400+ Take In Revolution Game

October 17th, 2009

On Saturday October 17th, over 400 Seacoast United and Seacoast United Maine players, family, and friends traveled to Foxboro, MA to catch the Revolution take on the Chicago Fire at Gillette Stadium.  Prior to the match, 100 Seacoast players representing SUSC, SUSC-ME, and the Junior Academy programs were invited onto the field to watch both squads warm up. 

Prior to the game, Seacoast United presented a donation to Making Strides Against Breast Cancer in the amount of $1000 at an event held in the Fidelity Clubhouse suites at Gillette Stadium.


On Saturday October 17th, over 400 Seacoast United and Seacoast United Maine players, family, and friends traveled to Foxboro, MA to catch the Revolution take on the Chicago Fire at Gillette Stadium.  Prior to the match, 100 Seacoast players representing SUSC, SUSC-ME, and the Junior Academy programs were invited onto the field to watch both squads warm up.  The match had playoff implications for the Revs, who were looking to secure the 8th and final MLS playoff spot.  The two teams battled to a 0-0 draw, which drops New England into a tie for 8th place with Toronto FC.  The Revs still have a chance to make the playoffs in their final game this coming weekend against the Columbus Crew.

 


Prior to the game, Seacoast United presented a donation to Making Strides Against Breast Cancer in the amount of $1000 at an event held in the Fidelity Clubhouse suites at Gillette Stadium.  Pictured from left are Kelly Kelly (SUSC), Lauren Barrett (Making Strides), and Michael O’Connor (WeGotSoccer).  WeGotSoccer and Seacoast United have enjoyed a wonderful relationship over the past 10 years.  Michael’s company is a major supporter of Making Strides and the Club wanted to recognize their effort to find a cure for breast cancer.