As the Tennessee Soccer Club heads into its 35th year, they could not have been successful without the partnership with the City of Brentwood

 “Over the past several decades, the City of Brentwood has generously supported the youth soccer community by providing access to multiple fields and facilities and allowing the game to continue to grow.”, said Taylor Johnson, Director of marketing and Development form TSC.

 Tennessee Soccer Club has been firmly rooted in the Brentwood community for over 35 years. In 1985, Brentwood Soccer club was founded and was a staple for competitive soccer in Middle Tennessee until 2012, when it merged with Tennessee football Club to for TSC. ‘The spirit of BSC continues to live in all that TSC does, with several staff and board members currently involved that were crucial to Brentwood Soccer club in its early days,” says Taylor. TSC recently announced a merger with Nashville FC Youth and will become the largest competitive youth soccer organization in the state. 

 In 1985, Brentwood Soccer Club was founded and was a staple for competitive soccer in Middle Tennessee until 2012, when it merged with Tennessee Football Club to form TSC. “The spirit of BSC continues to live in all that TSC does, with several staff and board members currently involved that were crucial to Brentwood Soccer Club in its early days,” says Taylor.

 Whether for U8 TSC boys’ and girls’ games at the Brentwood YMCA, teams training at Tower Park, or tournament games with hundreds of teams at Crockett Park, the Brentwood community continues to be a massive supporter of TSC and is a primary location for TSC games, practices and camps on an annual basis.

In the 2019–20 season, TSC estimates it will serve over 3,100 families, many of whom call Brentwood home.

“We could not be as successful as we are without the partnership with the City of Brentwood,” said Taylor. ““On behalf of Tennessee Soccer Club families of past, present and future, the club sends out a massive thank you to the City of Brentwood for its continued support.”

TSC has won multiple national championships in recent years through competition in national leagues including last year’s TSC 15U boys’ team who won the Elite National Premier League (ENPL) National Championship game in Denver, CO.  

That national championship is the third in three consecutive seasons for TSC. In 2016 and 2017, the 1998 Girls Showcase and 1999 Girls Showcase teams each won a national championship. 

 

 

 

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