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Sold out crowd anticipated for the USA-Mexico game

We are one day away from the biggest rivalry in CONCACAF that will be played between the USMNT and Mexico at the TQL stadium.

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Sold out crowd anticipated for the USA-Mexico game
Christopher HanewinckelUSA TODAY Sports

The United States men’s national team will host Mexico at the TQL stadium in Cincinnati for matchday seven of the World Cup qualifiers in CONCACAF. Historically this match-up is played in Columbus, but since the last time they faced each other there ‘El Tri’ defeated the USMNT 2-1 back in the World Cup qualifiers of 2016.

How much are tickets?

According to multiple reports, the game at the TQL stadium is sold out and it will be the first time that the venue hosts such an important game. Fans are traveling from all over the country and media from across the world will be present for the game between Mexico and the USMNT on 12 November.

"Thanks to our new stadium and our amazing soccer fan base, U.S. Soccer selected Cincinnati for the biggest match every four years - not the biggest match of the year - every four years, USA/Mexico in America... the biggest soccer match, and it's coming this Friday to Cincinnati," says Jeff Berding, general manager of FC Cincinnati.

According to research from AS USA, the ticket prices range from $245 to $1,590 and Ticketmaster has 47 tickets left for the game on 12 November. They are selling out at very expensive prices and the tickets have an average price point of $688.00.


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