February 17th, 2022

Kansas City Current of the National Women’s Soccer League Sign with SeatGeek as Ticketing Partner

SeatGeek will become the Club’s official ticketing platform, providing back-office and fan-centric innovation

NEW YORK, NY and KANSAS CITY, KS – SeatGeek, the high-growth technology platform transforming the live-event experience for fans, teams, and venues, today announced a multi-year partnership with Kansas City Current of the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL). With this partnership, SeatGeek will become the official ticketing platform for those looking to attend KC Current matches. The Kansas City Current marks the fourth NWSL team to partner with SeatGeek.

“We look forward to our partnership with SeatGeek as we begin our second NWSL season at Children’s Mercy Park,” said Amber Cox, Chief Operating Officer of the Kansas City Current. “SeatGeek continues to add innovative technology to its platforms that not only enhances the fan experience, but offers data and analytics that aids in our club’s growth.”

Starting with the 2022 season, fans will use the SeatGeek mobile app to directly scan into KC Current matches. Supporters can also use SeatGeek’s Rally technology to get weather updates, book a ride to the match, and enter the stadium contact-free. SeatGeek will also power Kansas City Current’s back-office technology, giving the club seamless integrated access to fans and a view of demand.

The KC Current played its first NWSL season in 2021 and recently announced their plans to build the first NWSL purpose-built stadium. They will be joining SeatGeek’s partnership roster alongside Portland Thorns FC, Houston Dash, and Racing Louisville FC, as well as seven Major League Soccer clubs and half of the English Premier League’s clubs including Liverpool F.C. and Manchester City F.C.

“The Kansas City Current is a team built by fans, for the fans. As the Club’s official ticketing partner, SeatGeek wants to ensure that supporters have the gameday experience of a lifetime, while also making sure the Club’s back-office team has the right technology to inform critical business data insights,” said Jeff Ianello, EVP of Client Partnership at SeatGeek. “We’re proud to play a part in helping the KC Current advance the game to further elevate soccer’s popularity in the U.S.”


SeatGeek is on a mission to transform the live-event experience for fans, teams and venues. By combining a consumer marketplace with innovative primary ticketing box office technology, SeatGeek has become a high-growth global ticketing leader. SeatGeek delights fans through industry-first features including: Deal Score, its proprietary ticket rating technology; Rally, its event-day operating system; and SeatGeek Swaps, the first return policy offered by a major ticketer. In parallel, the platform’s open-ecosystem enterprise ticketing software empowers teams, venues and promoters to efficiently grow their businesses while delivering the superior experience that all fans deserve.

SeatGeek is proud to partner with some of the most recognized names in sports and live entertainment across the globe including the Dallas Cowboys, Brooklyn Nets and Liverpool F.C., as well as Major League Soccer (MLS), National Football League (NFL), half of the English Premier League (EPL) and multiple theaters across NYC’s Broadway and London’s West End. Curious? Visit www.seatgeek.com.


Founded in December 2020, the Kansas City Current is led by the ownership group of Angie Long, Chris Long and Brittany Matthews. The team competes in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) and begins its second season with the 2022 NWSL Challenge Cup kicking off at Racing Louisville on March 18. The Kansas City Current announced plans for the first stadium purpose-built for an NWSL team with expected completion in 2024. The team will play in 2022 at Children’s Mercy Park. For more information, visit KansasCityCurrent.com.