Tickets on sale Friday March 22 at 10.00 ET / 07.00 PT for Canada-USA match, presented by Canadian Tire.
Tickets for the highly anticipated Rematch between Canada’s Women’s National Team and USA are set to go on sale to the public this Friday, March 22 at 10:00 ET / 07:00 PT. The Canada-USA match, presented by Canadian Tire, will take place on Sunday, June 2nd at BMO Field in Toronto, ON (kick off 16:30 local).
“It is a real coup for us to have USA coming to play on Canadian soil; it will be a special occasion,” said John Herdman, Head Coach of Canada’s Women’s National Team. “This will be the biggest game of the year for many of our players.”
Fans will be able to purchase tickets online at ticketmaster.ca, by phone at 1-855-985-5000 or in person at all Ticketmaster outlets or the BMO Field box office. For more information on tickets, visit the event page at canadasoccer.com/rematch.
“We are thrilled to see such a high level of enthusiasm from our Canadian supporters and look forward to hopefully selling out BMO Field,” said Peter Montopoli, General Secretary, Canadian Soccer Association. “We are looking forward to having the stadium filled with loud and demonstrative fans to support our Women’s National Team for this great Rematch.”
“We have built this event to be an affordable and accessible soccer experience for all,” Montopoli added. “Canada Soccer will continue to work with our partners, provincial members and clubs to ensure June 2nd is a memorable celebration of Women’s soccer in Canada for our athletes and fans.”
Tickets for the June 2nd Rematch start as low as $25 (plus applicable fees), with almost 70% of all tickets available priced below $30.
Similar to the successful initiative that was started in 2011, community soccer clubs and group discounts are available and offer a reduced rate ranging from 20%-30% off regular price (based on volume). Details on clubs and groups offers are available on canadasoccer.com/rematch or by contacting email@example.com.
Fans can sign up on canadasoccer.com to get access to an exclusive pre-sale offer. A limited offer will also be circulated via Canada Soccer’s Twitter (@CanadaSoccerEN) and Facebook (facebook.com/canadasoccer) channels.
Fans are invited to extend their soccer day by participating in a pre-match Fan Fest that will take place outside BMO Field. Further details will be unveiled as the event draws closer.
The June 2nd match will also be broadcast nationally on all four regional Sportsnet channels.
The match against the Americans will be the first time the two teams have clashed since a dramatic semi-final at the Women’s Olympic Football tournament at the London 2012 Olympics. In a drama-filled affair on 7 August, 2012, captain Christine Sinclair handed Canada the lead on three separate occasions but the Americans ultimately prevailed with a 123rd-minute winner in extra time. Canada rebounded from the devastating loss against USA to claim the country’s first-ever Olympic medal in Women’s football and Canada’s first summer Olympics medal by a traditional team sport since 1936.
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