Projects

Current Projects

Operation Get Active

This year we are raising $3500 to sponsor Operation Get Active’s coach jerseys. OGA currently has 60 coaches working across Chattanooga, providing safe, inclusive and fun soccer sessions at schools and community centers. Listen to what their coaches have to say about it . You can be a part of it by donating here.

Chattahooligan Scholarship for Coaching Education

The Chattahooligan Scholarship for Coaching Education will provide formal federation training to Chattanooga FC Academy coaches who exhibit aptitude for coaching, passion for the development of young players, and a commitment to the future Chattanooga Football Club. This first of its kind scholarship will result in positive outcomes for every athlete that trains with the academy, and unlock a desire deeply held by we Chattahooligans. Simply- We are eager to cheer on a hometown superstar under the lights at Finley Stadium.

Prideraiser

Born in Chattanooga, Prideraiser is a coalition of independent soccer supporters that raise money for local LGBTQ charities every June. The Prideraiser project has recorded more than $64,000 in pledges to local charities across the country.

Support your local club and support your local cause. Learn more at prideraiser.org

Selected Past Projects

Pie MASH

We whipped up some fun on July 4. CFC players, staff, supporters, and local celebrities took pies to the face to raise money to provide housing assistance to local veterans. $1300 was raised in 2017, and supporters already look forward to this event returning in 2018.

Children’s Festival

In 2017, The Chattahooligans operated a wildly popular booth at the annual Ronald McDonald House Children’s Festival. Kids could make their own flag to bring to a soccer match, and got a chance to play a variety of our supporter drums.

Dogs for Dogs

A tailgate event benefiting the Humane Educational Society. Our tailgate chefs serve up gourmet hot dogs on local buns with exotic toppings and HES brings adoptable, pettable pooches with a crew of volunteers. Donations of the cash or blanket/towel variety are encouraged. In 2017, a total of $1,451 and a pickup truck packed with blankets and towels were donated on behalf of the Chattahooligans. Look for this event again in 2018.