Ticket sales to the general public begin at 10 a.m. Tuesday for the Sunday, Nov. 9 second leg of the Western Conference semifinals at a time to be determined.
Here’s more from the Galaxy press release:
MLS Cup Playoff strips are also currently on sale to all fans and include tickets to all three potential home games that the Galaxy play throughout the entirety of the 2014 MLS Cup Playoffs, including MLS Cup. Purchasing a strip is currently the only way to guarantee a seat for MLS Cup should the Galaxy host the game at StubHub Center on December 7.
Since the start of the 2009 season, the Galaxy have hosted 12 playoff games in Carson, including MLS Cup 2011 and 2012. In those 12 games, the Galaxy are 10-2-0 while they are 26-5-1 all-time in home playoff games.
The Galaxy also announced Wednesday that only a “limited’ number of tickets remain for the Sunday, Oct. 19 game against the Seattle Sounders. It’s the club’s final home game of the season.
A now-retired former teammate has joined other female commentators blasting U.S. Soccer for allowing goalkeeper Hope Solo to keep playing while domestic abuse allegations remain unresolved.
Coach Jill Ellis, meanwhile, essentially punted when asked about Solo today in a conference call with reporters to discuss the roster:
“I’ve had a lot of thought and discussion within U.S. Soccer and certainly we acknowledge these are very serious issues,” Ellis said. “But after careful thought and consideration, we determined to stand by our decision to let the legal process play out and have Hope remain with the team.”
The column appeared Monday in USA Today and in emails circulated to media outlets. Read it after the jump.