Previous tickets sold to the game have been cancelled because of new attendance restrictions
Canada Soccer announcing "in accordance with all relevant public health guidelines, the capacity for the January 30th FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Qualifiers match against United States will be reduced to 50% of venue capacity at Tim Hortons Field."
As a result, Canada Soccer says all tickets purchased as part of the original sold out sale last month will be cancelled with full refunds provided to all ticket holders on their credit cards within two to four weeks.
The organization adding all ticket purchasers will be provided the opportunity to buy tickets for the home match through a dedicated pre-sale window beginning at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, January 25th.
A general sale will follow on Wednesday starting at 10:00 am should any tickets remain.
As well, there will be enhanced public health and safety measures at Tim Hortons Field "including fans attending the match being required to provide proof of vaccination (QR code and double dose), pass through active screening upon entry, wear masks (unless eating or drinking), practice social distancing, remain in their seats unless using washrooms or purchasing food and beverage, and avoid congregating in common areas."
The match will be the first time the Men’s National Team have played an International ‘A’ match in the Hammer.