MARYLAND TERRAPINS SOCCER
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Maryland Terrapins Soccer Tickets
University: University of Maryland, College Park
Location: College Park, Md.
Colors: Black, White, Red and Gold
Maryland Terrapins Soccer TicketsFounded in 1946, the Maryland Terrapins competes in the NCAA Division-1 college soccer competition. Since 2014, the team has played in the Big Ten Conference. In a history dating back several decades, the Terrapins won a number of Atlantic Coast Conference titles and tournament championships. In fact, the team remained a regular-season champion of ACC soccer between 1953 and 1968. Despite moving to the Big Ten Conference, the winning streak continued as the Maryland Terrapins won three consecutive conference tournaments between 2014 and 2016 before being crowned the NCAA champions in 2018. Doyle Royal and Sasho Cirovski are two of the most well-known head coaches. Royal oversaw the team from 1946 to 1973, while Cirovski has led the team for more than 25 years. Over the years, the team has produced many international soccer stars, such as Zack Steffen, Omar Gonzalez, Rodney Wallace and Graham Zusi. Anyone interested in watching high-profile soccer can buy tickets to every Terrapins soccer game at StubHub.
Where do the Maryland Terrapins play their home games?The team is based at Ludwig Field, a multipurpose facility located inside the campus of the University of Maryland. It is also home to the university's track and field team. As of 2020, Ludwig Field can hold approximately 7,000 spectators, but there are instances in which a larger crowd gathered to see Maryland Terrapins in action. Recent renovations increased the capacity of the stadium from 4,000 to 6,000 in 2007. Just two years later, the total capacity reached 7,000.
What's the attendance record at Ludwig Field?Ludwig Field is one of the busiest NCAA soccer fields in the United States. Due to the immense fan support for Maryland Terrapins, the stadium is among the top 10 most-attended soccer grounds since 2002. During the Big Ten Conference tournaments, Ludwig attracted one of the largest crowds in the NCAA Division-1 soccer history as the average attendance exceeded 2,500 spectators per game. Maryland's matches against Duke often attract record-breaking crowds. On Oct. 14, 2011, approximately 8,000 individuals watched a game against the Duke University soccer team. The record was broken two years later as 8,397 fans attended the final of the Atlantic Coast Conference against the same opponent.
Who is the biggest rival of Maryland Terrapins?Games between Maryland Terrapins and Virginia Cavaliers are among the biggest rivalries in US soccer. The intense competition between the two teams is often attributed to their long history as top teams in the Atlantic Coast Conference. Besides competing for numerous title games, the two teams are coached by seasoned coaches who have overseen their respective teams for more than two decades. Despite moving to Big Ten Conference, Virginia Terrapins regularly faces Virginia Cavaliers in matches for the NCAA tournament.
Where can I buy tickets to see Maryland Terrapins play?You can get tickets to Maryland Terrapins games at StubHub. It's the world's largest online platform for sports tickets visited by millions of customers every month. Ticketholders are guaranteed that their tickets will be valid for entry at the gates. Each ticket comes with a 100% FanProtect promise ensuring that customers get a full refund if the game is canceled or rescheduled.
What is the mascot of Maryland Terrapins?For over 80 years, a 1,000-pound turtle has stood vigil over the campus. Native to the Chesapeake Bay, Testudo, is central to everything at the University of Maryland, College Park Campus. He has an unusually shiny nose because everyone thinks that rubbing his nose brings good luck to the team. The mascot was once kidnapped by Johns Hopkins students only to be rescued by thousands of students who laid siege to the building. Years later, it was stolen again before appearing at the University of Virginia campus.
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