It’s game time! Gather your troop and families together to celebrate the start of summer by cheering on our local pre-professional women’s soccer team, the Minnesota Aurora!
- WHEN: Wednesday, June 14 at 5:00 pm
- WHERE: TCO Stadium (Eagan)
Attendees are invited to pre-game festivities starting at 5:00 pm—meet our new CEO, Marisa Williams, participate in hands-on Girl Scout activities, and enjoy food for purchase. After the game, don’t forget to get your favorite players’ autographs in Autograph Alley!
Girl Scouts can attend with their troop or parent/caregiver. Groups should follow the Adult/Youth ratios outlined by Safety Activity Checkpoints (more adults are welcome!)
Registration is limited to members with a 2024 Girl Scout membership through Sunday, June 4. After this date registration opens to all members.
- Girl Scout Youth Registration: $18
- Includes General Admission seating, access to Girl Scout activities, and an exclusive Girl Scout Night at the Aurora patch.
- Adult and Guest Tickets (non-members welcome): $18
- Includes General Admission seating. Additional tickets may be purchased for up to 5 guests (troop leaders, adult chaperones, family members, etc.) per registered Girl Scout.
If you are an adult Girl Scout member who is not affiliated with a Girl Scout youth member, please call Customer Care at 800-845-0878 to register for the event.
Tickets will be distributed upon check-in at the event. To facilitate a smooth check-in experience, we recommend purchasing guest tickets for the number of people accompanying each Girl Scout.
Who are the MN Aurora FC?
Started in 2021, Minnesota Aurora is a women-led, community owned soccer team that plays in the USL W League. The club is dedicated to the dismantling of racism, misogyny, and bigotry of all kinds. They are dedicated to using soccer to bring together communities and lift up women and girls from marginalized communities. Being community-owned means that fans have stakes in the team. 3,080 people invested during our overwhelming community investment campaign. Community Owners elect members to serve on the board and are a part of major decision-making throughout the year.