MEMPHIS, Tennessee – Hartford Athletic has announced the postponement of its match versus Memphis 901 FC on April 4 following guidance from local and state health officials in Connecticut. More information on the date and time of the rescheduled match will be provided as soon as it becomes available.
For more information, the full statement can be found on Hartford Athletic’s website. You can also follow Memphis 901 FC on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for the most up-to-date club news and highlights.
Memphis 901 FC returns this to AutoZone Park this Saturday when they take on Saint Louis FC. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.
Season tickets, group tickets, and 7 Match Flex Plans are also available for purchase, with full season tickets starting at just $10 per match. Call (901) 721-6000 or go to www.memphis901fc.com/tickets for more information.
About Memphis 901 FC
Memphis 901 FC is an American professional soccer team embarking on its second season in the United Soccer League Championship. 901 FC, led by Principal Owner Peter Freund, Minority Owner Tim Howard, President Craig Unger and Head Coach Tim Mulqueen, represents a market that includes over 8,000 youth soccer players, an established American Outlaws chapter and strong collegiate programs.
About the USL
The United Soccer League (USL) is the largest professional soccer organization in North America, possessing nearly a decade of experience in bringing the world’s game to communities across the United States and Canada. Overseeing the USL Championship, USL League One, and USL League Two, the organization is built on a proven and recognized model in international football and counts more than 100 clubs in its membership.
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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