Florida soccer fans are eager to catch Inter Miami CF take the field in their inaugural MLS season. So much so, that the club sold out of single-game tickets for its home opener next month.

The organization announced that with the sell-out, the only way to secure tickets for their March 14 battle against the LA Galaxy is to become a season ticket owner. However, that option is also becoming scarce with less than 1,000 season tickets up for grabs. Inter Miami CF disclosed that in addition to their debut match, their second and third home matches were also experiencing a high demand for tickets and a limited supply remains for those bouts.

“The response from fans during the pre-sale window for single-game tickets was fantastic,” club COO and Sporting Director Paul McDonough revealed in a statement. “We gave our most loyal fans, our season ticket members, the first opportunity to purchase additional single-game tickets to our first three home games to ensure they always have home field advantage with us.”

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Strong fan response has also come over Nashville SC, which joins Inter Miami as the league’s newest competitors this season. High demand for tickets to their debut match on February 29 forced the club to made additional seating available at Nissan Stadium, while also making appeals to season ticket holders by offering first-time buyer incentives.

Inter Miami CF kicks off their inaugural season March 1 in LA against Los Angeles FC and takes on D.C. United on the road the following weekend before taking the field at their new home, Fort Lauderdale’s 19,000-seat Inter Miami CF Stadium. In addition to their first clash with the LA Galaxy, the club’s home schedule includes matches against the New York Red Bulls, Minnesota United FC, Chicago Fire and more.