• Alec Redington keeps the game rolling with several stunning saves in the box.
• Captain Juan Hernandez plays his 100th game with Chattanooga FC.
Chattanooga FC ends an exciting match at Finley Stadium against the Maryland Bobcats FC in a draw. The match was an impressive competition from both sides of the field, continuously keeping the audience on the edge of their seats. Several spectacular goal attempts from Chattanooga FC came up just short of a goal. There was truly a remarkable show of athleticism from the offense, but undoubtedly the true heroes of the match were on the defense. Defensive players Shaun Russell and Nick Spielman produce several outstanding stops protecting “Fort” Finley Stadium and preserving the clean sheet. Additionally, Goalkeeper Alec Redington showed the crowd at Finley stadium why he is #1, giving the audience a brilliant display of agility and body control, as he stopped several near goal attempts.
Chattanooga head coach Peter Fuller said, “We knew that Maryland would present us a number of problems, and they didn’t disappoint. They tested us in terms of our individual defending as well as our collective defending, which I thought we did a decent job with for the most part. Our attacking play tonight was a struggle; we certainly didn’t have our “A” game, but I’m glad to get a point out of it. Got an excellent performance tonight from Alec Reddington in goal. He made some key saves down the stretch to help us gain that point. Now we get ready for New Amsterdam on Saturday.”
Chattanooga FC would also like to acknowledge all Military personnel and Veterans who came out to support our match. Thank you for your sacrifice, your bravery, and the example you set for us all.
The train does not stop for our boys in blue. Next up this Saturday, June 5th at 7:30 p.m., we will be back at Finley Stadium for a stand off against New Amsterdam FC. Tickets available now at CFCTIX.com.