Sporting KC announces theme night schedule for 2022 season

Sporting Kansas City’s 2022 home schedule – announced Wednesday by Major League Soccer – will be highlighted by several of the club’s highly anticipated annual themed games for fans at Children’s Mercy Park.

Season tickets are available for the Sporting 2022 campaign, as well as the following ticket packages and promotions:

Home Opener Pack: Tickets to home opener on March 5 plus two more home games of your choice Marquee Match Pack: Tickets to watch SKC play against LAFC (July 23), LA Galaxy (Aug. 6), Portland (Aug. 21) and Seattle ( October 2) Captain’s Flex Pack: Eight ticket vouchers redeemable for any home game(s) during the 2022 season Summer of Sporting Pack and No Mercy Pack: Launch this Friday at SportingKC.com/tickets/packages-promos

In conjunction with the release of today’s schedule, Sporting has also launched a My Five ticket competition presented by Hollywood Casino for fans to select the five home games they most want to attend in 2022 and for a chance to win tickets to those. five games. Click here for more information and to enter the My Five contest.

April 30 vs. FC Dallas: Retro Night

Two Major League Soccer charter members, Sporting KC and FC Dallas, will headline the Retro Night celebration of the club’s rich history and heritage since its 1996 inaugural season. Retro Night festivities will feature vintage Kansas City merchandise via SportingStyle and an in-stadium throwback experience that turns back the clock for supporters. Tickets for Retro Night go on sale on Thursday, December 16 through SeatGeek.com.

may 28 vs. Vancouver: sporty sustainability

As communities continue to build a better future, environmental sustainability has become more important than ever. Sporting Sustainability aims to raise awareness about the impact of preventing food waste, including greenhouse gas emissions and agricultural land use. The annual Sporting Sustainability Night represents a collective effort to encourage the adoption of sustainable practices. For more information, visit SportingKC.com/sustainability.

June 12 vs. New England: Soccer For All

Sporting Kansas City and The Victory Project have pledged to make football more accessible to children with limited financial means. That mission includes working with partners, nonprofits, schools and fans to provide soccer programs to children who have not had these opportunities before. This nationally televised match on ABC against the reigning Supporters’ Shield champions will also take place during Pride Month and will further promote the all-important Soccer For All initiative.

July 3 vs. New York Red Bulls: Americana

Sporting will kick off the festivities on July 4 on the eve of Independence Day with an Americana-themed match day at Children’s Mercy Park, highlighted by a post-match fireworks display for supporters and the team’s popular pre-match training stops inspired by the stars and stripes. The game kicks off a busy July for Sporting with six regular season games, the majority of each month.

August 6 vs. LA Galaxy: sporty greetings

Sporting Kansas City will honor the service and sacrifice of servicemen and their families when the club hosts the fifth annual Sporting Salutes at Children’s Mercy Park. Held in conjunction with military units from Kansas and Missouri, the initiative includes field recognition from military personnel and a variety of limited-edition merchandise for fans.

September 17 vs. Minnesota: Kick Childhood Cancer

During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Sporting Kansas City will participate in a competition-wide effort to fight childhood cancer. The Victory Project will once again take center stage by honoring children battling cancer and providing opportunities for fans to support the cause through various initiatives with proceeds going to the fight against cancer.

October 2 vs. Seattle: Fan Appreciation

In the final home game of the regular season, Sporting Kansas City will host the club’s annual Fan Appreciation game to thank supporters for the incredible home advantage at Children’s Mercy Park. In addition to a host of unique perks, in recent seasons fans will be treated to a game between two of the Western Conference’s top teams with a nationally televised audience watching FS1.

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