Victory offers tickets to high schools 

San Francisco’s fledgling, professional soccer franchise, the California Victory, announced Wednesday that it will make available 57,000 season tickets free to The City’s public-school students.

The estimated $7 million in gratis season passes are part of a marketing campaign aimed at attracting young soccer fans and their families to Kezar Stadium for the first home games of the still largely unknown Victory. All students have to do is attend one of the first three Victory home games, redeem a flyer and claim the tickets.

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