- $22.50 for one corner-section ticket, a T-shirt, and a post-game shot on goal (up to $45 value)
- $45 for two corner-section tickets, two T-shirts, and a post-game shot on goal for each person (up to $90 value)
- $90 for four corner-section tickets, four T-shirts, and a post-game shot on goal for each person (up to $180 value)
- Available games: Saturday, September 12, at 7 p.m. (Carolina RailHawks); Saturday, September 19, at 7 p.m. (New York Cosmos); and Saturday, October 3, at 7 p.m. (Tampa Bay Rowdies)
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Consistent. That’s probably the best word to describe Minnesota United FC this season. The team finished the NASL spring session tied for third in points, and during the current fall session, they’re tied for third again—but within striking distance of the first-place Ottawa Fury. Now, with less than two months remaining in the regular season, the club will attempt to ride its season-long momentum into the playoffs. Forward Christian Ramirez figures to play a huge role in that plan. He leads all scorers with eight goals, making him a bigger threat to opposing goalies than a net made of rattlesnakes.
Minnesota United FC
When the North American Soccer League was reborn in 2011, Minnesota stepped up to claim the resurgent league's first championship since 1984. Then dubbed the Stars, the team changed names in 2012, becoming the Minnesota United FC and making a second consecutive appearance in the NASL title game. As the NASL matures, Minnesota looks to remain on top without resorting to any cheap tricks such as replacing the ball with a greased melon.