliot Panicco was the number two option in their inaugural season and performed well on loan in the USL Championship in 2021. Nashville also selected former Akron ‘keeper Will Meyer in the second round of the 2022 MLS SuperDraft.
Nashville SC are currently in preseason training camp at Bradenton, Florida, before kicking off their MLS campaign in Seattle on February 27.