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Tickets to Canada-U.S. women's soccer game on sale today

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Tickets for Canada’s battle with the United States in women’s soccer – set for May 8 at Investors Group Field – go on sale today.

Dubbed the Women’s International Friendly match, it marks the first time the women’s national team has had a home game in Winnipeg since 1990 when Canada hosted its first-ever women’s international match in the Manitoba capital.

Tickets for the Canada-USA match are on sale at www.ticketmaster.ca, beginning at 10 a.m.

There is range of prices, starting at $20 (plus applicable fees).

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