Nashville SC Brings Back Impact Soccer Program

Nashville Soccer Club announced today that Impact Soccer, a pop-up community program dedicated to providing underserved children with access to soccer, will return starting Saturday, May 15 at Morgan Park Community Center.

In partnership with Metro Nashville Parks and Recreation Department, and presented by BodyArmour, Impact Soccer will take place at 10 sites across Nashville/Davison County through October 2. These pop-up events will include family-friendly soccer activities featuring inflatable pitches, 3v3 tournaments and soccer skill-drills. The Nashville SC and BodyArmour Street Teams will also be onsite to provide fanfare, music, prizes & giveaways.

All events will take place between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. CST and will provide participants with the opportunity to connect with Nashville SC for a day of soccer, music, and fun. Select dates will also include surprise guest visits from Nashville SC mascot, Tempo the Coyote.

To ensure a safe experience for everyone in attendance, participants must agree to abide by and engage in health and safety COVID-19 protocols for the duration of the event, including temperature checks, wearing a mask at all times, engaging in appropriate physical distancing, and not attending the event if ill or if recently exposed to someone who has contracted COVID-19.

Impact Soccer Locations:

May 15: Morgan Park

May 22: Coleman Park Community Center

June 5: Fannie Mae Dees Park

June 12: McGruder Center

June 18: Elizabeth Park

July 10: Hadley Park

July 31: Napier Elementary School

Aug 21: Antioch Community Center

Sep. 25: TN Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition Park

Oct. 2: Centennial Park

Steven Boero