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Houston Dash Individual Game Tickets on Sale

March 19, 2019 - National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) - Houston Dash News Release

HOUSTON - Single-game tickets for the Houston Dash are on sale now for all 12 regular-season home games, the club announced today.

Tickets for all games start at just $15 and are available online at HoustonDashSoccer.com, by phone at 713-276-4625 (GOAL) and at the BBVA Compass Stadium box office.

For three early-season home matches, including Opening Day, fans can take advantage of a Buy One, Get One ticket offer. The promotion also includes the May 19 home match against the Chicago Red Stars and a June 15 home date against the Orlando Pride.

Later in the season, the Dash will ring in the new school year with a Kids Eat Free offer at a pair of August home matches against Reign FC (Aug. 2) and Sky Blue FC (Aug. 24). Children age 12 and under will receive a free Kids Meal with the purchase of a ticket. Kids Meals include a hot dog, kid-sized popcorn, a kid-sized soda and a cookie.

In their sixth season of competition and first under head coach James Clarkson, the Dash head into the 2019 season with a considerable amount of confidence gained over the last three-plus months of the 2018 season. Houston won eight of their final 15 league matches, a total which was surpassed by only the two NWSL Cup finalists, North Carolina and Portland.

Led by captain Kealia Ohai, forward Rachel Daly, defender Amber Brooks and goalkeeper Jane Campbell, the Dash return many of the core pieces from the 2018 squad. Ohai and Daly have each turned in double-digit goalscoring seasons for the club, while Brooks and Campbell are set to anchor the defense yet again.

The Dash kick off their 2019 NWSL campaign at home on Sunday, April 14 against Reign FC, with kickoff slated for 5 p.m. CDT. Eleven of the team's 12 home matches fall on the weekend, with five slated for Sunday evenings, four on Saturday nights and two Friday night matches.

Following Opening Day, the Dash host the defending NWSL champions North Carolina Courage on Sunday, April 28 at 5 p.m. CDT. Led by United States Women's National Team stars Crystal Dunn and Lynn Williams, the Courage turned in a season for the ages in 2018, going 17-1-6 en route to the league championship.

On Sunday, May 5, the Dash host USWNT captain Alex Morgan and the Orlando Pride at 5 p.m. The Dash won three out of their last four against the Pride, including wins in their last two meetings. Two weeks later, Houston will host the Chicago Red Stars on Sunday, May 19 at 5 p.m.

After an away match and a brief break to celebrate the start of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, the Pride return to Houston on Saturday, June 15 at 7:30 p.m. The 2018 league runners-up, the Portland Thorns, make their lone trip to Houston on Saturday, June 29 in a 7:30 kickoff.

The Red Stars return for a second date at BBVA on Saturday, July 13 at 7:30 p.m.; and after two weeks on the road, the Dash will return home for a date with USWNT legend Carli Lloyd and Sky Blue FC on Sunday, July 28.

August brings the two Kid Eat Free nights as Reign FC returns on Friday, August 2 and Sky Blue makes a second visit on Saturday, August 24 for a 7:30 p.m. kick time before Utah Royals FC visit on Friday, September 13.

The 2019 home slate wraps up on a Wednesday evening, September 25, as the Dash host UWSNT star Mallory Pugh and the Washington Spirit at 7:30 p.m. CST.

Dash full season Memberships start at just $192 and include guaranteed seats to all 12 Dash home matches, as well as exclusive Members-only events and opportunities, such as two bonus Houston Dynamo home matches, the annual Meet the Team Day, Members-only discounts at the Dash Team Store, Members-only Fan Forum calls with Clarkson, first access to international fixtures at BBVA Compass Stadium throughout the year and inclusion in the Dash Member Wall at BBVA Compass Stadium.


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