- $10 for one ticket in section 121, 122, 128, or 129 ($18.15 value)
- The first 2,000 fans to arrive receive a Scorpions/Toyota foam wand
- Dollar Night. Enjoy $1 hot dogs, $1 soft drinks, and $1 popcorn, while supplies last.
- Click here to view the seating chart
The Scouting Report
As the Scorpions dribble deeper into their fall season, forward Omar Cummings appears to be getting stronger with each passing match. The 33-year-old veteran, who led the Colorado Rapids to an MLS Cup in 2010, has the second-most goals in the NASL with 10. A pair of those goals came on August 8 against the Atlanta Silverbacks, who will visit Toyota Field on September 26 for a match that could shake up the playoff picture. With just over a month left in the regular season, both the Scorpions and Silverbacks are fighting for a shot at the playoffs and a certificate that reads “Coolest Animal-Themed Team Name.” As the reigning champs, though, the Scorpions are also fighting for a chance to defend their crown.
San Antonio Scorpions
Founded in 2010, the San Antonio Scorpions wasted no time digging their pincers into the North American Soccer League standings; in 2012, they finished first overall and advanced to the semi-finals. Two years later, they claimed their first league championship. Yet despite their quick success on the pitch, the Scorpions have arguably made a bigger impact off of it: all profits from the team’s operations go toward funding Morgan’s Wonderland, a colorful amusement park in Longhorn Quarry designed for people with (and without) special needs.
The idea stems from team owner, businessman, and philanthropist Gordon Hartman, who builds support for Morgan’s Wonderland via the Scorpions’ “Soccer for a Cause” program. In 2012, the team’s efforts were noticed by Toyota, who committed to sponsoring a new stadium. Completed for the 2013 season, the result of that commitment currently boasts a seating capacity of 8,000, with plans to expand to as large as 18,000, so long as fan support continues to grow and the chair saplings take root in the concrete.