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Kansas City NWSL Opens Season Ticket Deposits Today

February 19, 2021 - National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) - Kansas City News Release

KANSAS CITY - Kansas City fans will have the chance to claim a spot in line for Inaugural Season Tickets beginning at 10:00 a.m. CT today. The team will open Season Ticket Membership deposits for the 2021 season to the general public, via the team's website. Founding Members enjoyed early access yesterday, with nearly 2,000 seats being selected under deposit.

"The response from the community has been tremendous so far," said Co-Founder and Owner Chris Long, "Our team has some of the best players in the world and we can't wait to create a match-day environment that equals the talent on the pitch."

Fans can make a deposit for up to eight (8) Season Ticket Memberships. Deposits will be available for General Admission Seating, Reserved Seating and Premium Seating. General Admission Season Ticket Memberships include the opportunity to select your specific section. Reserved Seating Season Ticket Memberships allow you to select your section and seat location, while Premium Season Ticket Memberships include section and seat location as well as additional amenities and benefits.

General Admission Season Ticket Membership deposits are $50 per account. Reserved Seating Season Ticket Membership deposits are $75 per account and Premium Seating Season Ticket Membership deposits are $100 per account. Details about Season Ticket Membership deposits can be found on the team's website.

The team will play its Inaugural Season at Legends Field, formerly T-Bones Stadium. The league's preseason begins April 9 with the NWSL Challenge Cup, followed by the regular season beginning May 15.

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