As a result, Philadelphia Union will now establish a waiting list for Founding Members. Philadelphia Union are also now introducing three new ways for corporate clients and supporters to get even closer to the action. Designed to accommodate business entertaining or committed supporters, each plan takes premium seat holders down to field level, at the core of the game and the energy of MLS competition.
“The response from our supporters has been extremely gratifying and momentum keeps building,” said Philadelphia Union President Tom Veit. “True to our commitment to create a unique and exciting fan experience, every seat in the house will be close to the action. In addition, we have created these new plans to bring our fans and clients as close to the intensity of MLS soccer as you can get, combined with first class personal service.”
All three plans provide seat holders with a dedicated premium seating liaison, complimentary parking pass, game program, pre-game field access and Stadium Club access for 17 games during Philadelphia Union’s inaugural season.
Field Level Seats - $2,000 per seat (Minimum Two Seats)
As a Field Level Seat Holder, you get all of the above amenities, as well as priority pre-game terrace seating in the Stadium Club, with spectacular views of the stadium and Delaware River.
Field Side Table - $10,000 per table (Four Seats)
Your private table for four will be along the sideline, not far from the players’ benches. In addition to all of the basic premium seating amenities, there is In-Seat Food and Beverage Service for all Field Side Tables and a Pre-Game Stadium Tour, prior to one match during the season.
Super Club - $7,500 per seat (Minimum Two Seats)
Being in the Super Club gives you the feeling that you’re part of our club! On top of the basic premium seating amenities, Super Club members will have the opportunity to take a flight to one match during the season that includes travel, lodging and stadium entry. A pre-game stadium tour is included, as is complimentary In-Seat Food and Beverage Service plus you’ll have access to our Legends Room, celebrating Philadelphia’s rich soccer history. You even get a choice of either an autographed jersey or soccer ball--one per account.
To find out more about Premium Seating Plans, please contact:
Michael A. Smith, Manager, Suites and Premium Seating
Philadelphia Union will open the 2010 MLS season with their first ever First Kick on March 25 in Seattle vs. Sounders FC in a match televised nationally on ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes. The club’s home opener will be April 10, as Philadelphia Union hosts D.C. United at Lincoln Financial Field.
ABOUT KEYSTONE SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT LLC
Keystone Sports and Entertainment, LLC, is the Philadelphia Union ownership group. It is comprised of Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of iStar Financial Jay Sugarman, CEO and Operating Partner Nick Sakiewicz, Christopher and Robert Buccini and David Pollin, founding partners of the Buccini Pollin Group, Swarthmore Group’s Jim Nevels (Chairman) and Paula Mandle (CEO), and Philadelphia attorney William Doran. For more information about Philadelphia Union, visit www.philadelphiaunion.com.
ABOUT MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER
Headquartered in New York City, Major League Soccer is the top-flight professional soccer league in the United States and Canada. MLS features many stars from the U.S., Canada, and around the world. MLS kicked off its 14th season on March 19, and will feature 15 teams each playing 30 regular season matches. They include Chicago Fire, Colorado Rapids, Chivas USA, Columbus Crew, D.C. United, FC Dallas, Houston Dynamo, Kansas City Wizards, Los Angeles Galaxy, New York Red Bulls, New England Revolution, Real Salt Lake, San Jose Earthquakes, Toronto FC and, in its inaugural season, Seattle Sounders FC. Philadelphia Union will debut as an expansion team in 2010, while expansion teams in Vancouver and Portland will debut in 2011. For more information about MLS, log on to the League’s official website at www.MLSnet.com.
CHESTER, Pa (January 7, 2010)— With less than three months to go before Philadelphia Union’s first-ever First Kick, the expansion Major League Soccer club announces they have sold out their Club Seats—three sections in the heart of the midfield along the team benches sideline.
View of the pitch from the Stadium Club