Weekly Schedule
Weekly Schedule

Nashville SC will train primarily at Currey Ingram Academy in Brentwood, Tenn. Members of the media interested in covering Nashville SC at Currey Ingram Academy MUST RSVP with Nashville SC Communications by 5 p.m. CT the day before the training session, no exceptions.

To RSVP please email communications@nashvillesc.com. Members of the media covering the club at Currey Ingram must always wear their issued media credential and remain in the designated areas assigned by Nashville SC. This policy will be strictly enforced.

Media Availability
Monday, October 11
Training at Currey Ingram Academy
Tuesday, October 12
Training at Currey Ingrma Academy
Wednesday, October 13
Off Day
Thursday, October 14
Training at Currey Ingram Academy, Matchday -2 Media Availability
Friday, October 15
Travel Day
Saturday, October 16
Nashville SC at DC United, 6:30 p.m., Audi Field
Sunday, October 17
Regen Day

Weekly Storylines

  • Nashville SC has allowed just 26 goals this season, the fewest in the Eastern Conference
  • Nashville’s +20 goal differential is the second best in the Eastern Conference 
  • Nashville SC ranks second in the Eastern Conference in assists with 46
  • Nashville SC leads all of MLS in clean sheets with 12
  • Nashville SC is third in the Eastern Conference in save percentage at 75.2 percent 
  • Nashville SC ranks first in the Eastern Conference in headed duel percentage at 53.2%
  • Nashville SC will take on D.C. United on Saturday for the second and final time this year in regular season play 
  • Nashville earned a 5-2 victory over DCU on Aug. 15 at Nissan Stadium in a contest that saw a pair of braces from CJ Sapong and Alex Muyl
  • MVP candidate Hany Mukhtar secured the game-winning goal for Nashville in the come-from-behind victory over DCU
  • Nashville SC owns an all-time record of 2W-0L-0D against D.C. United in its MLS history
  • Nashville SC currently has four players away on international duty for CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying matches in Walker Zimmerman (United States), Aníbal Godoy (Panama), Alistair Johnston (Canada) and Randall Leal (Costa Rica)
  • 2021 MLS All-Star and reigning MLS Defender of the Year Walker Zimmerman has started in both matches for the United States in this round of qualifying matches 
  • Zimmerman wore the captain’s armband on Sunday night in the match against Panama 
  • This marked the third time that Zimmerman has worn the captain’s band for the United States, Zimmerman twice wore the armband during this summer’s Gold Cup. 
  • Aníbal Godoy earned his 110th international cap for Panama in the win over the United States on Sunday night
  • Godoy registered the game-winning goal for Panama with a headed effort off a set piece in the 54th minute of the contest
  • Godoy has worn the captain’s armband for Panama in every match of this round of World Cup Qualifying matches including the match against the USMNT where club teammate Walker Zimmerman also served as the captain 
  • Alistair Johnston earned his first international call-up in January 2021 and has now accumulated 15 caps in this calendar year alone
  • In Johnston’s 15 appearances for the Canadian National Team, the team owns a record of 9W-2L-4D with a goal differential of + 31 and seven clean sheets
  • Last week it was announced that Johnston was selected as Canada’s Men’s Soccer Player of the Month
  • Randall Leal has earned 23 caps for Costa Rica since making his debut on Sept. 7, 2018
  • Nashville SC owns a 0.70 goals-against average with Zimmerman in the lineup this season
  • Zimmerman ranks first among Nashville SC players among duel percentage at 67.3 percent, headed duel percentage with 74 percent
  • Zimmerman leads Nashville SC defenders in goals among defenders with two
  • Zimmerman is a four-time MLS Team of the Week selection in 2021
  • MVP candidate Hany Mukhtar ranks in the top 5 in MLS in several categories including goals (13), shots (78), shots on target (37), multi-goal games (3) and goals + assists (22).
  • Mukhtar leads all Nashville SC players in those respective categories as well. 
  • This season alone Mukhtar has been awarded the MLS Player of the Week twice.
  • Mukhtar has been selected to the MLS Team of the Week five times, the most of any Nashville SC player this season. 
  • Joe Willis is the MLS league leader in shutouts with 12. 
  • Willis has yet to allow more than two goals in a match this season. 
  • For Willis, his 12 shutouts have set a new career high, previously set at nine last year with Nashville SC. 
  • Willis has the second lowest goals-against average of any goalkeeper in the Eastern Conference at 0.93. and third lowest in all of MLS (Minimum 20 matches played). 
  • Willis has set a new career-high this season in wins with 11
  • Willis is on pace to set a new career-high in saves; Willis is currently at 79 saves, his career-high is 89 set in 2016

For more information on Nashville SC’s training schedule, please contact the Nashville Communications Department (Communications@nashvillesc.com).