New York, NY (PRWEB) November 10, 2013
Ticket Down announces that they have lowered prices on all tickets for the friendly soccer match between Argentina and Ecuador at MetLife Stadium on Friday, November 15th. MetLife Stadium is the current home of the New York Giants and New York Jets. This venue is located in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The stadium opened in 2010 and has already been home to many memorable events including World Wrestling Entertainment's WrestleMania 29, which saw more than 89,000 fans in attendance. The arena will be home of this year's Super Bowl in the National Football League and is also the home of an international soccer friendly between Argentina and Ecuador on November 15.
In the Ecuadorian national soccer team, fans will get a chance to see a team ranked 22nd in the world by the Fédération Internationale de Football Association, or FIFA. The team first reached the World Cup tournament in 2002 and then had their best finish in 2006 when they reached the round of 16 before they were knocked out by England, 1-0. In the 2014 World Cup qualifying tournament, Ecuador snuck into the fourth spot from their bracket, narrowly edging Uruguay in goal differential by four.
Most soccer fans, novice and crazed know what they will get with the team from Argentina. They will get a team with great history dating back to the days of Diego Maradona to where they currently sit with Lionel Messi. The 26-year-old is one of the best players in the world and one of the most feared scorers in the sport. Until recently, he held the record for most goals in a calendar year in the Champions League. He has scored with ease throughout his international club career, scoring more than 300 goals combined including his time on the Barcelona B and C teams.
Argentina has a long established history in World Cup action, winning two titles in four finals appearances. The nation won their first World Cup in 1978, joining Uruguay and Brazil as the only winners from South America. They also won in 1986, defeating West Germany in Mexico. The team also competed in the first World Cup, losing to Uruguay 4-2 and also lost to West Germany 1-0 in 1990. Ever since, the team as struggled to be consistent in the world's most popular soccer tournament. They have failed to finish in the top three and have finished in the top 10 just three of five tournaments since. In 2002, they had the worst finish in their nation's World Cup history, failing to get out of group play, finishing in 18th position.
Ecuador finished in 24th place in their first venture into the World Cup in 2002 earning just a single win. In 2006, they picked up two wins and finished 12th overall. They are a team hoping to gain momentum with a great showing against the powerhouse team from South American ranked as the third best in the world.
Ticket Down has a great selection of seats for the big event between Argentina and Ecuador at MetLife Stadium on Friday, November 15th. This venue is one of the most popular new stadiums in the country and will provide an exciting atmosphere for soccer fans to enjoy the action between these two amazing teams.