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Date set for sale of tickets to USA-Honduras qualifer

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Tickets for the U.S. national team's home World Cup qualifier against Honduras on June 6th will go on sale on March 14th, U.S. Soccer announced on Tuesday. The qualifier, set for Soldier Field in Chicago, will be the U.S. national team's fourth of the Hexagonal Round of qualifying.

Tickets go on sale at 11am on March 14th. Visa will offer an Advanced Ticket Sale to card holders on March 12th at

Advance tickets range from $25 to $150.

The match will be the U.S. national team's first at Soldier Field since its memorable 4-2 loss to Brazil in 2007.

Do you plan on attending this match? Think this could be one of the U.S. team's toughest qualifiers? Share your thoughts on USA-Honduras below.


  1. Finally a game that’s near me and fits my schedule…Hell yeah I’m going. I know it sounds silly but I’m afraid I wont get tickets ’cause I don’t have VISA. I have terrible luck so I can see it happening. I worry too much.

  2. If you have never seen a game at Soldier Field you need to go. Get seats in the club section with Access to the CAdillac Club and enjoy. I have seen England and Brazil in Chicago and they were great trips. Easy access from Midway on the train. I will not go to this one being the only 2 games I have seen from Soldier field have been loses. I won’t jinx them!

  3. I’ll be there! I bet we struggle to fill half of that place. I went to the qualifier at Toyota Park last year against T&T, and it didn’t even sell out. We’ll see though.

  4. I WANNA GO!!!!

    but this recession is kicking my ass. I may not have a job by the summer, and my wife is enjoying her time as a receptionist, making millions of dollars.

    So we may have to use our taxes, and get a second job delivering newspapers, to make it to this game.

  5. I’ll be at all home qualifiers except the one in Salt Lake City. It should be a great atmosphere on a warm June night in Chicago.

  6. Ives,

    If you had checked TicketMaster about a week ago you would have already known all of this then. They already had every onsale date (including presales) listed. No offense but you were really late with this one.

  7. At Frank: I think that SF was chosen to maximize attendance due to its central location. With a Fire game the night before, USSF may have been concerned not as many average fans would go out again.

    Also, the USA Eagles are playing a friendly at TP on the 6th.

    At Casey: The March 10th pre-sale is probably the US Soccer Fans pre-sale because that normally happens 1-2 days b4 the VISA presale. You can sign up for free at

  8. As someone who drove 7 hours to see the 2001 debacle at RFK, I have one message.

    If you support the US and live within 5 hours of Soldier Field, you better get your butt to Chicago for the game.

  9. i don’t get it, why not play where the fire play. are they going to get that many fans to fill up soldier feild? is chicago home to a lot of hondurans? mls builds these stadiums and then they get passed up for the nfl stadiums again. sorry, maybe i’m missing something. i figured in toyota park it be more intimate and a better feel over all.

  10. I know its off topic, but i’m going to the Fulham match tomorrow night, and was wondering if anyone knows of american friendly pubs near the stadium?

    And i’m planning on being in chicago for the match.


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