Detroit – Detroit City FC announced on Friday a new club ticketing initiative that represents the club’s most significant investment to date in youth football in Detroit.
During the upcoming USL Championship and USL W League seasons, the club will adopt a $1 fee for single match tickets and select group services for all home matches this season at Keyworth Stadium.Season and Flex Pack Packages Purchased from the club’s website – Also included in initiatives for $1 per package.
Proceeds will be donated to the Detroit Sports Federation, the non-profit arm of the club that operates Detroit City FC City Youth.
The new initiative Aspen Labs Project Play, a project to develop, apply and share knowledge that builds healthy communities through sport. The introduction of Le Rouge’s initiative is likely the first time in the history of professional sports in the United States that a professional team has introduced a ticket fee to support youth sports.In 2022, DCFC will have 26 home matches and he will earn $75,000. He has sold more than 100 individual tickets and ticket packages.
“We are committed to making DCFC game days the most affordable, accessible and inclusive professional sporting event in Detroit. No.” Detroit City FC. “But it is equally important to apply the same values to city use, and we thought this would be the ideal vehicle to do so. of people invest directly in growing sport among the youth in their communities, and that means a lot to us as an organization.”
A further incentive for the decision is that DCFC fans and supporters this season will see lower online ticket prices across the board even with the introduction of the new $1 youth football investment, Mann added. I was. No additional costs apply to tickets purchased directly from the Detroit City FC Club Shop in Capitol Park, 1216 Griswold, Downtown Detroit, but donations are welcome.
Detroit City FC City Youth has nearly doubled every year since its inception in 2019. Currently, about 300 boys and girls, mostly from Detroit and Hamtramck, are participating in the program. The club anticipates continued strong growth, and with the team operating on a ‘pay what you can afford’ model, there will also be increased demand for scholarship support.