Orlando City Soccer announces full capacity seating at Exploria Stadium starting in June

ORLANDO, Fla. — Exploria Stadium announced Monday it will open to full capacity in June.

According to a news release, beginning with the Pride’s June 20 match against NJ/NY Gotham FC and Orlando City’s home game against the San Jose Earthquakes on June 22, all seats in the stadium will be available, subject to the NWSL’s and MLS’ respective current rules and guidelines.

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“Over the last year, our fans have been incredible in taking the necessary steps to keep our community as safe as possible so we can eventually bring Exploria Stadium back to the full capacity and, today, we’re excited to announce that that moment has arrived,” Orlando City SC CEO Alex Leitão said. “With the rates of vaccinations growing each day across Central Florida, as well as the continued safety protocols in place from both our local authorities, MLS and the NWSL, we can’t wait to welcome a full stadium of supporters back to our beautiful venue to cheer on our teams.”

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The release states most season ticket holders will have access to their originally selected seats. Select seats located near player areas, such as benches and the competition tunnel, will not be available due to league COVID-19 protocols.

Health and safety protocols will remain in place for all City and Pride matches. In addition, the Club will also continue to operate in accordance with both the MLS and NWSL medical protocols.

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Beginning Friday, May 21, single-game tickets for all regular-season matches from June on will be available to the general public.