, who spent eight years at MLS and Soccer United Marketing as vice president, international business, has been hired as Nashville SC's first chief executive officer. He will head
club operations as it prepares for its 2018 inaugural season in USL.
“The opportunity to build a professional soccer club in Nashville was something I could not pass
up,” Jeske said. “Nashville has all the ingredients to be a world-class soccer city, and we at Nashville SC are dedicated to creating a club that reflects and embodies Nashville’s
Jeske recently helped organize Nashville’s Mexico-New Zealand game at Nissan Stadium that drew more than 40,000 fans, marking the second-largest crowd
to attend a soccer match in Tennessee.