- Tickets to a San Diego Flash Soccer Club match
- When: 2014 season; see the schedule
- Where: Mira Mesa High School
- Seating: General admission<p>
- $10 for two tickets to any regular-season home game (up to a $20 value)
- $25 for a season pass, which includes up to three Open Cup Qualifier games in March, seven regular-season home games, and any post-season games hosted by the Flash (a $50 value)<p>
The value of this deal is based on regular ticket prices and doesn’t reflect student, senior, or military discounts.
The Scouting Report
The San Diego Flash are led by Fox Soccer TV analyst and international soccer star Warren Barton. When the Flash begin their 2014 season next month, they’ll do so in search of a fourth-straight trip to the playoffs. A tilt against the Santa Clarita Storm on March 22 marks the start of the new National Premier Soccer League campaign. On March 8, the stadium at Mira Mesa High School will also play host to a qualifier match in the 101st edition of the U.S. Open Cup, which is one of the oldest soccer tournaments in the United States. Stringing together victories should be no problem for the San Diego squad, either—at one point last summer, it went seven straight matches without suffering a loss.
San Diego Flash
Founded prior to the 2009 season, the San Diego Flash have made quick work of becoming a perennial contender in the National Premier Soccer League. The team’s history already includes three-straight playoff berths from 2011 through 2013, highlighted by a West-South Conference championship in 2012. Aside from winning, the Flash have also been consistent in showcasing homegrown talent. They make it a point to recruit heavily in San Diego, giving fans of all ages the chance to see hometown stars before they move on to the MLS, the U.S. National team, or to a league held in some billionaire’s living room.