FC Cincinnati will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a special ticket discount for its Saturday match against New York Red Bulls. Fans can receive the discount by using the code VAMOS21 at the ticket checkout on fccincinnati.com.

Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15) is an annual celebration of the history and culture of the US Latinx and Hispanic communities. A portion of the match will be presented in Spanish.

The first 20,000 fans will receive a Rally Towel courtesy of Mercy Health. Starting this match through the end of the season, fans posting a photo on social media in their FCC jersey or waving a rally towel using the hashtag #cincyrallies will have a chance to win season tickets for 2022.

Before the game, fans can enjoy activations at three spaces:

Washington Park – 4:00 – 8:00 pm

  • Hispanic Food Trucks
  • Hispanic Music
  • FCC inflatable field
  • Beer, wine, hard seltzer and drink specials on the Porch
  • Salsa dancers

Carl and Martha Lindner Plaza – 5:30 – 7:15 pm

  • DJ Prymtime will play a special playlist created by FC Cincinnati player Luciano Acosta
  • Fan Photo Booth, Soccer Bingo
  • Soccer Bingo
  • Beer specials: $4.00 for 12oz Domestics and $5.00 for 12oz Crafts
  • Music from 97.7 La Mega

Mercy Health Plaza – 5:30 – 7:15 pm

  • Mercy Health along with the City of Cincinnati Health Department will be offering free COVID-19 vaccinations on Mercy Health Plaza from 5:30PM-7:15PM. The first 50 fans to get a vaccination will receive 2 tickets to an upcoming FCC match and will be entered to win an FCC gift basket!

The match starts at 7:30 PM Eastern time at TQL Stadium, gates open at 6:00 PM, the game will be broadcast on Star64 and streamed on FCCincinnati.com, FOX Sports AM 1360 and the iHeart Radio app.

About FCC:

FC Cincinnati are a professional soccer team that play in Major League Soccer, having entered the league as its 24th team in 2019. The club’s wide and diverse ownership group is led by controlling owner Carl H. Lindner III, as well as managing owners Meg Whitman, Scott Farmer, and George Joseph. Originally founded in 2015 by Lindner III and current president Jeff Berding, FCC played in the second-division United Soccer League (USL) from 2016 to 2018 before moving to MLS. Follow the team on social media on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or YouTube, or visit the club’s official website: fccincinnati.com.

About TQL Stadium:

TQL Stadium, FC Cincinnati’s home, is one of the most ambitious soccer-specific stadiums in not only North America but the world. The innovative and forward-thinking stadium is one of the largest soccer-specific facilities in Major League Soccer. The $250 million, privately funded stadium has a capacity of 26,000, with the closest seats within 15 feet of the field. The stadium includes 53 traditional suites and 4,500 premium seats throughout four premium club spaces. Additionally, the team’s famous supporters’ section, The Bailey, is more than 3,100 strong and loom over opponents at a 34-degree angle at the stadium’s north end. A 360-degree canopy roof covers every seat in the stadium, but still allows sufficient sun in to grow a natural grass field. The stadium has five team locker rooms, including a comprehensive team suite for FC Cincinnati that features a dressing room, coaches offices, lounge, equipment storage and the Mercy Health Center of Excellence for the team’s medical and game day fitness needs. TQL Stadium meets all current requirements to host CONCACAF and FIFA events, featuring top national teams from around the world, including the U.S. Men’s and Women’s National Teams, as well as the world’s top club teams for friendlies. More information about the stadium is available at Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, or visit the stadium’s website: TQLStadium.com.