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S2 single-match tickets now on sale

This just in from the club:

Single-match tickets for the Seattle Sounders FC 2 inaugural 2015 season in USL are now on sale to the general public. Tickets are currently available through SoundersFC.com, all Ticketmaster outlets, the Renton and CenturyLink Field Sounders FC Pro Shop locations or by calling 877-MLS-GOAL. Ticket availability on a match-by-match basis is limited. Single-match tickets start at $15 with fans able to purchase tickets via the following link: http://sndrs.com/a8x8. S2 has surpassed more than 1,600 Season Ticket Memberships for its inaugural campaign, and great seats are still available for 2015 full-season ticket and half-season ticket packages. Half-season packages start at only $79 and the full season ticket package begins as low as $95 (with Founders Club Membership) for all 14 regular season home matches and postseason contests, as well as S2 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup games. To reserve the best seats and to receive complete ticketing information for the 2015 season, visit SoundersFC.com/S2/Tickets or call 877-MLS-GOAL. S2 group tickets for groups of 15 or more start at $12 per ticket. S2 is also introducing a Starfire Stadium VIP Lounge for $39 a game, or $35 per game for a season of VIP access. S2 is playing its inaugural season in the USL at Starfire Stadium. The team takes on defending USL Champion, Sacramento Republic FC in its inaugural match on March 21 at 7:30 p.m. PST at Starfire. ABOUT SOUNDERS FC 2Announced on October 14, 2014, Sounders FC 2 is the club's Second Team, playing in USL starting in the 2015 season. Known as S2, the team represents a link between the Sounders FC Academy and Sounders FC First Team. Playing its home matches at Starfire Stadium, S2 emphasizes development and community involvement, and will provide a consistent and competitive professional environment for promising Academy players and certain First Team players to progress. The team will operate under the management of Sounders FC and the Sounders Community Trust, an unprecedented, fan-owned organization that will hold a 20-percent interest in the team.
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