Tickets will be available for purchase at Cardinal Park prior to the match or in advance through the UofL Ticket Office by calling (502) 852-0120 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Live video of the match will be available to subscribers of CardsTV at GoCards.com, while live scoring will be provided through the Gametracker feature on the men’s soccer schedule page at GoCards.com.
The Cardinals clinched a share of the inaugural American Athletic Conference regular season title and improved to 10-3-2 overall with a 2-1 win at Memphis on Saturday night. Saint Louis enters the week at 9-3-2 overall following a 2-0 home win at Duquesne on Sunday. Last season, the Billikens were 16-5-0 overall winning the A-10 title before falling in the second round of the NCAA Championship to Fairleigh Dickinson.
Up Next for Louisville
Following Thursday’s match, Louisville closes the regular season by hosting USF in the American Athletic Conference finale for both squads. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m., ET as the Cardinals look to clinch sole possession of the regular season conference title.
Halloween for Hunger at Cardinal Park
The Louisville men’s soccer program is teaming with fans to help in the fight against hunger with the Halloween for Hunger campaign, a partnership of University of Louisville student-athletes along with the MetoWe organization. MetoWe is an organization that strives to change lives not by dollars earned, but by the number of lives changed, along with a positive social and environmental impact. In America, approximately 1 in 5 children live in households that struggle to put food on the table with the state of Kentucky ranking fifth in the nation in poverty at 12.7 percent.
Throughout the month of October, U of L athletes have been collecting canned food items at men’s soccer home matches and for every can donated, fans receive a voucher for a free ticket to the Cardinals’ home game against Saint Louis. Cans can be exchanged on Thursday night as well at the marketing table located on the north end of Cardinal Park with all items being donated to The Lord’s Kitchen.
Thursday’s match will also feature a night of Halloween fun for kids. Dress up in your favorite costume for a halftime Halloween parade, pregame trick-or-treating around Cardinal Park, face painting, poster making & other Halloween fun hosted by University of Louisville student-athletes. The fun begins at 6 p.m., when the gates open at Cardinal Park.