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Only 14 ground level Pitch side seats will be available. Included with these tickets are access to the Sakura Seat lounge, where free drinks and food will be served, and special gifts. Due to a dynamic price system, prices will fluctuate regularly. Be sure to check the most recent prices.
Please note that photography and video are not allowed in this seat.
SAKURA SEAT: Sakura Seat’s are single game season seats. Included with these tickets is access to the Sakura Seat lounge, where free drinks and food will be served.
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The sport is also growing rapidly in the US after David Beckham's infamous move to LA Galaxy in 2007 and more recently in economic giants India and China. The latter has set a target of winning the World Cup before 2050. Speaking of the World Cup, after the successes of the 2002 Japan/South Korea and 2010 South Africa tournaments the organisers have expanded the tournament to 48 teams - thus allowing the festival of football to branch out from it's European and South American roots. So if you're looking for football tickets, make sure you regularly check StubHub for Football tickets.