Preseason schedule set for Nashville SC

Nashville SC has announced their preseason schedule as the club prepares for the 2024 campaign.

Having qualified for the Concacaf Champions Cup for the first time in club history, Nashville’s season will start slightly earlier than previous years. The Boys in Gold’s will take the field against Moca FC in the Dominican Republic on February 22nd. Three days later, Nashville will open up its MLS regular season schedule at home against the New York Red Bulls.

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To prepare for the season ahead, players will report to preseason camp on Saturday, January 13th. From there, the club will embark on their annual trip south to Florida for a warm-weather camp. This year, Nashville’s home base in the Sunshine State will be located in West Palm Beach. During this stretch, Nashville has scheduled three exhibition matches featuring St. Louis CITY SC, Sporting Kansas City, and Toronto FC.

Friday, January 26St. Louis City SC (MLS)Port St. Lucie, FL11:30 am
Tuesday, January 30Sporting Kansas City (MLS)West Palm Beach, FL12:00 pm
Friday, February 2Toronto FC (MLS)Palm Beach Gardens, FL12:00 pm
Wednesday, February 7Birmingham Legion FC (USL)Geodis Park, Nashville, TN*2:00 pm
Thursday, February 15Memphis 901 FC (USL)Geodis Park, Nashville, TN3:00 pm
*Potential for limited fan access, details TBD

Following those three games, the team will return to the Music City for the remainder of their preseason preparations. In Nashville, they will host USL Championship sides Birmingham Legion and Memphis 901 FC in a pair of tune-up matches before the season kicks off.

As with previous Nashville SC preseasons, all of these matches appear set to be played behind closed doors with no broadcast available. If that changes, Broadway Sports Media will report on any availability.

Author: Chris IveyChris is a senior writer covering Nashville SC. His writings focus on the team at large and often navigate the complexity of roster building around the myriad of MLS rules. Outside of Broadway Sports Media, Chris resides in Knoxville and is a licensed attorney. Beyond NSC, he is always willing to discuss Tennessee football and basketball, Coventry City, and USMNT. Follow Chris on Twitter

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