In a continuing effort to bring communities together through the sport of soccer, Chattanooga FC is pleased to announce our 2020 gameday poster series. The limited edition poster series will highlight local artists’ work while celebrating our home matches this season. Each design will be sold in a poster size and postcard size, with 100% of the proceeds going to local charities.

“This is another great opportunity for the club to highlight the talent that is within our community” said Jeremy Alumbaugh, Managing Director, Chattanooga FC. “These designs will showcase a local artist while raising money for underserved communities here in the Scenic City. It’s a win-win.”

The first poster in the series is the piece created by Nathan Swann for the CFC v New Amsterdam FC match, now scheduled for September 16th at 7:00pm. The limited edition posters and postcards will go on sale starting today, with proceeds going to Art120 and East Lake Expression Engine, two local nonprofits that use art and music, respectively, as an avenue for developing children’s creativity and problem solving skills, and building up strong communities through the introduction of the artistic process.

“East Lake Expression Engine is doing good work” said Nathan Swann, artist. “Music is one of the few great equalizers of our time, something that often transcends our social, economic, and racial barriers. What better work could one support than that of training future generations in the art and skill of musicianship?”

“Art120 is a great organization that is helping to break down barriers of accessibility within our local and regional arts communities” added Sean Burney, Brand Strategist & Creative Lead, Chattanooga FC. “They bring in artists from diverse backgrounds to work in underserved schools and elsewhere.”

Additional posters will go on sale closer to the corresponding match. Posters can be ordered at and can be picked up at the CFC offices on Carter Street, or can be delivered via mail.

About East Lake Expression Engine:

East Lake Expression Engine is an after-school and summer music program in the East Lake neighborhood of Chattanooga which offers free, open access classes in choir, bucket band, and orchestral instruments for children in grades K-12. Their mission is to develop the creativity, discipline, problem solving skills, social skills and spiritual maturity of students through musical instruction and collaboration in a gospel-centered environment. East Lake Expression Engine works to create a stable and supportive community, where children can team to express themselves and can build lasting relationships with mentors and fellow students.

About Art 102:

Art 102 uses art as a catalyst to engage, teach and inspire. Since 2010, Art 120 has strived to provide quality arts and technology programs for youth, free public cultural events, multidisciplinary programs for high schools, and hands-on learning with artists for Title 1 schools in our community. Art 120 serves thousands of children each year and breaks down barriers to make art inclusive for all.

For more information about Art 120’s programs, visit or stay on top of their ongoing events via Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.