Today, FC Cincinnati launched The Orange & Blue Reserve – an immersive season ticket waitlist membership program for fans. Members will have the opportunity to purchase season tickets as they become available, while enjoying benefits provided to current season ticket holders.
“We’re thrilled to have sold out our 2024 season tickets and want to offer dedicated fans a way to stay connected while they wait for a chance to secure their own FCC season tickets,” said co-CEO, Jeff Berding. “The Orange & Blue Reserve is more than just a queue – it’s insider access to all things FCC. Whether at TQL Stadium, in our stores, or on MLS Season Pass, members will be part of the excitement.”
Orange & Blue Reserve members will be first in line to purchase season tickets when they become available and gain early on sale access to single game tickets, playoff tickets, external tournaments like the Leagues Cup, U.S. Open Cup, CONCACAF Champions Cup, and USMNT/USWNT, and external events hosted at TQL Stadium. Orange & Blue Reserve members will also receive a 10% retail discount at the FCC Team Store and OTR Store, and a complimentary MLS Season Pass on Apple TV, valued at $99, with access to all FC Cincinnati and MLS matches.
To become a member of The Orange & Blue Reserve, a $200 annual membership fee will put fans first in line to purchase FC Cincinnati season tickets as they become available. This is the best possible way to position yourself for 2024 single game tickets, and each member will be served by a dedicated Customer Service Representative. To sign up or learn more, visit The Orange & Blue Reserve Page.
About FC Cincinnati
FC Cincinnati is a Major League Soccer team playing at TQL Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. Originally founded in 2015 by Carl H. Lindner III and co-CEO Jeff Berding, FCC started play in the United Soccer League (USL) in 2016. FCC entered MLS as the 24th team in 2019. The club’s wide and diverse ownership group is led by controlling owner Lindner III; as well as managing owners Meg Whitman and Dr. Griff Harsh; Scott Farmer; and George Joseph.
FC Cincinnati opened the club’s privately funded, 26,000-seat soccer-specific TQL Stadium in the West End neighborhood of Cincinnati in 2021, a venue which has won numerous global awards including the World Football Summit Best Venue 2022 in Madrid and the 2022 Prix Versailles World Title in the Sports Category in Paris, France.
FC Cincinnati won the 2023 Supporters’ Shield – the annual award given to the team with the most points in the regular season – and clinched a spot in the 2023 MLS Playoffs for the second straight year. The club won the 2018 USL Regular-Season Championship in record-setting fashion and earned postseason berths in all three of its USL seasons. In 2017, FC Cincinnati also advanced to the semifinals of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, a run that included victories over two MLS squads.