It doesn't seem to matter where the United States national team plays these days. If you want a ticket, you'll have to be quick on the draw.
Tickets for the USMNT's World Cup qualifier and second-to-last Hexagonal match against Jamaica at Sporting Kansas City's Sporting Park on Oct. 11 sold out in five minutes, according to U.S. Soccer. The match is the third at Sporting Park for the Americans, following a Gold Cup match against Belize in 2011 (1-0 win) and a World Cup qualifier against Guatemala in October 2012 (3-1 win).
Jurgen Klinsmann's side is currently riding a 12-match winning streak that began on June 2 with a 4-3 victory against Germany. The US have won three straight Hex matches to move into sole control of first place with 13 points from six games. They also won six consecutive matches en route to a Gold Cup title this summer.
Before heading to Kansas City, the USMNT will take on Costa Rica on Sept. 6 in San Jose (10 pm ET, beIN SPORT) then head to Columbus four days later to host Mexico (8 pm ET, ESPN, UniMas) in the region's biggest rivalry match.