MONTREAL – In the heart of the MLS playoff race, the Montreal Impact announced on Friday that its next game at Stade Saputo, this Saturday at 8pm against the New England Revolution (TVA Sports, 98.5fm,TSN Radio 690), will be played to a sold out crowd of 20,801 spectators, which will be a third consecutive sellout.
The Bleu-blanc-noir will also play its following two games at Stade Saputo. The first is set for Wednesday, September 23 at 8pm against Chicago, which was originally scheduled for April 18, but had been moved due to the team’s Champions League run (original tickets issued for this game will be honoured on Wednesday). IMFC will then face D.C. United on Saturday, September 26 at 5pm. Excellent individual tickets are still available via ticketmaster.ca, to see Didier Drogba, Nacho Piatti and the whole team in person as it pushes for the MLS playoffs.
As of Monday, 2016 season tickets will be available for purchase, at the same prices as in 2015 and starting at just $287, by contacting 514-328-3668.