National Soccer Hall of Fame Ceremony Tickets
Location: Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas
Sport: American soccer
Highest Honor: Medal of Honor
Established: 1950 (informal), 1979 (formal)
Famous Inductees: Alan Rothenberg, Lamar Hunt, Cindy Parlow, Brad Friedel, Tony DiCicco, Cobi Jones
National Soccer Hall of Fame Ceremony TicketsThe National Soccer Hall of Fame is an institution designed to honor the best and brightest players in the history of soccer as well as those directly involved in advancing the sport within the United States. With a long history dating back as far as 1950, the Hall of Fame has been a repository of information virtually unrivaled in the sport. Ceremonies for new inductees are always a great event filled with live music, appearances by famous soccer players and tons of all around fun. Visitors can also explore all the memorabilia and history on display as well as learn about the unrivaled greats of the sport while they're in attendance. Ceremonies typically happen every year and are something no self-respecting soccer fan would want to miss. Get your National Soccer Hall of Fame ceremony tickets today by shopping at StubHub, the world’s largest online ticket retailer.
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Who are some of the inductees into the National Soccer Hall of Fame?Some of the most famous and successful soccer players in American history have become immortalized in the National Soccer Hall of Fame. Athletes like Cindy Parlow, Tony DiCicco, Cobi Jones, Sunil Gulati, Paul Child and many more have all been recognized as some of the greatest in the sport within the Hall's halls. As of this moment, four people have been awarded the Hall's highest award known as the Medal of Honor: Alan Rothenberg in 1998, Lamar Hunt in 1999, the entire 1991 Women's national team in 2001 and Phil Anschutz in 2006.
Where is the National Soccer Hall of Fame ceremony held?Ceremonies for the National Soccer Hall of Fame are held at the Hall of Fame itself in Frisco, Texas, at the Hall's own Toyota Stadium. This includes induction ceremonies for new athletes. A soccer game often takes place on the second day of the event with separate tickets needed for both the induction ceremony and the game on the two days.
What can you expect when attending a National Soccer Hall of Fame ceremony?Ceremonies at the National Soccer Hall of Fame are typically large events given the nature of the ceremonies held there. Musical talent is often a part of the event, the 2020 new athlete induction ceremony featuring the Zac Brown Band as an example.
When was the National Soccer Hall of Fame first established?The National Soccer Hall of Fame was originally a creation of former soccer players known as the Philadelphia "Old-timers" Association. To recognize the success of their peers at the sport, these players began recording their achievements. This largely informal practice was formalized as an institution in 1979. There was a museum opening in 1999 in Oneonta, New York, to house the records as well as memorabilia with recognition by the US Soccer Federation in 1983. This first museum eventually closed down in 2010 before reopening in 2018 as the current iteration of the Hall of Fame.
What can you do at the National Soccer Hall of Fame?In addition to catching the ceremony held at the Hall of Fame, you can also explore the exhibits held within the stadium. There's a ton to do and see as you walk through the Hall of Fame. You can learn about the sport's history and famous inductees, or you can experience the many interactive exhibits that let you feel what it's like to be a famous soccer player yourself.
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