U.S. Women's National Volleyball Team vs. Japan Women's National Volleyball Team World Class Volleyball and the U.S. Women Come to SoCal
The U.S. Women's National Team won the 2012 Olympic Games silver medal in London and is the No. 1 ranked team in the world. The Japan Women's National Team won the 2012 Olympic Games bronze medal in London and is ranked No. 3 in the world. The U.S. are known for their offensive weapons; the Japanese are arguably the best defensive team in the world. Buy tickets now for this one-of-a kind event!
Showcasing the Stars in Southern California
The U.S. Women's National team features the best players in America. Many are from Southern California or played for colleges in the local area and the fans will come out to see them in action versus international competition for the first time since their silver medal performance at the London Olympics. The American players are tall and quick with incredible jumping ability. The game is also attracting new fans due to the incredible grace, athleticism and fierce competitiveness of the American players.
Karch Kiraly: New Head Coach
The most famous volleyball player in the world, American Karch Kiraly (gold medals in three Olympic Games) has taken the reins of the American team. Everyone is anxious to see if Karch's tremendous success as a player indoors and on the beach will translate into gold medals for the women's team. The USA-Japan Series will be the team's first home country appearance under Karch's leadership and large crowds are expected to see his coaching debut.
Hear the thunderous roar of the crowd as these powerhouse teams serve, dig, set, hit and block like you've never seen before.
The state-of-the-art Walter Pyramid at Long Beach State can accommodate up to 5,000 fans. There is general admission with a limited number of VIP reserved premium seats available for this event, so buy your tickets now and be sure not to miss out.
The VIP Hospitality will open 90 minutes before game time at 5:30 pm. Main doors to the Arena will open one hour before the first serve.
Paid parking near the arena is available. Please allow time for a short walk.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to see Olympic athletes up close and personal and get an autograph from the US Team. Wear your team colors and bring your friends for an exciting outing. And please help spread the word by sharing this link on Facebook.
VIP Information: VIP Tickets Include Premium Reserved Seating courtside at the arena; access to a private VIP hospitality lounge VIP Parking at the Venue Pre-match hospitality including finger food and beverages (beer and wine) from 5:30 p.m. Pre-match "chalk-talk" with USA Women's Head Coach - Karch Kiraly Prize drawings and contests related to the match Special court-side VIP reserved seating area Post-match hospitality - deserts and beverages Special appearances by members of the USA Team Announcement of prize winners Wrap up-comments by Head Coach Kiraly. BUY TICKETS NOW!!
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