How to get the most out of Orlando Pride tickets at Hampton University
It’s easy to find the cheapest ticket to the Pride’s game against the Stony Brook University women’s soccer team on Sunday, but you have to look for one at the very least.
Hampton University tickets are available for just $35 a pop.
That’s less than half the price of the cheapest tickets on StubHub, but that’s not a bad deal for a match against the University of Central Florida.
Hamptons attendance has grown each year since its inception, and it has been growing exponentially since the team was purchased in 2013 by the University Foundation.
The Pride’s home opener against the Jacksonville Armada on Sunday is the second time the Pride have played at Hampton.
This is the first time Orlando has played at the facility.
Hammond University’s campus is about 45 minutes from Orlando.
It is a relatively large city of about 5.6 million people.
Hammonds enrollment was approximately 9,000 as of December 2016.
The Pride have had to play at Hampton for the last three years.
The last time Orlando played at a non-Hampton venue was in January 2018 when the Orlando City Soccer Club defeated Hampton.
Orlando is 0-3-1 all-time at Hampton, which has not played in the Pride Cup.
Hammerly’s tickets are also cheaper than those of the Jacksonville-based team.
The cheapest ticket on Stubhub is $35, which is a fraction of the $80 a pop price for the team’s home games.
Hamilton has also hosted the Pride for the past two seasons, which makes it a prime choice for the match.
Hammons fans are also getting an early look at the Pride, as the Pride are hosting the St. Patrick’s Day game against St. Mary’s University at the stadium in mid-May.
Hammington has hosted the Orlando Pride twice before, when the team played in 2017.
This year, the Pride will host St. Petersburg in 2018.
Hammens schedule for 2017 was released on Friday.
Hammers home games against the U.S. Women’s National Team, including the Women’s World Cup, have drawn a crowd of over 100,000 since it was founded in 2012.