Boston Breakers Hosting Playoffs at Harvard

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Get Your Boston Breaker Playoff Tickets

We are pretty excited that the Boston Breakers have made it to the Women’s Professional Soccer Playoff and even more so since they have brought us their first home playoff game. Tickets are on sale for next Thursday’s game that will be played in the new Soldiers Field Soccer Stadium at Harvard.
As exciting as it is that the Boston Breakers are in the playoffs on home turf many fans may have to watch at home on the Fox Soccer Channel since seating is very limited.  At least that is what the Women’s Professional Soccer site state on their schedule.  So at the very least you should be able to catch it on FSC.

So now that we know we should be able to see the game let’s move to those that want to attempt getting tickets.  According to an email I received today:

Capacity at Soldiers Field Soccer Stadium is to only 3,000 tickets. Tickets are now on sale and selling quickly.

Soldiers Field Soccer Stadium has 1,000 bleacher seats and 2,000 standing room tickets, which will allow access to the grass berms and paved viewing pavilions that surround the field on three sides. There are also 100 Pitch Side seats, which are seated at field level.

Click below to purchase online or call the Breakers sales department at 781-251-2100 to place your order with a helpful Breakers ticket salesperson.

If the tickets are sold out they will be given on a first come/first call basis.  I believe the assumption is that they will be tallying up the ticket sales after today so call in quickly to improve your chances.  I have also heard that season ticket holders are getting a first shot at the Pitch Side seats so odd are those might already be sold out.

It has been an exciting 2010 season for the Boston Breakers and their fans.  Whether they win or lose in the playoffs or championship this season has surely increased their fans.  My kids have definitely enjoyed the opportunity to see professional level soccer so close to us.  The Thursday night game will be tough for them to watch but hopefully I will be able to record it for them.

Good Luck Breakers!!

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