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January 19, 2023 – National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL)San Diego Wave FC News Release

SAN DIEGO, Calif. – San Diego Wave Fútbol Club season tickets for 2023, the club’s first full-season at Snapdragon Stadium, are available for purchase. Fans can now guarantee their seats for all of Wave FC’s home matches in 2023.

With tickets starting at just $20 per game, 2023 season ticket memberships are the way to secure the best possible seats, pricing and exclusive events for the Wave’s season. There are a number of options available to fans including premium, all-inclusive food and beverage packages or supporter section tickets to cheer on the team alongside some of the most passionate fútbol fans in San Diego.

All existing season ticket members have previously been sent a renewal notice via email with a link to their account manager.

Season ticket members will receive a number of exclusive and valuable benefits including:

Entrance to 14 home games (11 regular season and three Challenge Cup)

Access to exclusive season ticket member only events

Fan friendly payment plans with no interest

Annual season ticket member gift

Merchandise discounts online and in-venue

Priority access to purchase playoff tickets

Private VIP entrance at Snapdragon Stadium

The NWSL announced in November the competition framework for the league’s 11th season, featuring a 176-game schedule and the fourth installment of the newly formatted NWSL Challenge Cup. The 2023 regular season kickoff is slated for Saturday, March 25, and consists of a balanced 22-game schedule. The full league schedule will be released at a later date.

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