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Rio Tinto Stadium is the home to Major League Soccer club Real Salt Lake and its USL associate team, Real Monarchs SLC. The stadium opened on October 9, 2008, and seats 20,213 for soccer, but can be expanded to over 25,000 for concerts.The stadium hosted the 2009 MLS All-Star Game, the second leg of the 2011 CONCACAF Champions League Finals, and the final of the 2013 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup. It was also a host stadium during the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup, and a host for final stages of the 2015 CONCACAF Men's Olympic Qualifying Championship.
Real Salt Lake has six main supporter groups: La Barra Real, The RioT Brigade, Rogue Cavaliers Brigade, Royal army, Section 26, and Salt City United. All six groups of an undying passion and love for Real Salt Lake. These supporter groups occupy sections 8-12. If you are a die hard Real Salt Lake fan, sitting in any of these sections is a must. However, if you are more of a casual fan, these sections may be a deterrent. Real Salt Lake have some of the most loyal and fierce supporter groups in the MLS.
Rio Tinto Stadium has numerous options for in game premium seating. Stadium Suites provide state of the art, suites, ranging in size from 15 seats to 35 seats. Every suite comes equipped with a Flat Screen TV, comfortable couches and chairs, padded leather seats for event viewing, granite countertops and a refrigerator. Ledge boxes offer your own personal open-air box on the ledge of the Stadium Club patio with a gourmet buffet and non-alcoholic drinks included for all games. Zion's Bank Club Seats are the third option of premium seating. 904 seats, located at mid-field on the west side of the stadium, surround the team tunnel where the players enter and leave the field. Three different levels of club seats exist, varying based on proximity to the field.
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