We’re set to take the pitch in 2025 for our Inaugural MLS Season! Secure your place in history by reserving your spot on the priority selection list to become a season-ticket holder. All it takes is a single, non-refundable $18 deposit.

Symbolic of the 18 cities that make up San Diego County, and as a commitment to build a community-driven club, all proceeds from the deposit campaign will be donated by San Diego FC to the San Diego Foundation.

Your deposit will serve as a contribution to support non-profit organizations working to promote the development of and access to the beautiful game, as well as other community initiatives and charitable purposes across San Diego County.

Snapdragon Stadium is a 35,000-seat multipurpose venue serving as the largest soccer specific venue in the country. The stadium is owned by San Diego State University and operated by OVG360. Purpose built for soccer with a safe standing supporter section, site lines, and diverse premium offerings. As part of SDSU Mission Valley, Snapdragon Stadium serves as a year-round entertainment destination and hub of community engagement.


Mohamed Mansour

The British-Egyptian entrepreneur Mohamed Mansour jointly owns San Diego’s MLS club through his UK-based family office, Man Capital, which invests with impact and purpose across a range of sectors including education, technology, healthcare, logistics and clean energy, as well as soccer.

The firm has an established track record in soccer as the owner of Right to Dream, one of the most purpose-driven organisations in the sport. The Right to Dream community operates soccer academies, schools and professional teams in Denmark, Ghana and Egypt. A Right to Dream academy in San Diego will be an integral feature of the new venture.

In addition, Man Capital owns significant assets in California through its logistics company, Vanguard Logistics, and a venture capital fund that it helped to set up in 2017 called 1984 Ventures, which in turn supports more than 50 tech start-ups. Man Capital was an early investor in future Silicon Valley giants such as Facebook, Airbnb and Twitter.

Social impact, environmental investment, and nurturing the next generation have always been at the core of Mr Mansour’s investment strategy.

Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation

The Sycuan Tribe are San Diego’s ancestral family, with over 12,000 years in the region of Southern California and Mexico.

As industry leaders in hospitality and entertainment, among other ventures, they own the top casino and resort destination in San Diego County.

They lead multiple award-winning community outreach programs which focus on youth development.

They have been major sponsors of professional sports in San Diego for over 30 years, including the MLB’s Padres and the NFL’s Chargers.

This venture makes history and breaks the glass ceiling as the first ever Native American ownership group in global football.

Founding Partners

Manny Machado Brad Termini Tom Vernon (Right to Dream Founder) Tom Penn (CEO) Dan Dickinson
This club is a part of the community.



Click here to place a deposit.

Correct. Your $18 deposit indicates to San Diego MLS that you have interest in learning more about potential seating options at Snapdragon Stadium. The donation is non-refundable and will go to the San Diego Foundation to fund non-profits investing in the development of youth soccer across San Diego County.

The exact date when tickets for the new San Diego MLS club will go on sale has not yet been announced. However, place a deposit to secure your opportunity to learn more.

Yes. There will be various season ticket options for fans to purchase.

Certain seat holders at Snapdragon Stadium were granted the first right to purchase if an MLS team were to play at the stadium. Those seat holders have been notified via email and a San Diego MLS representative will be in touch with them in the coming months. If you are unsure if you were granted first right of refusal, please refer to the seating agreement you signed when securing your San Diego State Football tickets.

The new San Diego MLS club is set to start playing at Snapdragon Stadium in 2025.

The official name of the new San Diego MLS club has not yet been announced.

The new San Diego MLS club will play in the Major League Soccer.

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Contact tickets@SanDiegoFC.com for more information.

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