Chattanooga FC (0-2) dropped its second straight match in its inaugural season, losing 2-0 at Rocket City United in Huntsville.

On a beautiful night for soccer, over 600 fans showed up to watch a good game - and that’s just what they got.

Chattanooga FC got off to a solid start by putting some early pressure on Rocket City’s goal, but could not find the net. Rocket City United (2-1-0), currently in first place in the Southeast Conference of the NPSL, soon began to create some dangerous scoring opportunities of their own. Both team certainly had their fair share of chances throughout the first half, but Richard Masters, Chattanooga’s keeper, and the Rocket City keeper kept things knotted 0-0 going into the half.

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