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The Spring League (TSL) Championship Game Tickets On Sale

Today The Spring League announced that tickets are on sale for its Championship game on June 19th at Rice Stadium. The game will be televised on Fox at 3 pm. Tickets range from $30 to $250. No word on how many fans are allowed in the Stadium.

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“The first and only game open to the public in Houston will be the #TSL2021 Championship! The winner of the North Division will face the winner of the South Division at 3 pm ET/2 CT at Rice Stadium. The game will be aired on FOX.”

Rice Stadium has been the home of the TSL’s South Division and unlike Lucas Oil Stadium who is part of the North division. Fans have not been allowed to buy tickets and attend games until now. Fans have been able to attend games at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

This also confirms what football fans have been asking us about TSL games in Houston. No other games will be open to the public at Rice Stadium, other than the TSL Championship game.

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