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Chattanooga FC Offers Coaches Hands On Experience with MLS and NISA Level Teams

By Chattanooga FC , 01/23/23, 9:15PM EST


Chattanooga FC is giving soccer coaches an incredible opportunity to work with coaches at the highest level of professional soccer. Through the CFC Community Partners Program, the club is hosting a coaching clinic that will help local coaches level up and get exclusive access with MLS coaches. 

“The Community Partners Program gives us yet another way to fulfill our mission of bringing our community together through the world’s game. The match analytic tools that these participants will learn is a massive key to the development of their players, and will help these coaches level up their squads” said Jeremy Alumbugh, CEO, Chattanooga FC. 

This Saturday, January 28th, The club will offer a USC Special Topics diploma in Game Analysis. The program will begin at 1:30pm and include classroom training, networking, and hands on training during the Chattanooga FC vs Atlanta United game at 3:00pm. Post game, participants will meet representatives from both Atlanta United and Chattanooga FC, and will have time to discuss the match and apply their learnings from the course. 

Conducting the seminar is Felipe Cardenas. Felipe is a staff writer for The Athletic who covers MLS, the Mexican National Team, media and international soccer. Recently, Cardenas covered the World Cup in Qatar and will share his experiences from the tournament. 

Topics within the training session will include: 

  • The components of effective match analysis

  • How to use match analysis to improve individual player performances

  • How to use match analysis to improve team performance

  • How to use match analysis to scout an opponent   


Registration for this event is $65.  Questions can be directed to

NOTE: Your Ticket for this game must be purchased separately. You will need to purchase a ticket to be able to participate in this course. A link to purchase your game ticket will be sent out after you have registered for the course.