Sources: Two Issues Remain Before Pistons Move Padres' Preller Discusses Role Going Forward Celtics President Talks '16 Challenges Magic's D-League Site Coming Soon Mara Admits Fault In Josh Brown Situation Dolan, Manfred To Discuss Chief Wahoo Logo Tigers, Phils Adding Baseball Analytics Execs Dombrowski Has No Answers About New GM Dolans Elated With Indians Reaching World Series Vegas NHL President Takes On Unique Task
SBD/August 31, 2012/Franchises
Real Salt Lake On Pace For Record Attendance With Club Drawing Younger Demos
Published August 31, 2012
SHAKING THINGS UP: In San Jose, Elliott Almond noted the MLS Earthquakes on Wednesday announced a "pricing structure for general seating for the proposed 18,000-seat soccer stadium that will begin construction Oct. 21." Tickets will rise "by an average of $1.60 per seat for 95 percent of seating in the new stadium." The club will not require a PSL for season tickets. Prices range from $20-130 "for fans who are not season-ticket holders," and most seats are being offered for $25-55. The stadium will "feature a midfield club with 500 seats that include a season parking pass and an invitation to future events." The Earthquakes also "plan to feature a 1,400-person supporters' section with a private clubhouse" (SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS, 8/30).