Children's Mercy Park at sunset - Sporting KC vs. FC Dallas - Sept. 2, 2020

Single-game tickets for Sporting's next two home matches available while supplies last at

A limited number of tickets for Sporting Kansas City's next two home matches at world-class Children's Mercy Park are now available to the general public at while supplies last.

Upcoming Sporting Kansas City home games against FC Dallas on Saturday and Orlando City SC on Sept. 23 will be held at a reduced capacity of 18% with comprehensive health and safety protocols in place.

Manager Peter Vermes' side (6-3-2, 20 points) vaulted to first place in the Western Conference following Sunday's 1-0 home victory over rivals Minnesota United FC. Sporting will return to Children's Mercy Park on Saturday as the next phase of the club's regular season campaign begins versus FC Dallas (3-2-4, 13 points) at 2:30 p.m. CT.

After hosting Dallas and Orlando, Sporting will travel to face the Colorado Rapids on Sept. 27. From the beginning of October through Decision Day on Nov. 8, the club will play an additional nine MLS matches to round out the 23-game regular season. Additional 2020 MLS regular season fixtures will be announced pending further developments regarding travel protocols.

To view Sporting's MLS regular season schedule, complete with kickoff times and broadcast details, click here.

Sporting’s home date with FC Dallas on Saturday will serve as a rematch of the 1-1 draw between the sides on Sept. 2 at Children’s Mercy Park, which saw forward Khiry Shelton bag his fourth goal of the season to move into a tie for the team lead alongside midfielder Gadi Kinda. Manager Peter Vermes’ men are 8-2-3 in their last 13 home games against Dallas in all competitions, scoring 29 goals and conceding 13.

Eastern Conference contenders Orlando City SC will visit Children’s Mercy Park for the third time ever on Sept. 23. The Lions—who have yet to make a postseason appearance in their six-year history—reached the final of the MLS is Back Tournament in August and currently occupy fourth place in the East thanks to standout play from Portuguese winger Nani and forward Chris Mueller, whose six goals rank third in MLS. Sporting has won each of its previous two home meetings against Orlando by a one-goal margin.