The Canadian Soccer Association today announced the pricing for the three World Cup Qualifying games to be held in Toronto, and it's really very reasonable, so well done to them for that. Tickets go on sale Monday August 8th, for individual games or you can buy a pack for all 3 games, which gives you a 15% discount, as well as 30% off on select merchandise at the stadium on matchday. The dates of the games are Friday 2 September v St. Lucia; Tuesday 11 October v Puerto Rico; Tuesday 15 November v St. Kitts and Nevis. Prices range from $20 to $75, as follows:
$50 122, 124
$30 120, 121, 125, 126, 107, 108
$25 119, 127, 104, 105, 106, 109, 110, 111
$20 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118
That means a couple of things, it seems that unless there's some sort of extraordinary demand, they'll be blocking off the 200 level of the West stand, but most importantly it means theres a lot of very affordable seats, so the affordability excuse can be thrown out of the window.
Canadian supporters section tickets (which I can highly recommend) will be sold through the Red Patch Boys, U-Sector and Voyageurs, and the rest through ticketmaster. I'll be posting links when tickets go on sale (check the left sidebar for articles and ticket links), but that's the basic information, so over the weekend make up your mind if you want to go (I'll answer that one for you, yes, yes you do) and then convince as many friends as you can to come with you.