Nashville SC wraps up its first regular season at the Populous- and HASTINGS-designed GEODIS Park

On October 2, Major League Soccer’s Nashville SC concluded its first regular season schedule at its new permanent home at GEODIS Park, a 30,1-seat stadium just south of Music City’s downtown core at the historic Nashville Fairgrounds complex. Nashville SC hosted its first (completely sold-out) match against the Philadelphia Union on May 1 at the freshly completed venue, which ranks as the largest purpose-built soccer stadium in the United States and Canada. The $335 million project—one not without ample controversy—was designed in partnership by Populous in the role of architect of record and design architect with Nashville’s own HASTINGS serving as design architect. The design team worked

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