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SAN ANTONIO FC LAUNCH PARTIAL SEASON TICKET PACKAGES

By San Antonio FC Communications, 02/15/17, 2:00PM CST

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Eight-Game Packages Starting at Just $96 are On-Sale Now

San Antonio FC today announced that the club’s first-ever partial season ticket packages will go on sale today. The 2017 Red and Black Plans each contain eight matches and start at just $96 per package.

The 2017 Partial Season Black Plan includes the USL home opener on April 1 vs. LA Galaxy II as well as the team’s finale at Toyota Field against RGV FC on Oct. 14. The 2017 Red Plan also offers exciting matches for San Antonio FC this season, including the Oct. 7 matchup against the Tampa Bay Rowdies and the May 6 tilt against former USL champions, Sacramento Republic FC. Partial Season Ticket Members will also receive exclusive benefits, including parking, presale to select Toyota Field events, access to the club newsletter, a personal sales representative and more.

“The introduction of Partial Season Ticket Plans for the upcoming season allows for the further growth of our committed fan base by offering an intermediate option between full season ticket membership and single-game purchases,” said SAFC Managing Director Tim Holt. “While the best way to support SAFC and enjoy all of the associated benefits remains becoming a Full Season Ticket Member, this new option will be a strong alternative for an important segment of our supporters.”

Fans interested in purchasing one of the new San Antonio FC Partial Season Ticket Packages can call the SAFC sales office at 210-444-5MLS or visit SanAntonioFC.com. Full 2017 SAFC season tickets are also still available.

San Antonio FC is currently prepping for its second season in the USL, which is scheduled to kick off on March 26 at RGV FC before the club returns to Toyota Field for its home opener on April 1 vs. LA Galaxy II at 7:30 p.m. Supporters can follow the club by liking San Antonio FC on Facebook, as well as following the team on Twitter (@SanAntonioFC), Instagram (@sanantoniofc) and Snapchat (SanAntonioFC).

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