FURY HOME OPENER SET AGAINST CHIHUAHUA SAVAGE

by Bill Norris

Oct. 06, 2021

Coming off its most successful season to date, the Ontario Fury return for the 2021-22 Major Arena Soccer League season focused on one thing: Bringing a championship to the City of Ontario.

The Fury kick off its #ChampionshipBound season at the Toyota Arena on December 15 at 7 p.m. against Chihuahua Savage.

Head Coach and Assistant GM, Jimmy Nordberg states “We, at the Ontario Fury, are thrilled and excited to get back on the turf at Toyota Arena in front of the best fans in the MASL!  We ARE Championship Bound and want to show the community what a fantastic team we have!”

Opening night will be "Essential Workers/Public Safety Night” and all essential workers and public safety personnel will receive free tickets to the game. Ticket requests for the game can be made through the Ontario Fury’s website at: ontariofury.com/essentialworkers.

The Fury's 2021-22 home schedule at Toyota Arena features games against West Division rivals, San Diego Sockers, Tacoma Stars and Chihuahua Savage, as well as non-division games against Utica FC, Florida Tropics, and Kansas City Comets.

The Fury will open the 2021-22 campaign with a preseason friendly against Ontario Fury II at Toyota Arena on November 30 at 7:00 p.m. This matchup marks the return of the Ontario Fury II team, as they get ready for the much-anticipated MASL2 season.

The Fury are committed to bringing a championship to the Inland Empire and throughout the offseason the organization has been steadfast in their mission to achieve that goal, both on and off the field. On the field, the Fury's roster returns many of the same players from last year's championship run, as well as several new signees who will help bring that elusive championship to the City of Ontario.

“I am looking forward to a full season of soccer where we get a chance to win our first championship, I believe we have the best team we could assemble with the best coach in the league.” states managing partner Jeff Burum.

Off the field, the Fury organization remains committed to serving the community and its fans. This summer was one of the most successful in team history, with more than 1,000 youths participating in Fury soccer camps that took place throughout the Inland Empire region. The team’s front office was also expanded, and it has worked diligently throughout the offseason to improve and broaden the fan experience.

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Season and group ticket packages are on sale now through the Ontario Fury’s office. Single game tickets will go on sale soon and may be purchased through the Ontario Fury website or at the Toyota Arena box office.

Also, fans are encouraged to stay up to date on Toyota Arena’s COVID-19 safety rules and procedures. Toyota Arena is now a cashless experience, and all guests must provide verification of vaccination status or provide a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of the event. For information, go to Toyota-arena.com/guest-services/code-of-conduct.

For the complete 2021-22 schedule, or for more information, head to OntarioFury.com.