Jump to content

Roma - Celtic tickets going fast ...


Jarrek

Recommended Posts

good Jarrek hope you enjoy the game should be a beauty.

Rare chance to see teams of that quality.

Imagine soccer and grass in the SKYDOME.WOW!

Cant figure out what the CSA is thinking by not including themselves in this or trying to be negative about it? Makes you shake your head.

I hope this goes off it will be a terrific showcase that TOP class players and TOP class teams can indeed come to Canada and play in a World class stadium on grass

.That should encourage other top class teams,clubs and players to come here and play our boys.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

quote:Originally posted by fan

good Jarrek hope you enjoy the game should be a beauty.

Rare chance to see teams of that quality.

Imagine soccer and grass in the SKYDOME.WOW!

Cant figure out what the CSA is thinking by not including themselves in this or trying to be negative about it? Makes you shake your head.

I hope this goes off it will be a terrific showcase that TOP class players and TOP class teams can indeed come to Canada and play in a World class stadium on grass

.That should encourage other top class teams,clubs and players to come here and play our boys.

Pipe settled the matter for a case of Beer and Fieldturf samples.:)

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Originally posted by Jarrek - 03/31/2004 : 21:48:32</u>

posted March 31 @ 18:48, EST

TORONTO (CP) - Soccer fans snapped up some 25,000 tickets in one day for the exhibition game at SkyDome between Glasgow Celtic and AS Roma, a source said Wednesday.

The July 31 game is the lone Canadian stop on the 2004 ChampionsWorld Series, which also includes European powerhouses Bayern Munich, Chelsea, Liverpool, AC Milan, Porto and Manchester United.

A spokesman for ChampionsWorld in New Jersey said Wednesday that the company does not announce sales figures until events were sold out. He did confirm that the Toronto sales were among the hottest for the series.

A source, however, said 25,000 tickets - almost half of the 53,000 available - were sold Tuesday when tickets went on sale at noon.

The nine-game tour, which runs from July 24 to Aug. 3, also includes stops in Chicago, East Rutherford, N.J., East Hartford, Conn., Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Seattle.

Organizers plan to cover SkyDome's artificial turf with a temporary natural grass pitch. Workers will start installing the grass as soon as the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Yankees wrap up a three-game series July 28.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

×
×
  • Create New...