Play Soccer over the Cumberland at ICC’s Celebrate Soccer in Nashville Party
Thursday, noon-2 p.m. soccer party on the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge will have soccer games and prizes with Nashville Soccer Club, Titans Cheerleaders and local mascots including T-Rac
NASHVILLE—The International Champions Cup is hosting a free event for families to play soccer on the walking bridge capturing the excitement building up to July 29, when English Premier League teams Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City face off at Nissan Stadium.
The Celebrate Soccer in Nashville Party will feature soccer games, Titans cheerleaders, mascots including T-Rac and prizes as Music City ramps up to set a new record for soccer attendance in Nashville. The party comes hot on the heels of the successful Gold Cup match that showcased soccer fever in the South.
Tottenham and Manchester are part of England’s Premier League, the top professional league for men's association soccer clubs.
What: ICC Celebrate Soccer in Nashville Party previewing the Tottenham and Manchester City matchup! The ICC, Nashville Soccer Club and Tennessee Soccer Association will host a FREE party featuring soccer games for children on a giant inflatable soccer field and team mascots including the Tennessee Titans and more.
At the party, the Tennessee State Soccer Association and the Nashville Soccer Club will host soccer clinics, photo opportunities, giveaways, such as tickets to the game and Premier League jerseys.
Who: Nashville Soccer Club head coach Gary Smith will be on hand for media interviews — both at the event and for previews.
When: Thursday, July 13; 12 p.m. – 2 p.m.
Where: John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge, Nashville, Tenn.
Contact: Juliana Wilson
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