Here's a list of festivities provided by U.S. Soccer:
U.S. Soccer is planning an exciting series of activities to energize the city of Seattle. Fans from 48 states will join Seattle's passionate fanbase when the U.S. Men's National Team hosts Panama in a crucial FIFA World Cup qualifier on June 11 at CenturyLink Field.
In the center of the action leading up to the match will be U.S. Soccer's Fan Headquarters which will be located at NikeTown in downtown Seattle. The activities will engage a wide variety of fans, from hard-core supporters to the casual sports fan who wants to experience this special sporting event.
Along with the Fan Headquarters, a full slate of activities during the days leading up to the match, including the poster unveiling, a USA-Jamaica Viewing Party, Pep Rally and Fan Fest, is listed below. Tickets for the match on June 11 are still available through ussoccer.com. Groups of 20 or more can obtain an order form at ussoccer.com or call 312-528-1290.
FAN HEADQUARTERS Located at NikeTown in downtown Seattle, the U.S. Soccer Fan Headquarters (#FanHQ) will be the center of activity leading up to the match and provide fans with a one-stop location to engage in live shows, participate in contests, win giveaways and purchase the latest U.S. Soccer gear.
Starting on Friday, June 7, U.S. Soccer will have a live panel at 12 p.m. previewing the U.S. Men's National Team's World Cup Qualifying match against Jamaica, which kicks off later that evening. The discussion will be streamed on ussoccer.com.
At 4 p.m., U.S. Soccer will release the USA-Panama game-specific poster. The limited-edition poster was created by world-famous graphic artist Art Chantry, best known for the vibrant posters and album covers he did for bands in the Pacific Northwest, including Nirvana.
All day on Friday, and each day leading up to the match, U.S. Soccer staff will also be holding contests and giveaways, providing fans with the ability to win prizes such as field-level passes to watch the U.S. MNT warm-up on game day.
Other activities at the Fan Headquarters include:
Saturday, June 8: Post-game panel discussion on USA-Jamaica
Sunday, June 9: "Coffee & Centennial" - a panel of former players, including Chris Henderson and Kasey Keller, reflecting on some of the biggest moments in U.S. Soccer history.
Monday, June 10: Big Head Red Head Podcast - Taylor Twellman, Alexi Lalas and Marc Connelly will conduct an episode of their popular podcast live and in-person.
Go here for more detailed information on all the activities taking place at the Fan Headquarters during each day leading up to the USA-Panama match.
USA-JAMAICA VIEWING PARTY Looking for a place to get together with other fans and watch as they U.S. MNT looks to earn a valuable three away points against Jamaica? U.S. Soccer and Fado Irish Pub will be hosting a viewing party, starting at 6 p.m. PT. Fans will have the chance to win prizes during the match, including U.S. Soccer gear and possible upgrades for the U.S.-Panama match.
PEP RALLY Held at Paul G Allen's famous Cinerama on the night before the match (Monday, June 10), U.S. head coach Jurgen Klinsmann, former Men's National Team goalkeeper Kasey Keller, select members of the team and the American Outlaws will be on hand to pump up the supporters. Doors open at 7:30 p.m., and the program that includes videos, music, victory march and special presentations will kickoff at 8 p.m. Admittance is free for all fans.
U.S. SOCCER FAN FEST AND TAILGATE The U.S. Soccer Fan Fest will take place outside the stadium on game day and is free to the public. Join other U.S. Soccer fans to partake in interactive games, meet former National Team players, receive premium item giveaways, enter raffles, and much more. Kicking off at 4 p.m., the Fan Fest is located within the North Lot. And for those fans not heading inside the stadium, there will be a giant video screen so you can experience the thrills of the game with your fellow supporters. The official U.S. Soccer Tailgate is sold out.
FREE SCARF TO ALL IN ATTENDANCE All fans in attendance will receive a free, special edition game-specific scarf to wear with pride and show your colors during the game. U.S. Soccer is doing a five-part scarf series, one for each World Cup Qualifying match. The scarf will be unveiled this Friday at U.S. Soccer Headquarters.