Detroit City FC has announced that it has sold out of the Red Card, a pass good for the nine home soccer matches to be held at Cass Tech High School field in downtown Detroit. The card sold for $50, or $65 with a 2015 season scarf.
Season ticket packages debuted for sale on November 28, 2014. It took them 89 days to sell out.
“The historic demand for season tickets not only shows the passion for soccer in Detroit but the entrenched love that has grown for this club in just four years,” co-owner Alex Wright said.
The team sold 20 percent more season tickets for the 2015 season than the 2014 season. Season tickets account for more than half of the capacity of Cass Tech, with single game tickets and group sales accounting for the remainder.
Individual single game tickets will be made available online starting on March 5.
Given the interest in the season ticket card, it is likely that each home game will sell out in advance, and pre-purchasing is strongly recommended.
Group tickets also remain available. For more information about group tickets, contact general manager Donovan Powell at email@example.com.
Founded in 2012, Detroit City FC has assembled a team that has gone undefeated at home in the regular season for two straight years, and built a reputation as one of the nation’s great minor league soccer organizations. They led the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) in attendance with over 24,000 attendees over eight matches at Cass Tech during the 2014 season. Le Rouge will begin their fourth season on April 18, 2015 at Hurley Field in Berkley, with an exhibition against Saginaw Valley St. University. All remaining matches will take place at Cass. Stay tuned for further details, announcements and events as the season approaches.