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Detroit City FC season tickets now on sale to public

02/09/2018, 10:00am EST
By Detroit City FC

Season tickets for Detroit City FC's 2018 campaign are now on sale to the public at detcityfcstore.com.

Le Rouge is coming off its most historic season to date – a year that included record crowds at Keyworth Stadium and a Midwest Region championship. 

Similar to last season, DCFC is once again offering tiered season ticket package options.

The Gold Card season ticket is a premium ticket option which grants entry to every 2018 DCFC home match and event (including playoff matches and U.S. Open Cup matches), premium midfield seating at Keyworth Stadium, priority entry to the stadium, as well as full-season parking at Veterans Park and a 2018 DCFC scarf.

The Gold Card season ticket will cost $180.

Supporters also have the option of purchasing the City Card, a season ticket pass which grants general admission access to 12 Detroit City FC home matches, including all six of DCFC’s National Premier Soccer League regular season home matches and six friendlies at Keyworth Stadium.

Two of City's six friendlies will be international matches. View the 2018 schedule here

The City Card does not grant entry for home playoff matches or U.S. Open Cup matches.

The City Card is $80, or $95 when purchased with the 2018 City scarf, representing a $10 increase from 2017.

All season tickets will grant entry to DCFC's international friendly matches. 

All season tickets also provide fans with the following benefits: 

  • 5% off DCFC merchandise at the City club shop
  • Ticket exchange - Email tickets@detcityfc.com up to 48 hours before a City home match to receive a digital or paper ticket that can be used at the gate on matchday
  • Priority access to 2018 playoff match tickets
  • Season ticket holder appreciation nights (details and dates will be released at a later date)

Single match tickets will go on sale on March 1 and will start at $10.

With only two months until DCFC's first home preseason game against Western Michigan University, don't wait to secure your spot for what will be another historic year for Detroit soccer.

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