Before Nashville SC’s soccer-specific stadium opens in 2022, the club has unveiled a preview center for fans at the team's headquarters.
The experience includes a 3D model of what’ll eventually be a 30,000-seat venue, giving fans a glimpse into what their seat’s vantage point will be. The preview center is currently open to premium seat members through the summer before it opens to other supporters.
When attending the preview center, fans can sign blue and gold beams that’ll be used during the construction process. There’s also a Hall of Records and other Nashville-specific features that reflect what’s coming to the Music City.
Check out the video below from TV station WKRN to get a sense of what interactive elements Nashville are offering.
Like during their expansion year, Nashville will play home matches during the 2021 season at Nissan Stadium. Also home to the NFL’s Tennessee Titans, Nissan Stadium welcomed nearly 60,000 fans for the club’s home opener against Atlanta United.
Led by head coach Gary Smith, Nashville made the Eastern Conference Semifinals as an expansion club in 2020. They return much of that roster and have also added Uruguayan winger Rodrigo Pineiro from Danubio earlier this offseason.