Vaccination and Mask Guidelines

In accordance with the COVID restrictions announced Wednesday, January 12 by Mayor Melvin Carter and the City of Saint Paul, all fans ages five (5) and older attending the U.S. Soccer World Cup Qualifier at Allianz Field on February 2 will either need to furnish proof of a completed vaccination series against COVID-19 or proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken under medical supervision within 72 hours of entry. COVID booster shots are not required.

All guests at Allianz Field are strongly encouraged to wear face coverings. Face coverings are required for guests ages two (2) and older in all indoor spaces unless actively eating or drinking. This includes clubs, the Atomic Data Suite Level, Black & Blue Team Stores and restrooms.

Our fans' safety and their gameday experience remain paramount, and we will do everything in our power to make the process as smooth as possible for our fans. More information will be provided in the coming days.

FAQs

What does fully vaccinated mean?
“Fully vaccinated” means it has been 14 days since your second dose of two-dose vaccines like Pfizer and Moderna, or 14 days since a single dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

What proof of vaccination documentation is acceptable?
A CDC-provided vaccination card, a photograph of the card, other government-approved record of vaccination, or a digital APP storing your CDC-provided vaccination card. You will also need a photo ID matching the name on the vaccination card. A photo ID is not required for individuals under the age of 18. 

What does "showing proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken 72 hours prior to the event you're attending" mean?
A negative COVID-19 test means an email, printout or screen shot with the name of the individual and the test result showing the date of the test. Additionally, you will need a photo ID that includes a photograph and name of the individual. A photo ID is not required for individuals under the age of 18. At-home tests do not meet this requirement. 

What forms of government ID are acceptable to verify identity with a proof of vaccination or proof of a negative test?
Acceptable forms of ID are: a state-issued driver’s license, a state-issued ID card, a current passport. 

What kind of COVID-19 test is considered a diagnostic test?
A reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test and/or an antigen test administered by a lab are considered diagnostic tests for these guidelines.

Will at home COVID-19 tests be accepted?
No. 

Are out of state and international COVID-19 test results valid?
Yes, as long as the test is not one that was self-administered. 

What if I am under the age of 18 and I don't have a government issued ID?
A photo ID is not required for individuals under the age of 18.

For questions regarding tickets please reach out to U.S. Soccer at tickets@ussoccer.org