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Florida Cup Offers Ticket Discounts to Readers of The Mane Land

We’re pleased to offer our readers the opportunity to get 15% off tickets to select 2017 Florida Cup matches.

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The Mane Land would like soccer fans in Florida to attend the upcoming Florida Cup. I mean, let’s face it, we’re still almost two months away from the MLS season and the Florida Cup brings quality club teams from around the world to play soccer right on our doorstep.

So, let’s make this easy for you. Florida Cup has made game tickets more affordable for our readers by offering a 15% discount to select matches at UCF’s Bright House Networks Stadium as well as Al Lang Stadium in St. Petersburg.

  • To get the discount at Bright House Networks Stadium games at UCF in Orlando, simply use this link and enter the code TML1 for the 15% off discount.
  • To get the discount at Al Lang Stadium in St. Petersburg, simply use this link and enter the code TML1 for the 15% off discount.

Here’s the full schedule of matches:

Florida Cup Schedule

Date Location Match Time
Date Location Match Time
Sun 1/8 Al Lang Stadium, St. Pete Estudiantes vs. Bayer Leverkusen and Tampa Bay Rowdies vs. VFL Wolfsburg 2 p.m. & 4:45 p.m.
Wed 1/11 Disney's WWOS, Orlando Bayer Leverkusen vs. Atletico 7 p.m.
Thu 1/12 Disney's WWOS, Orlando VFL Wolfsburg vs. Bahia 7 p.m.
Sat 1/14 Al Lang Stadium, St. Pete Atletico vs. Tampa Bay Rowdies 4 p.m.
Sun 1/15 BHNS at UCF, Orlando River Plate vs. Millonarios FC and Bahia vs. Estudiantes 2 p.m. & 4:45 p.m.
Sun 1/15 Central Broward Stadium, Lauderhill, FL Vasco de Gama vs. Barcelona SC 2 p.m.
Wed 1/18 BHNS at UCF, Orlando Consolation Game (Loser A vs. Loser B) and Semifinal: (Winner A vs. Corinthians) 4:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.
Thu 1/19 Al Lang Stadium, St. Pete Semifinal: (Sao Paulo vs. Winner B) 7 p.m.
Sat 1/21 BHNS at UCF, Orlando 3rd-4th Place Match (Loser C vs. Loser D) and Final: (Winner C vs. Winner D) 3:15 p.m. & 6 p.m.
All times Eastern

Florida Cup has grown into one of the country’s top tournaments, featuring teams from Germany, Brazil, the United States, Argentina, Colombia, and Ecuador. The tournament has two phases in 2017 – the FC Challenge and FC Playoff. The FC Challenge pits three groups of teams against each other for national bragging rights, with Brazil, Germany and a combined U.S./Argentina group competing for the most points from their matches. The FC Playoff is a more traditional tournament with two semifinal matches, with the winners moving on to face powerhouse Brazilian sides Corinthians and Sao Paulo.

We’ve got previews of the two phases of the 2017 Florida Cup which will provide more information about the competing teams here:

We’d like to thank our friends at Florida Cup for making this discount available to The Mane Land readers.