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Orlando City SC Club History

Orlando City SC first played in the 2015 season as an MLS expansion team. Orlando City brought Major League Soccer back to the state of Florida after two Florida teams ceased operations in 2001. The club first played in the third tier of American soccer in 2010, but the owners always intended to make the club an MLS franchise. Orlando fielded strong teams in their early days, however their big signings did not transfer into playoff success. Despite these results in their early days, Orlando developed one of the strongest fan bases in the league. They sold out the 60,000 seat Citrus Bowl in their first two home matches, and have a strong season ticket-holding fan base.

As an MLS franchise, Orlando City started with important announcements to build the team’s status in the league. First, Orlando brokered a partnership with Portuguese side S.L. Benfica and signed several of their players on loan. Next, Orlando made the franchise’s most important signing and began their roster with a bang when Brazilian midfielder Kaka signed for the upstart club. Kaka brought a world-class quality to the young team and a long list of accolades including a 2002 World Cup winner’s medal and the ultimate individual prize in the 2007 Ballon d’Or. With the pair of announcements, the franchise was able to create a buzz around the new club and accrue a passionate fanbase.

However, Orlando was unable to translate the momentum into immediate playoff success. The first season did start strong, and Orlando City snagged a draw in their inaugural MLS game thanks to an extra-time goal from Kaka. In the next game, they notched the club’s first MLS victory in a 1-0 win over the Houston Dynamo. But, by the end of the 2015 season the Lions found themselves 7th place in the Eastern Conference, and they missed out on the playoffs.

Regardless of the results in the first few seasons, Orlando had its bright moments during its beginning MLS stage. Canadian Cyle Larin was the club’s top scorer in all of Orlando’s first three seasons. Larin then parlayed his great play into a big move to Turkish side Beşiktaş, putting Orlando City on the European map. Kaka also left fans with great memories, scoring 24 goals and tallying 22 assists before his 2017 retirement.

When Do Orlando City SC Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?

If Orlando qualifies for the MLS Cup playoffs, then tickets will go on sale at the end of the 34-game regular season. Major League Soccer will finalize the playoff bracket and announce the time and date of the first round of playoff games. Orlando City tickets will then be made available to fans.

How Much Do Orlando City SC Playoff Tickets Cost?

An MLS playoff ticket has an average resale cost of $65. Ticket prices will vary dependent on playoff opponent, round, and seating section.