Philadelphia Union Announces New Partnership with Visit Delco

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Philadelphia Union is proud to announce a joint partnership with Visit Delco, a new proud partner of the Philadelphia Union and Subaru Park. This partnership includes a presenting sponsorship of Field 7 in the newly created WSFS Bank Sportsplex, a Platinum Partner level sponsorship of Army Navy Cup, and matchday signage throughout Subaru Park at all Union matches.

“As a community-oriented club, we are always looking for partners who share our values and passion for amplifying and promoting our wonderful community,” said Charlie Slonaker, Chief Revenue Officer at the Philadelphia Union. “Visit Delco shares in our commitment to enhancing experiences for all visitors and fans to the area and we look forward to a meaningful collaboration.”

Looking for a way to make the fan experience even more engaging at the WSFS Bank Sportsplex, Visit Delco will install large letters reading D-E-L-C-O near Field 7 which will serve as an interactive piece where fans can pose with and use the letters as a photo backdrop as they head into Union matches. Visit Delco will also collaborate with local Chester youth to help create the artistic design that will eventually be incorporated onto the letter installment, shining a light on the vibrant art communities in Delaware County.

“We couldn’t be more excited to partner with The Philadelphia Union and Subaru Park. They are a large part of what makes Delaware County an amazing place to live, work and play,” states Steve Byrne, Executive Director of Visit Delco. “Visit Delco is committed to highlighting all the incredible attributes that our county has to offer.”

As a Platinum Partner of the Army Navy Cup, Visit Delco receives premium promotional exposure, integration into the halftime show, and activation space on Subaru Park’s fan plaza on match day. Additionally, Visit Delco will sponsor a monthly digital content series on the Union's social media channels and have branding presence on Union match days with signage displayed on the videoboard, LED ribbon boards, concourse signage, and plaza activations.