World Cup Qualifying Series To Be Played At Richardson Stadium

Ottawa, Ontario – The Canadian Soccer Association today announced its Men’s World Cup Team will play both of their World Cup Qualifying games against Belize at Richardson Stadium (Queen’s University campus) in Kingston, Ontario. The first game will be played on Sunday, June 13 (4:30 p.m. kickoff) with the second game scheduled for Wednesday, June 16 at 7:00 p.m. ET.



The second game of the series was originally scheduled for June 20 in Belize, however the Belize Football Federation asked the CSA to host the game in Canada.



Tickets for the first game are now available while those for the second game will be available as of Monday, April 5.

Ottawa, Ontario – The Canadian Soccer Association today announced its Men’s World Cup Team will play both of their World Cup Qualifying games against Belize at Richardson Stadium (Queen’s University campus) in Kingston, Ontario. The first game will be played on Sunday, June 13 (4:30 p.m. kickoff) with the second game scheduled for Wednesday, June 16 at 7:00 p.m. ET.



The second game of the series was originally scheduled for June 20 in Belize, however the Belize Football Federation asked the CSA to host the game in Canada.



Tickets for the first game are now available while those for the second game will be available as of Monday, April 5.



Tickets are for sale through the Southeast Ontario Soccer Association and Queen’s University. Group tickets (soccer community) on the East Stand are being sold by the SOSA at $8.00 each for the first game and $5.00 for the second. SOSA is located at 1201 Division Street in Kingston.



West Stand tickets are being sold by Queen’s University at the Physical Education Centre Ticket Office with center seating priced at $29.00 each, and wings section tickets at $15.00 for each game. Please note that the SOSA will have some West Stand tickets for sale for those wishing to purchase individual tickets.



Richardson Stadium is a 10,000 seat grass facility on the campus of Queen’s University.



The winner of the Canada-Belize series (Group 8) will play the winners of Group 5 (Cayman Islands, Cuba, Costa Rica), Group 6 (Aruba, Surinam, Guatemala) and Group 7 (Antigua & Barbuda, Netherlands Antilles, Honduras) in the semi-final round. The six games will be played between August and November, 2004.



More ticket information:



Southeast Ontario Soccer Association

1201 Division Street

(in the Kingslake Plaza)

Kingston, ON

P: 613 546-6642

e-mail: soccer@kingston.net

www.soccersosa.ca



Queen’s University – Physical Education Centre Ticket Office

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Monday – Friday 10:00 – 4:30 PM



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1-613-533-6000 ext 74717

Monday – Friday 10:00 – 4:30 PM

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