Earlier this afternoon Bravos de FC Juarez announced via their social media accounts that there is less than 500 season tickets available (472 to be exact) for sale, reminding soccer fans across the Borderland not to be left out of attending first division Mexican league soccer.

Approximately one month ago we here at 600 ESPN El Paso reported that team officials had notified us that over 75% of the stadium was sold in season tickets (known as Bravo Cards). As of this afternoon less than 500 tickets or Bravo Cards remain on sale from what would be complete sell outs for the 2019 Apertura and 2020 Clausura seasons at the 19,000+ seat Benito Juarez Olympic Stadium. It means that there will be no individual game tickets available for sale.

With this being the case, sale of tickets or use of the Bravo Cards are already starting to pop up on Stub Hub. For the historic first home match of the Bravos in first division that will take place on Sunday, August 4th against Toluca there are already tickets being sold for up to $200 each.
The team from the Borderland will be on the road once again this weekend as they will face Santos Laguna in Torreon, Coahuila on Sunday at 5:45pm. The match will be televised nationally in the United States on Fox Sports Deportes.