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Milwaukee Wave playoff tickets are on sale.

Wave playoff tickets on sale


The Milwaukee Wave are offering $7 tickets for their home semifinal game in the MISL Playoffs, scheduled for 7 p.m. on March 10 at the U.S. Cellular Arena, as they pursue their seventh indoor soccer championship.

Tickets are on sale today and fans can purchase seats via Ticketmaster or calling (414) 224-9283. All seats in the arena are half-price for the game, which means VIP level tickets are $15, Preferred level seats and $12 and Premier level seats are $7.

Season ticket holders seats are reserved for them until Feb. 26; after that date those seats will be released.

The Wave (13-2) have already clinched a spot in the postseason and await their opponent in the two-game series in the semifinals. If each team wins one game, a 15-minute, tie-breaking "mini-game" will be played immediately after the contest in Milwaukee, which will be Game 2 of the series.

Milwaukee won championships in 1998, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2011 and 2012, and has adopted "Title Wave 7" as this year's playoff theme. If the Wave get through the semifinal round, the two-game championships series will be the weekend of March 14-16. Milwaukee's home date will be announced soon.

Five games remain in the Wave's regular season, including four at home. Their next contest is at 2 p.m. on Sunday against the Pennsylvania Roar.

Fans have the opportunity to win a precious gem from Robert Haack Diamonds in our "Kicks and Stones" promotion, and the first 1,000 fans receive a drawstring bag courtesy of Badger Max. Former Wave star Joe Hammes will be honored at halftime. For tickets, call (414) 224-9283 or visit ticketmaster.com.


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