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Mexico vs. Chile Tickets at Levis Stadium: Ticket Down Cuts Ticket Prices for Inaugural Soccer Match between Chile and Mexico in Santa Clara

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Ticket Down announces that international soccer powerhouses, Mexico and Chile, will tangle on US soil in an exciting exhibition match at Levis Stadium in Santa Clara, CA. This well-known ticket exchange is extending their customer appreciation promo code SOCCER-2014 for added savings on any Mexico vs. Chile tickets.

Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) August 27, 2014

Ticket Down is a dependable source for authentic Mexico vs. Chile tickets at Levis Stadium in Santa Clara. Levis Stadium is a brand new state-of-the-art facility located in Santa Clara, California just opened in July and will host their first international soccer match on Saturday, September 6 when Mexico takes on Chile. These are two of the best teams that are both coming off solid performances at the 2014 World Cup and will look to continue their successes from the tournament in this international friendly. Fans in the region will have the chance to see some of the best young stars in the world compete at this match.

Mexico impressed a lot of fans and soccer professionals with their performance at the World Cup. Their 29-year-old goalkeeper, Guillermo Ochoa, turned a lot of heads with his incredible shot-stopping abilities, especially when they played Brazil in the group stage. In a performance that earned him the first Man of the Match of the tournament for a keeper. He wont be the only star lacing up their cleats for the Mexican national team, as several veteran stars are expected to play including Rafael Marquez, Francisco Javier Rodríguez, Andrés Guardado, Giovani dos Santos, Javier Hernández, and Oribe Peralta. The latter was another player that impressed at the World Cup this summer.

Chile had a nice run through the World Cup as well. They finished second in their group and lost to Brazil in their first elimination game. The team is considered one of the up-and-comers in the sport and will look to continue that reputation in this match with Mexico. It will be a tough match for Chile, especially considering the Mexican squad has played on American soil numerous times in recent years and is essentially the home team. That wont deter Alexis Sánchez, Esteban Paredes, Jean Beausejour, Gonzalo Jara, and Claudio Bravo from trying to get the win. In the case of Bravo, the goalkeeper is also the team captain and has made 83 international caps.

Levis Stadium broke ground in 2012 and opened in July for a Major League Soccer game between the San Jose Earthquakes and Seattle Sounders F.C. That game saw an attendance figure of close to 50,000 happy fans and will surely be exceeded when this international friendly takes place. Levis Stadium has already replaced their grass due to issues, so the playing surface for this match will be pristine. The venue is also set to host Super Bowl 50, WrestleMania 31, and the 2015 NHL Stadium Series.

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