Glory gives back to Grassroots Football

Glory gives back to Grassroots Football

Posted on February 17, 2015 in 'News'

Perth Glory Football Club, in partnership with more than 150 local football clubs around the state has today launched an exciting and new initiative aimed at boosting the world game at the grassroots level.

Under the plan, every ticket ECU Joondalup players and club members buy to watch Perth Glory take on Brisbane Roar at nib Stadium on Saturday 28th February, they will donate $5 from every ticket sold back to your club and $10 for every family package sold.

Simply tell your players and club members who want to purchase tickets to click on the link below and then enter the password for ECU Joondalup SC

Link: http://www.ticketmaster.com.au/glorycluboffer

Password: ecusc

In addition to the cash being paid back to ECU Joondalup SC, the club that purchases the most tickets will benefit from a full training session at nib Stadium with Perth Glory’s Head Coach Kenny Lowe and will also be in the running to win an East Open Retail Box for our game against Wellington Phoenix on Saturday 14th March.

As a special incentive from our partners Venues West you could also win two tickets to watch the Foo Fighters live on stage at nib Stadium on Sunday 8th March. This offer is only open from 4pm Friday 13th February until 6pm Saturday 21st February.

“It’s been a fantastic season for the club and fans so far, so we want to make sure grassroots football also basks in Glory” said club CEO Jason Brewer. “We urge all clubs to embrace this offer. It’s a great benefit for them, so really it’s a win-win for everyone” he said.

There’s no better time to “Play Football” or watch Glory and if you’re not involved with a local football club, you can still get tickets to the big clash against the Hyundai A-League champions Brisbane at nib Stadium on Saturday February 28 at 6.30pm

So hurry and spread the news by forwarding this email to your entire club and start fundraising for ECU Joondalup SC whilst supporting Perth Glory FC and more importantly football in WA!