Soccer, like the metric system, is full of merit and is immensely popular abroad. Witness a global phenomenon without needing a ruler thanks to today’s Groupon: for $10, you get one stadium-reserved ticket (a $25 value) to a Kansas City Wizards soccer match. As a bonus, the first 500 Groupon buyers that order tickets for either match and own a posterior will receive a Wizards seat cushion. To redeem tickets and get your seat cushion, you can either take your Groupon to the team business office at 210 W. 19th Terrace or pick them up at will call on the day of the match.
Choose from the following matches:
- vs. New England Revolution, Saturday, August 21, 2010, at 7:30 p.m.
- vs. Seattle Sounders FC, Saturday, October 9, 2010, at 7:30 p.m.
Fresh from a rousing 2-1 triumph over international powerhouse Manchester United in front of a rowdy crowd on July 25, the Kansas City Wizards return to CommunityAmerica Ballpark, psyched and ready to out-maneuver its Major League Soccer opponents with fleet-footed grace. Goalkeeper Jimmy Nielsen has notched a bevy of shutouts this season, while the nimble footwork and torpedo accuracy of top scorer Kei Kamara has helped the skillful squad of international footballers stay unbeaten for four straight matches as they strive to dominate the Eastern Conference standings. Plop a lucky tush atop the complimentary seat cushion in stadium-reserved seating, where you can enjoy a scenic view of the painted superfans and their vuvuzela symphony orchestra in The Cauldron. Bellow loudly as the hometown band of cunning, high-flying athletes coats the immaculate grass canvas with zigzag patterns of athletic art before your eyes. You may buy up to 10 tickets with today's Groupon, so feel free to treat equally fanatical friends to a contest of who can shout the word "Goal!" the longest.
Now more than halfway through their 15th season, the Kansas City Wizards will play out their final matchups at CommunityAmerica Ballpark before migrating to the comfortable grass of their own brand-new stadium in the summer of 2011. The as-yet-unnamed field will fuse the finest attributes of European and South American turfs with modern amenities of United States stadia, including referees in spurs and HD hamburgers.
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