ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (January 26, 2018) — The Tampa Bay Rowdies have introduced a six-game flex plan that gives fans the chance to purchase discounted tickets to six matches of their choice during the regular season. The club also announced on Friday that individual match tickets are now on sale.
Purchasing full season tickets is the ultimate way to take in all the action at Al Lang Stadium, but the six-game flex plan is also a fantastic way to experience what is promising to be another record-breaking season for the Rowdies.
Six-game flex plans start as low as $129 for adults ($63.78 for students and military) and if purchased early enough, fans may secure the same seats for all six matches.
Six-game flex plans are available by calling (727) 222-2000 or clicking here.
For individual match tickets, fans can call (727) 222-2000 or click here.
The action begins with a can’t-miss home opener on Saturday, March 24 against Bethlehem Steel FC. The opening match historically sells out, so fans are urged to get their tickets early!
Other can’t-miss matches include:
April 21 vs Real Monarchs SLC: Tampa Bay will host a Western Conference team for the first time, welcoming the defending Regular Season Champions from Salt Lake City.
June 9 vs Nashville SC: Former Rowdies goalkeeper Matt Pickens makes his eagerly-awaited return to Al Lang Stadium for the first time with his new team.
July 4 vs Toronto FC II: An old tradition returns for the first time since 2015 when the Rowdies host a home match on Independence Day. Stay after the match to enjoy fireworks with a great view from the field.
July 7 vs Louisville City FC: The defending USL Champions visit Al Lang for the first and only time in 2018. The Rowdies beat Louisville 2-0 in St. Pete last season.
July 21 vs Indy Eleven: The Rowdies will reunite with Indy, welcoming a former foe to Al Lang Stadium once more.
August 11 vs North Carolina FC: North Carolina FC, formerly known as the Carolina RailHawks, pays its first visit to St. Pete since 2016.
August 25 vs FC Cincinnati: The Rowdies welcome FC Cincinnati and former striker Tommy Heinemann to Al Lang Stadium. Tampa Bay has beaten FC Cincinnati in all three of its previous visits by a combined score of 6-0.