Chattanooga Red Wolves SC Opens Ticket Deposits

Monday, October 22, 2018

Chattanooga Red Wolves Soccer Club opened ticket deposits on Monday for its inaugural 2019 season of professional play in USL League One. Deposits ensure soccer fans get to pick their preferred seats early for group, season and individual tickets. By placing a deposit, fans will also have access to priority seating for the new soccer-specific stadium being built for the 2020 season.

 

“Opening ticket deposits today is an exciting step in our ramp up to the Chattanooga Red Wolves SC debut,” said Sean McDaniel, the club’s president and general manager.

“Fans who place deposits today are securing their favorite seats for our first season and ensuring they’re first in line for the new stadium, where families, fans and our community will enjoy years of professional soccer.”

 

For fans interested in season tickets, the club will convert deposits for the 2019 season after Dec. 3 and will distribute information on price and seating options before then. Season ticket holders in 2019 set their priority for seating at the new soccer-specific stadium.

 

In addition, season ticket holders receive the best seats at the best price, exclusive invites to select events, merchandise discounts, an exclusive merchandise item, access to presales for additional tickets like playoffs and the ability to transfer tickets to family, friends and colleagues if unable to attend a game.

 

Fans can reserve their spot in line starting today by placing a $25 deposit for season, individual or group tickets at https://chattanooga-red-wolves-sc.myshopify.com/.

 

Chattanooga Red Wolves SC will play its inaugural season at Chattanooga Christian School’s David Stanton Field, while building a stadium for 2020.


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