COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (Friday, September 27, 2013) – Tickets for potential Colorado Rapids MLS Cup Playoff matches will go on sale next week, with Rapids Season Ticket Holders having first access and special rates during a presale starting on Monday, September 30. Tickets for the postseason will open to the general public on Thursday, October 3. Fans can purchase tickets by calling 303-825-GOAL or visiting www.ColoradoRapids.com.
Schedule for Rapids 2013 MLS Cup Playoff Ticket Sales
As the 2014 season draws to a close, the Colorado Rapids will look to end the campaign on a high. With a young core in place, the Rapids are poised to make a lot of noise in the 2015 season and you don’t want to miss a minute of the action.
As the 2014 season draws to a close, the Colorado Rapids are embroiled in a tough battle on the field, with hopes of moving into playoff position. With a young core in place, the Rapids are poised to make a lot of noise in the 2015 season and you don’t want to miss a minute of the action.
Renew your season membership by the early-bird deadline on Sunday, September 14 to receive reduced blackout dates for the 2015 season. That means you can take advantage of our exchange program for any game in 2015, excluding July 4th and Memorial Day weekend.
Without a MLS match since suffering a fifth straight loss to LA Galaxy last Wednesday, the Colorado Rapids were forced to sit back and watch events unfold this weekend as Western Conference rivals played their games in hand.
Vancouver Whitecaps were three points and two places ahead of the Rapids heading into the weekend, with two games in hand. Portland Timbers were one place and one point clear of the Rapids, having played one game less.
Richard Fleming and Marcelo Balboa have one more duty to perform for Rapids Report before 2013 can be consigned to the annals of club history.
The pair will host a special ‘Review of the Year’, which premiered on Altitude on Saturday, November 16, with re-runs scheduled through December 5.
Real Salt Lake 0, LA Galaxy 1 (Thurs, Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. MT on ESPN 2)
And so we move to Thursday’s action, and two intriguing contests, starting with this little gem just across the way in Utah.
For all their star-spangled, twinkle-toed huffing and puffing the two-times defending champions LA Galaxy managed just the one goal in California at the weekend, but it was a beauty, rifled in by Sean Franklin.
New York Red Bulls 2 Houston Dynamo 2 (Wednesday, Nov. 6 at 6 p.m. MT, Univision Deportes, MLS Direct Kick, and MLS Live)
In what was a closely-fought regular season, the Red Bulls clinched the Supporters’ Shield with the fifth lowest points-per-game tally in MLS history.
Their first foray into the 2013 Playoffs continued in the same vein. This one is tense, tight and tantalizingly poised ahead of the second leg inside Red Bull Arena.
MLS LIVE note: We have relaxed the normal U.S. national TV blackout policies. If MLS LIVE is listed as an option, it means the national blackout rule was lifted and the service will be available to fans watching in the U.S. (local blackout may apply and are listed below).
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And that, everybody is that …
The 2013 season abruptly ended on a drizzly night in Seattle on Wednesday, and left me with the feeling of being asked to leave a party just as it was getting going. We’re now standing out in the street, only able to watch from afar as the rest of the revelers party on.
Vicente Sanchez only arrived in Colorado in the late summer, but his ability and experience quickly made him a central part of the Rapids stretch run to the MLS Cup Playoffs.
The Uruguayan's leadership and desire to contribute was never more evident than Wednesday night, when he played the second half against Seattle with a fractured bone in his right shoulder.