Chattanooga FC once again showed off their defensive prowess this past weekend in a 0-0 draw at Michigan Stars. This marks CFC’s 4th straight clean sheet in league games. CFC will enter this game 3-0-1 in league games. The Savannah Clovers will be looking to put this past weekend behind them after suffering their second loss of the season at the hands of Gold Star FC Detroit. The Clovers have yet to start building any momentum this year and will enter this game 1-2-1 in league action.
It’s been two years since these two clubs came face-to-face. Chattanooga FC traveled down to Savannah in July of 2021 where CFC was quick to overpower the Clovers in a 4-0 win in the Independent Cup. A lot has changed since the teams last played; expect an exciting matchup in Chattanooga.
Players to Watch
Andrew Barrowman (Savannah Clovers) - Barrowman leads the way for Clovers as the midfielder leads the team with 2 goals in 4 league games. He’ll look to be the spark to propel Savannah to their second win as they travel to Chattanooga to play table leaders, Chattanooga FC.
Anatoline Prepelita (Chattanooga FC) - The 25-year-old Moldovan has been a brick wall for CFC in the back line. Prepelita has featured in every single competitive game for Chattanooga this year only allowing 2 goals in 6 games across all competitions and 4 clean sheets in league action. He has been a vital piece for Chattanooga’s defense this year, and he’ll be looking to continue his contribution to the clean sheet streak this weekend.
Cause of The Match
CFC's Cause of the Match this weekend is the AIM Center. The AIM Center offers employment, education, housing, socialization, and wellness opportunities for adults living with serious mental illness. AIM Center has been helping adults in the Chattanooga community lead fulfilling and productive lives while successfully managing their mental health since 1989. CFC is incredibly excited to be partnering up with this amazing non-profit.
About Chattanooga Football Club
Chattanooga Football Club was founded in 2009. The CFC Men's team competes in the National Independent Soccer Association (NISA), which is in the third division of professional soccer. The CFC Women's team is a summer amateur team that competes in the Women's Premier Soccer League (WPSL). Chattanooga Football Club became the first soccer club to offer true ownership to the fans in 2019 with 3,200+ investors from Chattanooga, all 50 states, and 31 countries. CFC plays all home games in Finley Stadium in Chattanooga.