SEATTLE – Seattle Sounders FC Friday announced that its MLS Cup final match against Toronto FC at CenturyLink Field Nov. 10 has sold out.

A capacity crowd in excess of 69,000 will pack CenturyLink Field next Sunday, in what will be the most attended soccer game in Seattle history.

“As evidenced by today’s near-immediate sellout, our fans are the most passionate and dedicated in the league,” Sounders FC owner Adrian Hanauer said. “We are thrilled to be playing a match of this magnitude in front of a historic home crowd of more than 69,000. This club has always benefited from the intensity and fervor that our fans bring to CenturyLink Field and next Sunday is a chance to add a historic new chapter to our homefield advantage.”

This season marks the third time in four seasons that Sounders FC has appeared in Major League Soccer’s championship match, and the first time the Rave Green have hosted. The club defeated Toronto FC at BMO Field in 2016 for its first MLS Cup, before returning and falling to the Reds on the road in 2017.

Sounders and Toronto FC ticket allocations are sold out. Fans who were unable to secure tickets to the match can sign up on a ticketing waitlist, as a very limited number of seats being held by MLS may be released for purchase to the general public at some point next week. The waitlist can be accessed at

Fans may also visit for resale inventory and those who choose to utilize the secondary market to find seats are reminded to choose a verified reseller to avoid counterfeit tickets.

The final will be broadcast on ABC and Univision with a 3 p.m. ET kickoff.