2012 Austin Aztex Season Ticket Package
House Park – Austin, TX
Come watch the 2012 Austin Aztex as they return to PDL action at House Park. Show your support for the home town ATX soccer and don’t wait in long lines at the ticket window.
The $50 Adult season ticket option is a package of eight flex tickets ($80 value) which can be used for single admission to all eight home matches. Have to miss a game? No problem, just use that ticket for a friend at the next one! They may also be combined for multiple admissions to the same match. For example, you can bring multiple friends to one game, or any other combination of friends to multiple games! It’s the ultimate in flexibility.
And remember — kids 10 and under are always admitted FREE to Aztex home matches.
Please note that Adult season ticket packages do not include tickets to Aztex away matches.
For link to Brown Paper Tickets web site click here.
Q&A with Aztex Attacker – Pedro Pereira
soccerATX.com contributor Anthony Mannino spoke with Austin Aztex attacking midfielder Pedro Pereira about the 2012 season. Pereira discusses where he thinks he’ll fit in to coach Dalglish’s system, how his experience in PDL will help the Aztex, and what restaurant he’s most looking forward to visiting in Austin.
Matthew Gray talks with soccerATX.com about Eberly’s Army’s support of the Austin Aztex from Aztex final open tryout. Eberly’s Army is the official supporters group of Austin’s team. More info on the club can be found here.
By Anthony Mannino
April 7, 2012
More than 120 players attended the final tryout on Saturday April 12 at the Kelly Reeves Athletic Complex. This was the final opportunity for Austinites dreaming of making the Austin Aztex squad.
The tryout was for local Austin players to showcase their talents in front of the Aztex coaching staff. And only eight players at the tryouts were not from Austin or had some ties to the city.
Although a few players are, or use to play collegiate level soccer, the majority compete in recreational leagues across Austin. A couple of players that impressed the coaches at the Inaugural Aztex Indoor Showcase were granted the chance to prove themselves outdoors.
The players were divided into eights teams, and after two 30-minute possession drill sessions each team played two 45-minute matches. This gave coaches at least 90 minutes to watch the players in competitive game action.