The Ontario Fury advanced to the 2021 Championship series after a 2-1 victory over the Kansas City Comets.
The Ontario Fury of the Major Arena Soccer League has already made history and is looking for more. They will face the San Diego Sockers and will will compete in a two-game series to be played at the Toyota Arena in Ontario, California, starting tonight at 7:05 p.m. PT and April 18th at 3:05 p.m. PT. Should the series be tied after the second game, a Champion will be crowned following an additional fifteen-minutes of play which will take place immediately following the conclusion of that second game.
If terms of the game,1334 tickets will be made available to the general public and available for purchase on a first-come, first-served basis through the team’s official website at www.ontariofury.com. The Fury will be hosting a watching party in the parking lot of the Toyota Arena where fans will be able to enjoy food and beverages as they watch the action on big screen televisions set up throughout a beer garden.
With that said, the organization’s accomplishments this season have proven to be an accumulation of efforts within both the organization and its loyal fan base. Since its inaugural season in 2013, the Ontario Fury has become an integral part of the Inland Empire community, and Fury fans throughout the region are anxious for the opportunity to be part of this historic event.
The Fury are look to make history here this weekend.
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