We are pleased to announce there will be no increase in the tournament registration fees for 2020. All fees are the same as our very successful RiverFest Classic 2019 tournament.
If your team is traveling at least 200 miles to Chattanooga, you may qualify for this discount.
Use Code: TRAVEL200
* Online prepayment required for discount. Subject to mileage verification.
If your club is visiting from outside of Chattanooga and registers 10 teams, save $100 per team. If you register at least 5 teams, save $50 per team. Contact the the tournament director via email to make arrangements for this code.
Discounts cannot be combined.
Our #1 priority is the health and safety of our players as well as visitors. We also have an obligation to do our part as community leaders to reduce the spread of this virus. CFC Academy will continue to exceed CDC recommended guidelines as well all state and local requirements. If this event is canceled for any COVID-related reason, a full refund minus any administrative processing fees, will be issued. Refunds will also be issued, minus administrative fees, if a team chooses to cancel for COVID-19 concerns within 14 days of the event. We want you to feel secure in planning a great soccer weekend in Chattanooga and hope this flexibility provides that.
Fall in Chattanooga’s Naturehood – the urban core surrounded by easily accessible mountains, rivers and scenic beauty – is filled with spectacular color displays, wondrous natural assets, entertainment, neighborhoods bursting with outdoor fun and activities and thrilling Halloween experiences.
Chattanooga is a top destination, rated one of 10 Best Small Cities in the U.S. by Conde Nast Traveler readers. TripAdvisor named the Scenic City one of 14 Idyllic Fall Family Vacations in the U.S. in 2019, while Orbitz selected Chattanooga as one of five Best Leaf-peeping RV Trips for Fall. The Scenic City is the first city voted twice as “Best Town Ever” in Outside magazine.
See why when you visit Chattanooga this season. Fall in Chattanooga is ideal for walks on the Tennessee Riverwalk and Walnut Street Bridge; hikes on one of 50 trails located within a 30-minute drive of downtown; mountain, gravel and road biking; floating, paddling or surfing the Tennessee River; and hang-gliding over acres of brilliant foliage.