Columbus Crew - LAFC: How much are tickets for the MLS Cup Final?
Lower.com Field in Columbus, Ohio hosts the 2023 MLS Cup on Saturday, with 2022 winners LAFC the visitors.
The MLS season finale is almost upon us, with Columbus Crew and LAFC set to fight it out for the 2023 MLS Cup at Lower.com Field in Ohio on Saturday.
The Crew and LAFC both recent MLS Cup winners
Both teams have already got their hands on the trophy in the past, with the most recent of the The Crew’s two titles coming in 2020. The Californians, meanwhile, will be bidding to become only the fourth team to win back-to-back MLS Cups following their dramatic triumph over Philadelphia Union in 2022.
There doesn’t appear to be a clear favourite for the tie, with home advantage seemingly a point in favour for Wilfried Nancy’s side, although Steve Cherundolo’s team contains many of the players who have experience of winning the competition only 12 months ago. Of the 14 men who appeared in the 2020 MLS Cup for The Crew, only veteran defender Josh Williams and young midfielder Aidan Morris are still at the club.
How can I buy tickets for the MLS Cup final?
The clash at Lower.com Field on Saturday will inevitably be a sell-out, with almost all tickets already snapped up.
However, fans of both Columbus Crew and LAFC who wish to attend the MLS Cup Final and are not season ticket holders with home team can still purchase tickets via Ticketmaster, the MLS’ official ticketing partner, who have a limited number available.
Any interested parties must create an account and join a virtual queue on the website, after which tickets can be bought provided there is still availability, with those remaining expected to sell quickly.
What are the cheapest and most expensive tickets available?
At the time of writing, the cheapest single ticket available costs $522 for the standing section, with the most expensive priced at $9,999. A number of others are also available either side of the $1,000 mark.