Kansas City Current of the National Women's Soccer League has extended its deal with ticket technology platform SeatGeek as the club gets set to open the first women's soccer-specific stadium in 2024.
In 2022, the Current switched its ticketing technology to SeatGeek. The club went on a 13-match unbeaten streak with more than 10,000 fans attending its game against Angel City FC in August for a franchise-record home attendance. The Current fell in the NWSL Championship to the Portland Thorns.
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