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TEA teaming up with Orlando City for tailgate event
POSTED 23 May 2017 . BY Tom Anstey
The Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) is asking its members its members to don the purple of Orlando City Soccer Club next week as it hosts the second annual TEA Tailgates party.

Taking place ahead of the Major League Soccer (MLS) game between Orlando City and D.C. United, the free-to-attend tailgate party brings together TEA members for an afternoon of food, contests and family fun. Partnering with Orlando City, TEA supporter seats will be available at a special group rate of US$30 (€26, £23)

The event takes place on 31 May. The tailgate will start at 4:30pm, running until kick off at 7:30pm. To attend, click here.
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TEA teaming up with Orlando City for tailgate event
POSTED 23 May 2017 . BY Tom Anstey
The Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) is asking its members its members to don the purple of Orlando City Soccer Club next week as it hosts the second annual TEA Tailgates party.

Taking place ahead of the Major League Soccer (MLS) game between Orlando City and D.C. United, the free-to-attend tailgate party brings together TEA members for an afternoon of food, contests and family fun. Partnering with Orlando City, TEA supporter seats will be available at a special group rate of US$30 (€26, £23)

The event takes place on 31 May. The tailgate will start at 4:30pm, running until kick off at 7:30pm. To attend, click here.
RELATED STORIES
Orlando City FC building first safe-standing section in the MLS


The first safe-standing section within a Major League Soccer (MLS) stadium is being built in the new home of Orlando City FC.
Orlando City SC to increase capacity at new stadium


Orlando City Soccer Club (OCSC) plans to increase capacity at its new stadium – which is set to open in 2016 – to 28,000 due to an “overwhelming response to the club’s home games”.
Populous named as lead architect for Orlando City US$84m stadium project


Major League Soccer side Orlando City SC has announced that sports architecture specialists Populous will work as lead architects on its proposed 18,000-seat stadium, while Barton Malow will oversee development on the planned downtown project.
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Orlando City SC, who competes in the USL Pro League, is planning to build a US$110m (84m euro, £72.5m) soccer stadium.
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TEA teaming up with Orlando City for tailgate event
POSTED 23 May 2017 . BY Tom Anstey
The Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) is asking its members its members to don the purple of Orlando City Soccer Club next week as it hosts the second annual TEA Tailgates party.

Taking place ahead of the Major League Soccer (MLS) game between Orlando City and D.C. United, the free-to-attend tailgate party brings together TEA members for an afternoon of food, contests and family fun. Partnering with Orlando City, TEA supporter seats will be available at a special group rate of US$30 (€26, £23)

The event takes place on 31 May. The tailgate will start at 4:30pm, running until kick off at 7:30pm. To attend, click here.
RELATED STORIES
Orlando City FC building first safe-standing section in the MLS


The first safe-standing section within a Major League Soccer (MLS) stadium is being built in the new home of Orlando City FC.
Orlando City SC to increase capacity at new stadium


Orlando City Soccer Club (OCSC) plans to increase capacity at its new stadium – which is set to open in 2016 – to 28,000 due to an “overwhelming response to the club’s home games”.
Populous named as lead architect for Orlando City US$84m stadium project


Major League Soccer side Orlando City SC has announced that sports architecture specialists Populous will work as lead architects on its proposed 18,000-seat stadium, while Barton Malow will oversee development on the planned downtown project.
Orlando City SC plans new US$110m stadium


Orlando City SC, who competes in the USL Pro League, is planning to build a US$110m (84m euro, £72.5m) soccer stadium.
 


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