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Memphis 901 FC Announces Series of Fan Forums

By Admin, 11/14/19, 2:30PM CST


First Set for Next Week at The Brass Door

MEMPHIS, Tennessee – Memphis 901 FC will be hosting a series of Fan Forums in the region leading up to the 2020 season, with the first set for next Thursday, Nov. 21, at The Brass Door in Downtown Memphis. Doors will open at 7 p.m., and the Fan Forum is scheduled to begin at 7:30.

Each Fan Forum will feature a question-and-answer session with 901 FC President Craig Unger, owner Tim Howard, and head coach Tim Mulqueen. Fans will learn more about the club, which is entering its second season in the USL Championship in 2020, including how the offseason is progressing, plans for the upcoming year, the development of players, and more.

Food and beverage will be available for purchase.

After next week’s Fan Forum, the club will host another one in December and a final one in January. Dates and locations for the next two Fan Forums will be announced at a later date.

With its inaugural season concluded, 901 FC now turns its attention to the upcoming 2020 season. News and information about the 2020 roster, schedule, tickets, and more will be available in the coming weeks and months. Season ticket information for 2020 is available at

For the latest information on the team, visit and follow the club on social media on TwitterFacebook, and Instagram.

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Based in Tampa, Florida, the USL has grown over the past decade into a model organization with strong corporate partnerships, stable organizational leadership and a dedicated staff that provides outstanding support to member clubs and outside partners. Sanctioned by the U.S. Soccer Federation and Canadian Soccer Association, the USL is #UnitedForSoccer, moving the game forward in the United States and Canada.

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