Pumas season tickets available as home slate nears

Kitsap_Pumas_logo.svgBREMERTON, Wash. — The season has begun, but you can still purchase Kitsap Pumas season tickets!

The Pumas got off to an explosive start last week with a 2-0 away victory at PDX FC, but now return for their home opener Sunday against Spokane SC Shadow for a 3 p.m. kickoff at Gordon Field!

Make plans to be there this summer as Kitsap continues its defense of its NPSL Northwest Division title.

Season-ticket holders are guaranteed tickets for six home matches during the 2018 NPSL season, plus two extra tickets that can be used for postseason matches or extras during the regular season.

Regular season tickets are $45, with special rates for military ($30), seniors ($30) and youth season tickets ($17).

For more information, go to kitsapsoccerclub.com or call (360) 377-6008. You can also get more information by emailing the Pumas at info@kitsapsoccerclub.com.

Check out the Pumas’ 2018 home schedule (and potential playoff dates) below!

Home games are bolded.

Sun. May 20
Spokane SC Shadow
3 p.m.
Sat., May 26 
7 p.m.
Wed., May 30   
FC Mulhouse Portland 
7 p.m.
Wed., June 6    
7 p.m.
Wed., June 27
FC Mulhouse Portland
7 p.m.
Sat., June 30
Spokane SC Shadow
7 p.m.
Sat., July 7
NPSL NW Division playoffs
Sat., July 14
NPSL West Region semifinals
Sat., July 21
NPSL West Region final
Sat., July 28
NPSL National semifinals
Sat., Aug. 4
NPSL National final

The Kitsap Pumas will be playing their second season in the National Premier Soccer League in 2018 after playing the 2017 season as Kitsap Soccer Club. The Pumas played eight seasons in the Premier Development League. In the club’s nine-year history, it won the PDL national championship in 2011 and advanced to the national final again in 2014, establishing themselves as a club with a proven record of providing a high level of training and play for aspiring professionals as a stepping stone to the next levels of American soccer. The Kitsap Pumas play their home matches at Gordon Field, an intimate 1,500-capacity stadium on the Kitsap County Fairgrounds in Bremerton, Washington, a one-hour ferry ride west of Seattle on the Olympic Peninsula.

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