Get free tickets to April 23 semi-final playoff game thanks to Bond Clinic, Advent Health
LAKELAND, Fla. – Tickets are now available for the Florida Tropics home game in the semi-finals round of the 2021-22 Ron Newman Cup playoffs set for Saturday, April 23 at the RP Funding Center in Lakeland.
And as has been the case all years, team sponsors will be providing free general admission tickets to the game.
The “Tropics Blitz” program – sponsored by Bond Clinic and Advent Health – allows fans to simply pay to park, and then get the same number of free general admission tickets as there are occupants in the vehicle.
Single occupant vehicles will play $10 to park, while vehicles with two to eight persons will pay $20. Larger vehicles with nine or more occupants will pay $30. Fans are encouraged to sign up in advance to take advantage of the offer at https://www.fltropics.com/tropics-blitz since free tickets are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
“We need to pack the house – our fans are so important to us – and our sponsors are allowing us to do just that by providing free tickets to the game,” Coach Clay Roberts said. “The atmosphere at our first home playoff game ever against St. Louis recently was electric, our guys really fed off the energy and emotion of the fans. Our sponsors have recognized that giving families a low-cost option of a great evening of local sports and entertainment during this ongoing pandemic is a way to give back to the community, so there’s no reason fans all across Polk County and Central Florida will come out to cheer us on to a championship.”
Fans that want the best seats guaranteed can also purchase 100 level seats, and 200 level midfield seats for $15 and $10 respectively. Tickets can be purchased through the RP Funding website at www.rpfundingcenter.com.
The Florida Tropics will meet the Kansas City Comets in the Major Arena Soccer League Ron Newman Cup playoff semi-finals; the first game of the series Saturday, April 16 in Kansas City.
The two teams will hook up for Game Two on Saturday, April 23 at the RP Funding Center in Lakeland. Should the teams split the first two games, a 15-minute “mini game” will be held at the conclusion of Game Two on the 23rd to determine who moves on to the MASL championship round.
Kickoff in Kansas City is set for 7 p.m. EDT,. Kickoff in Lakeland on the 23rd will be at 6 p.m. EDT. Both games will be broadcast live on the MASL’s Twitch channel.
It is the second straight season the Tropics have advanced to the MASL semi-finals. Last year, however, games were played in a neutral site bubble because of ongoing pandemic issues. Florida lost in two straight to San Diego in games played in Kansas City, one by one goal and the other in overtime in last year’s semis. The Sockers went on to win the MASL title.
Winners of the Eastern Division, Florida comes in the No. 2 overall seed in the playoffs following an 18-3-2 regular season, while Kansas City took the regular season title in the Midwest Division with a mark of 13-9-1. They are the No. 3 overall seed by virtue of winning their division.
In the other semi-finals matchup, the San Diego Sockers will meet the Chihuahua (Mexico) Savage.