- $7 for one general-admission ticket ($10 value)
- Available dates: two semi-final matches on Friday, November 6, at 5:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. or the championship match on Sunday, November 8, at noon
- Note: Teams and seeds have yet to be decided; click here for more information.
- Click to view the venue layout
Kids 18 and under admitted free.
The Scouting Report
In November, the ACC’s top four women’s soccer programs will converge on Cary to punctuate what has been yet another extremely competitive season. Though the seeds and teams have yet to be determined, the reigning two-time champion Florida State Seminoles should headline the field followed by a combination of teams that could include Virginia Tech, North Carolina, and Virginia—who the Noles topped last season in both the ACC Championship and the College Cup title game.
Fans, meanwhile, can reap the benefits of the conference’s parity by marveling at a parade of star players. Though the Seminoles are once again setting the pace in the standings, this season has been defined by some incredible individual performances: Boston College’s McKenzie Meehan and Virginia Tech’s Murielle Tiernan, for instance, lead the ACC with a dozen goals apiece, and Syracuse’s Courtney Brosnan has recorded a conference-best 66 saves, proving not all goalies need to lay down traffic spikes to stop the ball.