Tickets for the game in El Salvador are going fast, with a capacity crowd of 30,500 expected to pack Estadio Cuscatlán Saturday night.
Interestingly, tickets didn't go on sale until one week before matchday. You can only purchase tickets at the Salvadoran Federation offices or at the stadium box office, and only the Federation office will accept credit cards.
On the home front, more than 14,000 tickets have been sold for the April 1 match against Trinidad & Tobago. Fans from 43 states and three countries will be descending on 'Music City' for the first World Cup qualifier ever hosted in the state of Tennessee.