Early bird season ticks available for Sounders U23 and Sounders Women

The tickets will be offered through April 30.

  • Friday, March 23, 2018 3:06pm
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The following is a press release from the Seattle Sounders Women’s team and Sounders U23 team.

The Sounders U23 and Sounders Women partnership helped develop players that currently litter the professional soccer landscape in the United States and abroad.

As part of this continued commitment to player development and in the name of building the game together, the two teams are offering a 2018 Early Bird Season Ticket through April 30.

For $50, the Early Bird Season Ticket gives access to all seven Sounders U23 home games as well as all four Sounders Women home games. As the teams progress into the playoffs, the Early Bird Season Ticket will also be valid for home playoff games.

Fans interested in this early opportunity can purchase the tickets here.

“There is much excitement both locally and around the country with opportunities in the game,” said Darren Sawatzky, the Sounders U23 Sounders Women General Manager. “We have been giving young players a place to develop and grow for nearly two decades and we wanted all our fans to have access to both of these great programs full of young aspiring professional players.”

Sounders U23 and Sounders Women schedules can be found at http://www.soundersu23.com/ and http://www.sounderswomen.com/. All questions can be sent to darrens@soundersu23.com.

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