How to buy single game tickets for the Los Angeles Sparks

Get ready fans, the best of the WNBA is set to take the floor once again. The three-time champion LA Sparks will play 17 home games at legendary STAPLES Center during the upcoming 2018-19 season as they strive to return to the Finals for the third year in a row. 

There’s a wide variety of tip-off times this season, ensuring all fans the opportunity to see the Sparks live and in person. The earliest start time is at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 12 as the Sparks welcome the Dallas Wings (click here to get tickets). As usual, the Sparks host a multitude of night games that begin at 7:30 p.m.  

The home schedule kicks off on Sunday, May 27 with a battle against the Phoenix Mercury and the dynamic duo of former MVP Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner (click here to get tickets). Anytime the 6’9" Griner comes to town there’s a good chance of seeing a posterizing slam. LA fans get a first look at the newly relocated Las Vegas Aces (former San Antonio Stars) in the second matchup of a home-and-home series on Sunday, July 1 (click here to get tickets).  

And of course, the Sparks embark on the quest for vengeance against the defending WNBA champion Minnesota Lynx on Sunday, June 3 (click here to get tickets). The two teams have met in the past two Finals, taking home one trophy each. 

Check out the full Sparks 2018-19 home schedule at STAPLES Center below and click the links to get tickets right here on

LA Sparks 2018-19 Home Schedule at STAPLES Center.

May 27 - Phoenix Mercury (Get Tickets)
June 3 - Minnesota Lynx (Get Tickets)
June 7 - Seattle Storm (Get Tickets)
June 10 - Chicago Sky (Get Tickets)
June 12 - Atlanta Dream (Get Tickets)
June 19 - Indiana Fever (Get Tickets)
June 24 - New York Liberty (Get Tickets)
June 26 - Dallas Wings (Get Tickets)
July 1 - Las Vegas Aces (Get Tickets)
July 3 - Connecticut Sun (Get Tickets)
July 7 - Washington Mystics (Get Tickets)
July 12 - Dallas Wings (Get Tickets)
July 20 - Indiana Fever (Get Tickets)
July 24 - Atlanta Dream (Get Tickets)
Aug. 2 - Minnesota Lynx (Get Tickets)
Aug. 5 - Phoenix Mercury (Get Tickets)
Aug. 14 - New York Liberty (Get Tickets)