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
July 26
Nashville SC Off Day
July 26
NSC Backstage on ESPN 94.9 at 7 p.m. CT with broadcast voices Tony Husband and Jamie Watson and special guest CJ Sapong
July 27
Training at Currey Ingram Academy Media arrival: 9 a.m. CT Player availability upon request
July 28
Training at Currey Ingram Academy Media arrival: 9 a.m. CT Player availability upon request
July 29
Nashville SC Off Day
July 30
Training at Currey Ingram Academy Media arrival: 9 a.m. CT Player availability upon request
July 30
Matchday-2 media availability featuring Head Coach Gary Smith and select players via Zoom 12 p.m. CT
July 31
Nashville SC Travel Day to Toronto, Canada
Auguat 1
Nashville SC at Toronto FC 6:30 p.m. CT BMO Field TV: MyTV30 English Radio: ESPN 94.9 Spanish Radio: El Jefe Stream: Nashvillesc.com

Weekly Storylines

  • Nashville SC (6W-1L-8D, 26 pts.) enters the week in second place in the Eastern Conference after a convincing 3-0 victory over Major League Soccer rival FC Cincinnati on Saturday night
  • Nashville SC is now tied with conference leaders New England Revolution for the best goal differential in the Eastern Conference at plus 10
  • Nashville SC extended its home unbeaten streak to 12 matches with the victory on Saturday night, a streak that has lasted 249 days and counting 
  • Nashville SC is riding an overall unbeaten streak of seven matches and owns a record of 4W-0L-3D since June 23
  • Nashville SC has registered 24 goals and 25 assists this season, tying its high from last season in both categories in eight less matches played
  • Nashville SC now owns a 14W-2L-3D record all-time in MLS when scoring the first goal of the match
  • Head Coach Gary Smith now owns 47W-7L-20D record and .770 winning percentage when his sides score the first goal of the match
  • Since entering MLS, Nashville SC owns a .578 winning percentage (14W-8L-16D); since Feb. 29, 2020, Nashville SC has a better winning percentage than recent expansion sides in that same span - LAFC (15W-13L-9D, .527), Atlanta United FC (8W-18L-12D, .368), Austin FC (3W-7L-4D .357), Inter Miami CF (9W-21L-6D, .333) and FC Cincinnati (7W-22L-8D, .297)
  • Jalil Anibaba has made four consecutive starts for Nashville SC and won 75% of his duels against FC Cincinnati
  • Tah Brian Anunga has appeared in 21 matches in his Nashville SC career owning a 9W-2L-10D record
  • Alistair Johnston while away on international duty for Canada, started and played all 90 minutes in the shutout victory over Costa Rica on Sunday night to advance to the Concacaf Gold Cup Semifinals against Mexico on Thursday at 9 p.m. CT on FS1
  • Randall Leal scored his first goal since May 23 against Austin FC in the win against FC Cincinnati. For Leal, that was his third foal of the season, tying his MLS career-high in regular season matches
  • Captain Dax McCarty appeared in his 397th career MLS regular season match on Saturday, surpassing current Colorado Rapids defender Drew Moor for sole possession of fourth all-time in MLS history by outfield players. McCarty also passed Bobby Boswell for sixth place on the all-time minutes played leaderboard with 32,247 minutes
  • Hany Mukhtar registered his first career multi-assist game in the 3-0 victory over FC Cincinnati and is second all-time in assists in Nashville SC history with eight. Mukhtar is also the all-time leader in goals scored for Nashville SC in its MLS history (12) and currently leads the team in goals scored this season (seven).
  • Dave Romney remains the only Nashville SC outfield player to play all 1,350 minutes this season
  • CJ Sapong registered his seventh career brace in the victory over Cincinnati and is now second on the team in goals scored this season with five, scoring in three of his last five matches. Sapong also registered his third assist of the season, the highest since 2018
  • Taylor Washington started in his second consecutive match in the win on Saturday, the first time in his MLS career
  • Joe Willis is now first in MLS in shutouts with seven, and has recorded 16 clean sheets in 28 matches for Nashville SC. Willis enters the week with a goals-against average of 0.93

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