Babies born at Crozer in Chester or Delaware County Memorial Hospital in Upper Darby on rivalry game days for the Philadelphia Union are receiving a “Philly Born” onesie, certificate and three tickets to a future Philadelphia Union game through a new partnership.
The first nine recipients in the new partnership between the Union and Crozer-Keystone were born on game days against New York Red Bulls (June 8) and New York City FC (June 29).
Yesterday we kicked off a joint program with @PhilaUnion, "Fan for Life," where babies born on rival game days at Crozer and DCMH receive a "Philly Born" onesie, certificate, and three tickets to a future game. Meet Sawyer and Colton, and congrats to the Union on a big win! #DOOP pic.twitter.com/UfTs5U7DR7— Crozer-Keystone (@CrozerKeystone) June 9, 2019
Although our @PhilaUnion suffered an ugly 2nd half during their road loss to New York City FC on Saturday, We welcomed 7 beautiful new “Fans for Life” into the world. (top from left) Roman, Camila, Jucontee “Trey” (bottom from left) Lee’Mayra, Landon, Olivia, & Za’Ryah. ⚽ pic.twitter.com/k2BtSuGWBx— Crozer-Keystone (@CrozerKeystone) July 1, 2019
A huge congratulations to the families of all nine babies born so far since the initiative began.