After its four upcoming games on the road, FC Tampa Bay will be returning to Al Lang Stadium on Saturday, September 17 at 7:00 p.m. to face the NSC Minnesota Stars on Mainsail Suites Hotel and Conference Center Title Night.
Not only will this be a critical game in the push for the playoffs, but it will be for a good cause as well. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and FC Tampa Bay is hosting a Pink Out game with the Florida Suncoast Affiliate of Susan G. Komen to join the fight against breast cancer. Susan G. Komen For The Cure will also have a booth on the concourse or for more information, click here. Be sure to wear something pink to the match to show your support!
FC Tampa Bay will also be hosting a Scout Night.
Any scout group that brings 10 or more people to the game gets to participate in the pre-game rally tunnel experience and receive an official FC Tampa Bay scout patch.
All scouts are encouraged to wear their uniforms to the game.
In addition, Petland of Largo and FC Tampa Bay will be partnering up to present the World's Largest Hamster Race. Contestants can sign up to participate in this race through Petland of Largo. Any child that signs up will receive a free ticket with the purchase of a ticket. To register, call Petland of Largo at (727) 230-1979 or contact Chelsea Bendert in the FCTB front office at (813) 287-1539.
At the game there will also be several local youth soccer clubs from around the area attending the game. Don’t miss out on this exciting game!
For more information on how you or your organization can be a part of gameday and the many activities at an FC Tampa Bay match, contact the FCTB front office at 813.287.1539.
You can also purchase tickets to all home games by clicking here.