Fury FC Announces Ticket Prices for 2014 Season

Ottawa Fury FC announced season-ticket prices for the 2014 North American Soccer League season, with 16 home games priced at between $10.45 and $23.39 each plus HST and a “capital replacement fund” charge of $2.26. Games will be split between Carleton University and the new Lansdowne Park stadium.

The North American Soccer League expansion franchise will play five contests at Carleton University during the spring portion of the schedule between April and early June. The last 10 regular-season home games and an Amway Canadian Championship club competition contest will be held at the new Lansdowne Park stadium between July and November.

The games at Carleton would feature up to 5,000 general-admission seats, including the west-side stands and temporary seating at both ends of the playing surface and along a grass berm between the field and Bronson Avenue. The new Lansdowne stadium, also home to the REDBLACKS of the Canadian Football League, will have reserved seating for 24,000.

The least expensive soccer tickets, $10.45 each, are for fans 16 years of age and less. Adult prices range from $11.95 in special sections for Fury FC “supporters” to $13.44 in most seating areas to $23.39 for seats nearest the centre line in the new stadium.

Including HST and the capital fund charge, the total costs range from $225.16 to $459.16.

   
 

The soccer and football teams are owned by Ottawa Sports & Entertainment Group, which is renovating Lansdowne Park under a partnership agreement with the city.

Construction is expected to end around the time the 2014 CFL season begins in late June. The REDBLACKS will likely start the season with two or three road games, pushing their home debut into July.

The NASL will break from mid-June to mid-July, when the soccer World Cup takes place in Brazil.

 

Source: Ottawa Citizen

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