MONTREAL - The Montreal Impact announced on Tuesday that its game versus the Rapids, scheduled for Saturday, October 10, in Colorado, has been moved up from 9pm ET to 6pm ET (TVA Sports, CJAD 800).
The game was moved due to the Confederation Cup's elimination match between the U.S. and Mexico, set for the same evening.
The Impact plays its next game this Saturday at 8pm, at Stade Saputo, versus the Philadelphia Union, in which Didier Drogba will make his debut in a Bleu-blanc-noir jersey.
A 5-game ticket pack is now available, starting at just $85, and available by calling 514-328-3668, for the final five games of the season at Stade Saputo. Excellent individual tickets are also available via ticketmaster.ca.
The Bleu-blanc-noir, currently making a push for the playoffs, will play its last five home games against Chicago on September 5, New England on September 19, Chicago again on September 23, D.C. United on September 26 and finally versus Toronto FC on October 25.