Want to attend Didier Drogba's debut match at Stade Saputo? You aren't alone.
On Wednesday, the Montreal Impact announced that Saturday's game against the Philadelphia Union (8 pm ET; MLS LIVE in the US, TVA Sports in Canada) will be played in front of a sellout crowd of 20,801.
"We are very pleased to announce this first sold out match since our Champions League final," Impact executive vice-president Richard Legendre said in a statement. "Fans who might not have the chance to be at the stadium on Saturday will still have five more games they can attend until the end of the season. We invite you to our next game on September 5."
Following this weekend's Union match, Montreal have remaining home games against Chicago (Sept. 5), New England (Sept. 19), Chicago again (Sept. 23), D.C. United (Sept. 26) and Toronto FC (Oct. 25). You can purchase tickets via the links below.
Not in Montreal? Drogba and the Impact will visit Toronto, Los Angeles, San Jose, Orlando, New York, Colorado and New England before the end of the 2015 regular season (complete schedule).
|Sept. 5||Chicago Fire||Buy|
|Sept. 19||New England||Buy|
|Sept. 23||Chicago Fire||Buy|
|Sept. 26||D.C. United||Buy|
|Oct. 25||Toronto FC||Buy|