The U.S. and Mexico are facing off this Saturday in the Gold Cup Championship game, and Metro’s got you covered with Gold Line service and shuttles to the Rose Bowl. Check out the details in the press release below:
Take Metro Gold Line to the Gold Cup Championship this Saturday, June 25
On Saturday, June 25, Go Metro to the Rose Bowl in Pasadena without any trouble for the 2011 Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) Gold Cup soccer match championship game.
Twelve teams participated in the Gold Cup competition, but on Saturday it will be down to the final two teams: United States and Mexico. The teams will go head-to-head and the champions will get the chance to compete in the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup soccer tournament held in Brazil.
It’s easy to get there. Take the Metro Gold Line to Memorial Park Station. Free shuttles will start at 3 p.m. from Parsons Engineering parking lot at 100 West Walnut St., Pasadena, just two blocks from the station. You can follow the guide signs to the shuttle buses. Kick off is at 6 p.m. Shuttle buses will be continuous from 3 p.m. until about two hours after the end of the match, meaning that they will be available during the game as needed.
So kick off your Saturday evening with no parking hassles and traffic and instead take the Metro Gold Line to the Gold Cup Championship and cheer!
For more detailed information visit rosebowlstadium.com. To plan a trip call 323.GO.METRO or visit metro.net and click on the Trip Planner.