“Oh, my God! Okay, it’s happening!” as The Office meme goes.
Season and single-match tickets are now available to fans.
The frenzy started with Austin FC and Austin Public Health announcing 100% capacity for the first-ever match.
Of course, the biggest Verde fan in political office, Mayor Adler, was in attendance at the press conference to celebrate the event.
“I’m so excited that Austin FC will play in front of a full capacity crowd for its historic first-ever MLS match,” added Mayor of Austin, Steve Adler. “We will soon celebrate major league sports, a new stadium, and how well our community is doing with vaccinations all at the same time. If you are unvaccinated, take your shot and get vaccinated at one of the many available opportunities to lower your risk of contracting COVID.”
Season tickets now available in the app
Digital season tickets were immediately released to season ticket holders in the SeatGeek app at the time of the announcement.
If you’re an Oak Collective season ticket member, simply click “Tickets” in the bottom toolbar of the app to view your tickets for all home games. If SeatGeek is linked to the Austin FC app on your phone, you can also find them handy there.
Before you can access the tickets, everyone in your party will have to complete a COVID-19 survey before entry on gamedays.
Along with your seat assignments, you’ll also see options to sell and send tickets. There’s a 10% service fee charged to the seller for each ticket; the buyer pays additional charges.
Where are season membership seats located?
Season ticket seats make up about 75 percent of the stadium. That’s about 15,500 individual seats (of the 20,500-seat stadium). With the announcement of a full capacity stadium, it means ALL season ticket holders will be able to attend the games in their assigned seats.
It’s been awhile, so here’s a reminder of the different general and supporter seat locations:
- North End
- Northwest Corner
- Northeast Corner
- Supporter Section
- Southwest Corner
- Lower East
- East Terrace
- Lower West
View the seat map below to see these color-coded sections by price point. The gray areas indicate premium or club seats.
You can see the Supporter seats at the South end (sections 101-105). These are safe-standing areas with handrails and fold down seats — similar to what’s installed in LAFC’s stadium.
Single-match tickets for purchase
For all remaining tickets, which we estimate to be 3,000 to 4,000 seats, Oak Collective Waitlist Members get first crack at purchasing for the starting six home matches. Pre-sale to the Waitlist group takes place on Wednesday, May 26.
After that, any remaining tickets go on sale to the general public on Thursday, May 27 at 11 a.m. (CT) at http://austinfc.com.
Transportation options to the game
If you have tickets and are trying to find the best way to get to the stadium, get the scoop here on all your options whether driving, biking, or taking public transportation.