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Busy day for the Columbus Crew

Busy day for the Columbus Crew

Lori Schmidt
Courtesy of Crew Communications

When the Columbus Crew completes its new stadium in downtown Columbus, the fan experience for supporters who sit in the Nordecke will change. Some of the features they will soon be able to take advantage of are going to be unveiled Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.

The team is holding a virtual town hall to “touch on various elements of the new Nordecke,” and if you’re interested in participating in the Zoom broadcast, you can sign up here.


Following that, the Crew will be playing the final game of group-stage action in the MLS is Back Tournament. 

They take on Atlanta United at 8 p.m. 

Listen below to hear coach Caleb Porter preview the match.

Courtesy of Columbus Crew communications

Fans wishing to watch the game can tune into ESPN2. There will also be a socially distant drive-in at Headley Park in Gahanna for a $10 fee per car if you would prefer to take in the game with other Crew fans. Tickets for that can be purchased in advance here

The Crew (2-0-0) has already scored wins over FC Cincinnati and the New York Red Bulls. They have yet to surrender a goal in the tournament, and have already qualified for the knock-out round.

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