Saturday, March 17, 2007

Season Season Tickets Sold Out.

Toronto FC announced Thursday that the team has sold out of season seats for the 2007 Major League Soccer (MLS) season. In five months, the team has sold a record setting 14,000 seasons seats for Toronto's new soccer club that will play at BMO Field at Exhibition Place. In addition, BMO Field has also sold out its executive suites.

Toronto FC also announced preliminary ticket details for two half season game packs for this upcoming season. A Premium Pack and an International Pack will go on sale Monday, April 2 at 9 a.m.

The Premium Pack includes games against the 2006 MLS Champions Houston Dynamo, New York Red Bulls and the coveted match versus the LA Galaxy on Sunday, August 5. The International Pack includes all of FC's international friendly matches and five regular season matches against MLS teams. Teams participating in the international friendlies will be announced shortly.

Premium and International Packs can be purchased by phone at (416) 360-GOAL (4625) or online at Purchases must be made by credit card. Both Packs are priced at $528 each.

"We've had phenomenal momentum since launching Toronto FC last May and the response we've got with respect to season seat sales tells us that soccer fans across the GTA are excited about their new team," said Tom Anselmi, executive vice-president and chief operating officer of Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd. "We're confident that fans will see some great soccer at affordable prices and our half season ticket packages provide flexibility and variety to satisfy the growing appetite for professional soccer in Toronto."

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