Ordering Major League Soccer Tickets
• Online: Security is priority one when you order your MLS tickets through Barry's Tickets. Use our 3D seat view chart to select your seats via section, zone or price. Our one step secure checkout will allow you to pay with your credit card, Amazon or PayPal account. Select download, Fed Ex or Pick up from one of our Los Angeles offices.
• Call us: Call (866)708-8499 between 9am-9pm PST. Barry's Tickets is open seven days a week and past the start of your game. You can order over the phone with a Barry's Team member who has been to a MLS Game. Set your tickets for download, Fed Ex or Pick Up even after the game starts.
• Walk In: Yes you can walk into our office minutes from the Rose Bowl! Our office inside the Luxe Hotel is open from 9am-9pm Monday - Sunday. If you ordered tickets you can pick them up there or you can walk in and purchase physical tickets even up till and after your event starts if tickets are still available.
About the MLS
Major League Soccer (MLS) is a professional soccer league with teams in the United States and Canada. MLS is sanctioned by the professional division of the United States Soccer Federation (USSF or U.S. Soccer), which is a member of FIFA. MLS represents the first tier in the American Soccer Pyramid. MLS was formed on December 17, 1993, in fulfillment of Alan Rothenberg and U.S. Soccer's promise to FIFA to establish a "Division One" professional football (soccer) league in exchange for the staging of the FIFA World Cup USA 1994 in the United States. The league began play in 1996 with ten teams and enjoyed promising attendance numbers in its first season. Numbers declined slightly after the first year, but have stabilized in subsequent years. The original 10 teams were divided into two conferences: the Eastern Conference (Columbus Crew, D.C. United, New England Revolution, NY/NJ MetroStars, and Tampa Bay Mutiny), and Western Conference (Colorado Rapids, Dallas Burn, Kansas City Wiz, Los Angeles Galaxy and San Jose Clash). A notable feature of MLS is that all the player contracts are with the central organization, not with the teams. The separate teams are mostly individually operated. This structure permits MLS to impose a team-wide salary cap compatible with US law.