RailHawks Host LA Galaxy in Third Round U.S. Open Cup RematchMay 28, 2013 - North American Soccer League (NASL) - Carolina RailHawks
"We will have another great crowd for our game against the Galaxy," said RailHawks President Curt Johnson. "Tickets have been purchased from 107 different cities and 15 different states. VIP and Club sections have sold out, but good seats are still available in Terrace, Premium, and Spectator seating categories."
The match will be the third RailHawks match broadcast on WRAL2 in 2013 and will be available for viewing over the air on channel 5.2 and Time Warner Cable channel 106. For other ways to view WRAL2 and the broadcast schedule for 2013 RailHawks home matches click here. Wednesday night's clash can also be heard over the radio on 99.9 The Fan or The Fan's internet stream on WRALSportsFan.com.
Wednesday night will be the second all-time meeting between the RailHawks and the Galaxy, with the first occurring in the Third Round of the 2012 U.S. Open Cup at WakeMed Soccer Park. In front of a sold-out, the RailHawks upended the Galaxy with a 2-1 come from behind victory with goals from Tiyi Shipalane and Brian Shriver. In U.S. Open Cup competitions the RailHawks are 11W-1T-4L with 34 goals scored and 17 goals allowed.
To purchase tickets to the RailHawks Third Round match in the 100th Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup against the LA Galaxy on Wednesday, May 29th at WakeMed Soccer Park at 7:00pm, call the St. Lawrence Homes Box Office at 919-459-8144 or e-mail Tickets@CarolinaRailHawks.com.
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