The Seattle Sounders are now accepting entries for the lottery that will allocate tickets for the four Cascadia Cup away matches. The lottery is open to all season-ticket holders who are not paid member of a supporters' group, who have been given their own allocation for those four games.
There are 74 tickets available for each of the four games, meaning a total of 296 tickets will be available to non-supporters' group members. The four main supporters groups were given the remaining 724 tickets to each of those four games. Every eligible season-ticket holder is allowed to enter the lottery for as many of the four games as they please, but can only win tickets to one of the games. The tickets must also be bought in pairs, which means there will be no more than 148 lottery winners.
The cost of the tickets are $30 each for the games against the Vancouver Whitecaps (May 19 and Sept. 29) and $42 each for the games against the Portland Timbers (June 24 and Sept. 15).