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Clovers lack luck against strong Chattanooga FC team

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF) -- The Chattanooga Football Club lost no momentum after last week's first professional win at home. Brian Bement, Ian McGrath and...

Chattanooga FC christens season restart with 3-1 win

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF) -- Chattanooga FC wasted no time getting on the scoreboard after a five-month pause to the 2020 NISA season. CFC's Ian...

Chattanooga Football Club Announces Return To Play

The Chattanooga Football Club will return to the pitch this month.

CFC Spring Season Cancelled as NISA Aims for Summer Games and Fall League Play

(nisaofficial.com) Chattanooga, TN (April 27th, 2020)- Today the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA) announced that the Spring 2020 season, originally scheduled to run from...

CFC Games Suspended For 30 Days

The National Independent Soccer Association announced Thursday that all matches in their league have been suspended for 30 days in light of the issues...

CFC draws with Oakland in first pro match

The first professional match in Chattanooga FC history is in the books and CFC brings home a point, earning a draw against Oakland Roots in Oakland, CA.

CFC Release Spring NISA Schedule

(press release) Chattanooga, TN ( January 27th, 2020)-- Soccer in the Scenic City is fast approaching,  Chattanooga Football Club announces its NISA schedule for...

Chattanooga Football Club Announce NISA Home Opener for March 14th

The next chapter in the history of Chattanooga Football Club will begin officially Saturday, March 14th, 3:00pm as we welcome Michigan Stars to Finley Stadium for the first home match of the NISA season.

NISA Adding Michigan Stars FC

The National Independent Soccer Association (NISA) announces its Metro Detroit-based club, the Michigan Stars Football Club (MSFC), which will begin competition in Spring 2020 along with other its other member clubs taking the pitch in NISA's official league play.

Chattanooga FC To Go Professional In 2020 Joining NISA

Chattanooga Football Club announced today that the club will be joining the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA) and beginning play in Spring 2020.
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