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FC Tucson: Section 104 now open to public

Tucson, AZ (Tuesday, July 22, 2014) - Today, FC Tucson announced that section 104, originally reserved for season ticket holders, is now open to the public for this weekend's PDL Western Conference semifinals and finals. Tickets are just $11 and can be purchased at FCTucson.com. Section 104 is not general admission seating and only fans with tickets for the section will be allowed to sit in it. Fans are encouraged to print their tickets at home and to have them with them when they arrive at the stadium. Fans are also encouraged to park on the South side of Kino Sports Complex because parking will be limited.

"Tickets sales for this weekend are excellent and we're quickly running out of room," said FC Tucson Chief Business Officer Chris Keeney. "These are some of the best seats in the house and we encourage anyone who hasn't purchased a ticket yet to buy right now."

This Friday, July 25, FC Tucson will play the Vancouver Whitecaps U23s at 8 p.m. Prior to that match, Kitsap Pumas will play Ventura County Fusion in the other Western Conference semifinal. One ticket gets fans in for both matches. The Western Conference Championship match will be Saturday, July 26 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets for both nights are available at FCTucson.com

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