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Philadelphia Union Foundation announces membership program for fans

Funds to help teens across the region, benefits range from tickets to a Union Game to special access to VIP places at the Subaru Park

This week the Philadelphia Union foundation announced a new way fans can support the foundation, by joining its membership club. The new club has four different levels, all with different benefits. If you are interested in joining the new club you can click the link here.

The four different levels are broken down to the amount of money you would commit to donating monthly. It is either $10/$25/$50/$100 a month. Each level comes with a welcome pack, a newsletter that will be sent out three times a year, exclusive digital backgrounds, U.S. Open Cup group outing and ticket donations to a cause of your choosing. From there the benefits change from tickets to home game all the way to a table at the Foundation’s legends of Soccer Gala.

The Union broke down the Membership levels by pack names. You can see what each of them receive in the bulleted list below.

  • The Captain Pack ($10 per month) consists of one (1) orange Union/Chester ‘homegrown’ co-branded t-shirt.
  • The All-Star Pack ($25 per month) consists of one (1) orange Union/Chester ‘homegrown’ co-branded t-shirt and one (1) Union/Chester ‘homegrown’ co-branded scarf.
  • The MVP Pack ($50 per month) consists of one (1) orange Union/Chester ‘homegrown’ co-branded t-shirt, (1) Union/Chester ‘homegrown’ co-branded scarf and one (1) Union/Chester ‘homegrown’ co-branded hat.
  • The Legends Pack ($100 per month) consists of one (1) orange Union/Chester ‘homegrown’ co-branded t-shirt, (1) Union/Chester ‘homegrown’ co-branded scarf, one (1) Union/Chester ‘homegrown’ co-branded hat and one (1) Union/Chester ‘homegrown’ co-branded hoody.

The Union Foundation says by joining the club your funds will go to help support high school soccer teams in Chester. It will also be used to build safe places for families to throughout the Philadelphia Region, develop a mental fitness program for teens, and help with educational initiatives for Chester students.