Kudos to RSL for arranging a $300 non-stop flight for RSL fans from Salt Lake City to Seattle for the big game. The best part? The flight will be on the RSL branded plane. Other one-stop flights are available at $99 per flight.
ESPN has announced its broadcast plans for the game and lead-up to to the match. Highlights inclulde an ESPN Classic presentation on the lead-up to the Cup and notifcation that the broadcast will be seen in 122 countries. Perhaps most interesting, the article also notes that the Galaxy/Dynamo Conference Final, despite the 11:25 start tine and and 36 minutes of power delays, was the most watched MLS broadcast in ESPN history, with more than 700,000 viewers and a .5 rating. These numbers do not include an additional 120,000 on ESPN Deportes.
Finally, Red Bull Arena has been announced as a host site for the Football World Series. The four team tournament will take place in the Summer of 2010 and will include a number of prominent world club teams. The Red Bulls will be one of the teams involved.