In an exclusive interview with Magic City Soccer, Miami FC CEO Michael Williamson confirmed the club’s repopulation plan for the 2021 season. Fans will be back in attendance for the July 17th fixture against in-state rivals the Tampa Bay Rowdies for the first time in 616 days. Williamson outlined what to expect and the cost to attend the remaining nine home games in the 2021 season on Episode 93 which you can list to by clicking here.
Season ticket packages for the 2021 home season will be $180 for adults and $90 for kids. The price breaks down to $20 and $10 per game respectively. Packages will be on sale beginning Wednesday June 23rd according to Williamson. Supporters section tickets will be slightly cheaper with the stand now being on the west end of the stadium. Yes, that is correct, the supporters section will now be in the beer garden.
Williamson confirmed that the season ticket package will be the best value for those wishing to attend Miami FC games in the 2021 season. “We understand that it is important to the community as well. We wanted to price ourselves at a rate that was reasonable and that the average family of four can come out and enjoy it” said Williamson regarding the package.
Should the club make the USL post-season and host a home match, those who purchase a package will be given early access for playoff tickets. In addition, the club will offer season ticket holders access to the field for pre-game warmups so fans can watch their favorite players get ready for the match up close.
Magic City Soccer will update this story as more information is provided by the Miami FC about the repopulation.