Tickets on sale for U.S. Men’s National Team vs Canada in the World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup 2019

USA Men’s Eagles to play final home match in Glendale, ahead of Rugby World Cup

  • Tickets on sale now for USA vs Canada in the World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup
  • Options start at $30 for General Admission with VIP packages available
  • Match serves as the final game for the U.S. Men’s National Team before Rugby World Cup Japan 2019

GLENDALE, CO - Tickets are on sale now to see the U.S. Men’s National Team (15s) face rival-Canada at Glendale’s Infinity Park on July 27. The match serves as the first of three rounds in the World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup and the final home game for the USA before Rugby World Cup Japan 2019.

Kickoff is set for 6 PM local time with a curtain raiser featuring the Men’s Collegiate All-Americans to be confirmed closer to date. Fans may purchase tickets for both matches under one ticket.


Prices start at $30 for General Admission, $40 for covered seating, $75 for the Coaches Corner which includes two drinks and $180 for an all-inclusive VIP club area. The club area includes a full catered game day menu, complimentary drinks, private entrance and a reserved outdoor seating section in the stadium.

Held at Infinity Park -- home of the Glendale Raptors of Major League Rugby -- the event will feature longtime rivals No. 15 United States and No. 21 Canada in an exciting battle where both teams are heavy into preparation for the upcoming Rugby World Cup.

Both sides last met in March during the Americas Rugby Championship 2019 where the Eagles defeated their Canadian rivals 30-25 in a thrilling battle that went toe and toe until the final minute. The USA currently owns a 3-2 record in 2019 with Canada at 1-4.

The World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup is part of a readiness program for Rugby World Cup Japan where six national rugby teams will compete in a cross pool format, accumulating points for each match. The team with the most points at the end of the tournament is crowned Champion. USA will face Samoa and World Cup hosts Japan in Suva, Fiji following their matchup with rival-Canada.

For more information about the World Rugby Pacific Nations Cup click here.
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