FC Cincinnati will close out the 2021 MLS Season against Atlanta United FC. Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m. from TQL Stadium. The 2021 season finale is also Fan Appreciation match. As a thank you to fans for their support throughout the season, there will be several special offerings:

  • FREE popcorn with any purchase at all concession stands in TQL Stadium.
  • $4 drafts at the TQL Beer District behind section 134.
  • $4 Coors Seltzer Mango and Esoteric Brewing cans throughout the stadium.
  • 15% off your total purchase of FC Cincinnati merchandise at the TQL Team Store and stands throughout the stadium.

The Bailey will also lead the stadium in the signing of the National Anthem.


Local TV: Star64

Local Stream: fccincinnati.com

Out of Market: ESPN+

Radio: Fox Sports AM 1360

Talent: Tom Gelehrter (play-by-play), Kevin McCloskey (analyst), Alex Stec (sideline)

Be sure to follow @FCCincinnati on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for live updates from the match.

SCOUTING ATLANTA UNITED FC (12-9-12 – 48 pts – 5th, Eastern Conference)
Atlanta United FC need just a point from Sunday’s Decision Day to qualify for the 2021 MLS Cup Playoffs, having drawn at New York Red Bulls in the midweek. FC Cincinnati will be looking to play spoiler to Gonzalo Pineda’s side.

FC Cincinnati has had incredible support from the fans all season long, and to celebrate that, FCC will be giving back to the fans who have given so much this year. Fans can get deals on concessions and FCC merchandise, as well as a Fan Fest in Washington Park from 11 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

ATLANTA CONNECTIONS Brandon Vázquez made 32 appearances for Atlanta United, earning seven starts with the club between 2017-19. He scored three goals and recorded two assists and was part of the MLS Cup winning squad in 2018. Edgar Castillo made four appearances and earned one start in 2020 with Atlanta. Yuya Kubo scored his first career goal with FCC against Atlanta United on March 7, 2020.

LUCHO LIKES SCORING AGAINST ATLANTA Luciano Acosta’s six goals against Atlanta United FC are his most against any opponent, by far. He has scored three times each against Chicago, New England and Orlando for his second-most against any other club. Sunday will be his first regular season game in the month of November.