Philadelphia Eagles Fans Vie For Once-In-A-Lifetime Opportunity To Attempt A Field Goal During A Home Game At “Santander Field Goal Challenge” Try Outs

Fans Compete for Chance to Attempt a Game Day Field Goal to Win $10,000 and Score an Additional $10,000 Donation for a School of the Winner’s Choice

Cody Parker Philadelphia Eagles kicker
More than 40 Eagles fans pre-selected to participate in the “Santander Field Goal Challenge” try outs
Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders
Angela Moultrie, Santander VP and Regional President for New Jersey Central and Pennsylvania

More than 40 Philadelphia Eagles fans will vie for a football fan’s dream prize: a once-in-a-lifetime
opportunity to attempt a field goal from the 20 yard line during halftime at the Eagles’ November 22
home game against Tampa Bay.

To make the cut, the amateur kickers will step onto the turf in the Field House at the
NovaCare Complex, the Eagles’ official training facility, for the “Santander Field Goal Challenge”
try outs. Those fans, who won the exclusive right to take part by correctly answering
trivia questions about Eagles alumni as part of Santander Bank, N.A.’s online contest
in partnership with the NFL team this fall, will attempt to convert successful
field goals from increasing distances until one finalist remains.

A successful conversion on November 22 will net a $10,000 prize. An additional $10,000
will be donated to the regional K-12 school of the winner’s choice, both courtesy
of Santander, the Official Bank of the Philadelphia Eagles.

Thursday, November 5, 2015
*Media check in at 5:30 p.m*
**Competition begins at 6 p.m.**

The Fieldhouse at NovaCare Complex
One NovaCare Way, Philadelphia, PA, 19145

Great visuals of Eagles fans putting their talent to the test and competing against one
another for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity as well as a good cause. The “Santander Field
Goal Challenge” presents a unique experience for diehard Eagles fans with the team as wellas a way
for Santander to continue to extend its community engagement and support of local education.

For media access/credentials, please contact Erin Evanoka,
Elevate Communications, 646-456-9649,