Racing Louisville FC is pushing to “Fill the Fam” and set its new Lynn Family Stadium attendance record when hosting star-studded Angel City FC at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 19.
The club is aiming to draw its first-ever 10,000-person crowd after a Racing-record 8,729 attended last year’s Fill the Fam game.
In addition to action on the pitch, fans can expect:
- A postgame fireworks show
- A T-shirt giveaway to the first 1,000 fans thanks to Kroger
- Free game day posters to the first 2,500 fans
- An enhanced pregame Fan Zone and seltzer garden experience opening at 5 p.m.
- Fan Zone featuring a pregame $2 beer happy hour starting at 6 p.m., live music, food trucks, lawn games, soccer on the mini-pitch and inflatables
- A Louisville City FC away game watch party in the seltzer garden with kickoff at 5:30 p.m.; concessions will also be available
Season ticket members will also receive an email leading up to the games detailing how to redeem special secret menu items and any other exclusive offerings. Those without tickets yet can purchase below.
Racing-Angel City tickets and parking
Chasing a first playoff berth, Racing Louisville — a member of the NWSL, the world’s top women’s soccer league — will host Angel City amid the frenzy of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Final kicking off the following morning.
Racing will be represented all summer at the World Cup by multiple members of its roster, including breakout star midfielder Savannah DeMelo, who received a call-up to the U.S. Women’s National Team.
“We are excited to bring together the entire Louisville and Kentuckiana region to support the players of Racing Louisville,” said the club’s general manager, Ryan Dell. “Filling the Fam against Angel City will help give Racing the best home-field advantage in the NWSL.”
Stadium gates open an hour before kickoff for LouCity and Racing home games. Fans can arrive early to enjoy the Fan Zone at the open/Waterfront end of Lynn Family Stadium.
An award-winning facility in the Butchertown neighborhood, Lynn Family Stadium opened in 2020. It boasts seating in close proximity to the field, ideal sight lines, a view of downtown and a number of amenities, including a state-of-the-art video board and free WiFi.