Tickets for Lionel Messi and Inter Miami’s League Cup final match against Nashville START at $460… with resale prices topping $2,5000
- Lionel Messi can win his first trophy with Inter Miami against Nashville on Saturday
- Tickets are from $460 for fans who want to sit at Geodis Park stadium
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Fans hoping to see Lionel Messi lift his first trophy in the United States will have to pay at least $460 to enter the Geodis Park stadium on Saturday night for the League Cup final against Nashville.
Standard tickets are available on Ticketmaster from Thursday evening, but the cheapest ticket is just under $500 for a seat in row Z. Prices for standard tickets are set by Major League Soccer as well as Ticketmaster .
Resale prices, meanwhile, are reaching $2,600 for tickets behind the dugouts for Saturday’s final.
The Messi factor has played a significant role in boosting demand for Major League Soccer tickets to see him in action for Miami.
Before Messi and his team played the Philadelphia Union on Tuesday night, coach Jim Curtin pleaded with Union fans not to sell their tickets, no matter how much money was offered.
Tickets to see Lionel Messi in the League Cup final this weekend start at $460
Messi and Miami will face Nashville at Geodis Park in Tennessee for the trophy
Saturday ticket prices start at $460 with resale prices already over $2,500
“Please don’t sell your tickets, no matter how much money they offer for them, please,” he said, hoping for more engaged fan participation. can intimidate Miami and Messi.
Unfortunately for Curtin, no such thing happened and Messi scored from 35 yards out as his side beat Union 4-1.
A New York Red Bulls fan, meanwhile, managed to pay for her knee surgery by selling her ticket for $505 to the Miami game on August 26.
Geodis Park holds 25,000 seats and as well as potentially being a historic night for Messi, it could also be a big night for local Nashville fans.
If Nashville upset the odds and win Saturday’s final, it would be the first major sports title won by a team from Tennessee.
The Titans have never won a Super Bowl, the Nashville Predators have never won the Stanley Cup, and the Memphis Grizzlies are still waiting for their first NBA title.
Nashville reached the final by defeating Mexican team Monterrey 2-0 at Geodis Park on Tuesday night.