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Tickets Now Available in Supporters Section for U.S. Men’s National Team Match Against Canada in Toronto on June 3

The U.S. supporters section will be in the north end of BMO Field.

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Clint Dempsey

IN THE IMAGE: The U.S. and Canada last met in the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup, where the U.S. won 2-0 with goals from Clint Dempsey and Jozy Altidore.

CHICAGO (April 12, 2012) – Tickets in the U.S. supporters section for the U.S. Men’s National Team game against Canada are now available for purchase.

Tickets in the U.S. supporters section will be available for purchase online through Ticketmaster until Saturday, June 2, at 11:59 p.m. ET. Fans must enter the password
USA in order to access tickets in the U.S. supporters section.

Tickets in this section will be $30 USD plus applicable service charges. U.S. supporters looking to purchase tickets at other prices/locations should
purchase tickets online through Ticketmaster by visiting the Canadian Soccer Association website.

The USA will kick off against Canada at 7 p.m. ET in the teams’ first match on Canadian soil since 1997 and will be part of the Centenary celebrations
for the Canada Soccer Association. The match will be broadcast live on NBC Sports Network and fans can also follow along via ussoccer.com’s
MatchTracker and Twitter @ussoccer.

Following the game in Toronto, the U.S. Men will return home for FIFA World Cup Qualifying.  The U.S. opens play in Tampa, Fla., on June 8 against
Antigua and Barbuda in Group A, while Canada travels to face Cuba in Group C.

The U.S. has a 3-6-1 lifetime record in matches in Canada since 1925 and has won the last two meetings between the sides. The most recent visit came on
Nov. 9, 1997, in the final round of qualifying for the 1998 FIFA World Cup. The USA won 3-0 and earned a ticket to France.

Overall, the U.S. is 13-8-9 against Canada, including a 14-game unbeaten streak (8-0-6) since losing 2-0 against Canada on April 2, 1985, in
Vancouver. 

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