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July 8, 2024 – Major League Soccer (MLS)
Nashville SC News Release

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nashville Soccer Club (6W-8L-8D) will conclude its three-match road swing on Saturday, July 13th when it faces D.C. United (4W-11L-8D) at Audi Field at 6:30 p.m. CT. This weekend’s match in the nation’s capital is the first of three fixtures during an eight-day span (also July 17th versus Orlando City SC at GEODIS Park and July 20th at the Philadelphia Union) before the Boys in Gold kick off Leagues Cup 2024 Group Stage play at The Castle on Wednesday, July 31st at 8 p.m. CT versus Liga MX side Mazatlán F.C. Tickets for Nashville SC’s next two home matches are available here.

Earlier today, Nashville SC defender Walker Zimmerman was named to the United States Men’s Olympic Soccer Team for the Paris 2024 Olympics. The Nashville SC captain is one of three overage players to make the final roster and leads the squad with 42 senior international appearances.

Later this week, Nashville SC midfielder Jacob Shaffelburg and the Canadian Men’s National Team will face Argentina in the Conmebol Copa América™ semifinals on Tuesday, July 9th at 7 p.m. CT on FS1, Univision, TUDN and streaming on FOX Sports and Fubo. Shaffelburg helped lead Canada to the semifinals when he scored a goal in the team’s quarterfinal victory over Venezuela last Friday, earning him a spot on the Best XI of the Quarterfinals.


Nashville SC:

is unbeaten in four of its last six road matches

is 38W-29L-37D against Eastern Conference opponents

is 22W-29L-26D all-time on the road

is 5W-7L-5D all-time in the month of July

is 35W-37L-43D all-time on weekends

is unbeaten versus D.C. United with a 4W-0L-2D record and a +8 goal differential

is 1W-0L-2D at D.C.’s Audi Field

last faced D.C. on July 1, 2023, a 2-0 shutout win at GEODIS Park

Forster Ajago made his second consecutive start and fifth-straight appearance on Sunday, July 7th at Portland

Teal Bunbury

is seventh among active players in regular season games played (385)

has six goals and two assists versus D.C. United in his career

Dan Lovitz

became Nashville SC’s first outfield player to reach 11,000-plus regular season minutes after logging 45 minutes Sunday night at Portland

has one goal and one assist versus D.C. United in his career

Jack Maher

has made a team-high 20 starts this season, logging 1,799 minutes

has played 450 minutes as a Boy in Gold against D.C. United, the most among Nashville SC outfield players

Shaq Moore made his first appearance…

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