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New England Revolution to Host Fourth Annual “Bowl for a Goal” Presented by Arbella Insurance on August 1

Tickets for the Revolution’s charitable bowling event are now on sale

Foxborough, MA – The New England Revolution Charitable Foundation’s hallmark annual event Bowl for a Goal presented by Arbella Insurance (#BowlforaGoal) – will return for a fourth year on Wednesday, August 1 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. ET at Splitsville Luxury Lanes in Patriot Place. Bowl for a Goal provides fans with the opportunity to spend an evening alongside Revolution players, coaches, on-air talent, and local celebrities. All profits from the evening benefit Special Olympics Massachusetts in its mission to provide year-round sports training and competition for individuals with intellectual disabilities. General admission tickets are now on sale for $35 and can be purchased online here.

“We look forward to reuniting the Revolution family, supporters, partners, and our friends at Special Olympics for another special evening celebrating inclusiveness,” said Revolution President Brian Bilello. “This event has become a cornerstone for the club and we couldn’t ask for better partner than Special Olympics Massachusetts and all of the athletes on our Unified team. We’re also grateful to our partners at Arbella Insurance, as this event has continued to grow over the last four years. We look forward to another successful outing this summer.”

Emceed by 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Rob ‘Hardy’ Poole, the event will feature a live performance by Massachusetts native and singer/songwriter Ashley Jordan (ashleyjordanmusic.com), who won the 2017 Boston Music Award for Country Artist of the Year. Bowl for a Goal will also provide music from complimentary food and drinks, various activities for adults and children, and a silent auction and raffle.

“We are thrilled to be partnering with the Revolution and the Special Olympics of Massachusetts for the fourth consecutive year on Bowl for a Goal,” said Gayle O’Connell, executive vice president and chief marketing officer of the Arbella Insurance Group. “This year is especially meaningful as the Special Olympics celebrates its 50thanniversary. It’s incredible to see firsthand how their work is supporting children and young adults with intellectual disabilities and we’re proud to be able to help this event grow and continue to make an impact.”

The silent auction and raffle feature a diverse collection of exclusive memorabilia, including the following:

  • Signed Revolution jerseys from several chart-topping musical acts
  • Boston sports memorabilia including signed Revs, Patriots, Red Sox, and Celtics jerseys
  • A customized New England Revolution Xbox One with games
  • One-of-a-kind experiences including game and concert ticket packages

In each of the last three years, the Revolution raised more than $60,000 for Special Olympics through Bowl for a Goal. The partnership between two organizations extends far beyond the fundraising events, as they have again teamed up for a summer full of events aimed at promoting an environment of inclusivity and friendly competition through the power of sports.

“Special Olympics is celebrating the 50th anniversary of our movement and it is in no small part because of the support we have received from our partners. The New England Revolution are a prime example of this,” said Mary Beth McMahon, President and CEO of Special Olympics Massachusetts. “They not only host fundraisers like the 2018 Bowl for a Goal presented by Arbella Insurance, but they work to integrate Special Olympics athletes into the culture in Foxboro. Each year a Unified soccer team takes the field at Gillette Stadium as part of the MLS Exchange program, the Revs roll out the red carpet and host a signing day, media/training day with the first team, and create and share digital content for the Unified team – just like with the first team. With more partners like the New England Revolution, Special Olympics is well on our way to being around for another 50 years!”

The Revolution field a Special Olympics Unified team, which sees athletes with and without intellectual disabilities sign contracts with the club, train with first-team players, and play in a Unified match against the Philadelphia Union’s Unified squad. On May 16, the athletes met with Head Coach Brad Friedel, signed their contracts with the club, and received authentic Revolution kits. The Unified match will take place at Gillette Stadium on August 11, following an MLS matchup between the Revolution and Union.

For up-to-the-minute information on the Revolution, visit the team’s official web site at revolutionsoccer.net, or join the conversation and interact with fans on any of the team’s social platforms.

Revolution sign local talent as first official eMLS competitor

Foxborough, MA – The New England Revolution have signed John Oliveira, known by his gamertag as JKO1707, as the club’s first official eMLS competitor. Oliveira earned his contract by excelling in the club’s open tournament last month and will represent the Revolution in the inaugural eMLS Cup at PAX East in Boston from April 5-8, 2018.

In eMLS Cup, Oliveira will compete against 18 other representatives from MLS clubs for a chance to qualify for the EA Sports FIFA 18 Global Series Playoff on the road to the FIFA eWorld Cup. For complete details on eMLS Cup, please visit MLSSoccer.com.

“We are pleased to welcome John as the club’s first eMLS competitor and are excited to have found such a talented player right in our own backyard here in Massachusetts,” Revolution President Brian Bilello said. “We always aim to put out a competitive and exciting product on the field, and now with JKO1707 representing the Revs, we’ll look to do the same on the virtual pitch at eMLS Cup.”

“I am thrilled to be representing the Revolution and to be a part of eMLS,” Oliveira said. “I’m a very competitive person and am committed to winning, and I know the club shares that goal. I want to not only be the best player in eMLS, but also the most exciting for fans to watch and cheer for.”

Oliveira, 24, joins the Revs with a passion for soccer and an impressive list of achievements in his young competitive gaming career. He brings more than 13 years of FIFA experience and started his 2017 competitive campaign by topping his group and finishing in the top-six overall at the 2017 Miami Regional. He followed up that performance with another top-six finish at the Vancouver Regional.

In his most recent tournament, Oliveira competed in the FIFA Interactive World Cup (FIWC) Regional Qualifier in Los Angeles. He advanced out of the group and finished one win shy of qualifying for the World Finals in London, but finished the tournament ranked among the top eight in EA SPORTSTM FIFA 17 in the region (North, South, and Central America).

Oliveira, who spent his early years living in Brazil, was raised in Oak Bluffs, Mass. on Martha’s Vineyard and will soon be attending the University of Massachusetts Boston. A former soccer player himself, Oliveira’s passion for the game translated from the pitch to the screen after an ankle injury, leading him to continue his pursuit of competitive soccer through FIFA.

About eMLS Cup
The inaugural MLS Cup will take place from April 5-8, 2018 in Boston, Mass. at PAX East, the premier gaming and culture showcase. The preliminary rounds begin on Thursday and Friday, April 5 and 6 at the eMLS HQ, with knockout rounds on April 7 and the Conference Championships and eMLS Cup Final on April 8. All matches on Saturday and Sunday will take place at the PAX Arena main stage and will be livestreamed through the conference’s Twitch channel, as well as via MLS and MLSSoccer.com.

The 19 competitors will be divided into two conferences according to their affiliation – 10 clubs in the Eastern Conference and nine in the Western Conference. Competitors will select their squad of 11 starting players, seven bench players, and five reserve players. Each team must have three MLS players on the field at all times, including two players from the club they represent.

The eMLS Cup winner will win a berth in the EA SPORTS FIFA 18 Global Series Playoff on the road to the FIFA eWorld Cup. The top 32 competitors in the Global Series Playoff will advance to the FIFA eWorld Cup in August, where the winner will be crowned the undisputed FIFA 18 World Champion.

Transaction: New England Revolution sign John Oliveira (JKO1707) as the club’s official eMLS competitor on March 16, 2018.

Name: John Oliveira
Gamertag: JKO1707
Position: New England Revolution eMLS Competitor
Hometown: Oak Bluffs, Mass.
Date of Birth: November 1, 1993
Nationality: United States

New England Revolution Expand Community Collaboration with America SCORES Boston

New program will provide a week of programming for one student with every goal the Revs score at home

Boston, MA – The New England Revolution are committed to making a lasting impact on the lives of young people in the Boston community, which is why the club is expanding its community collaboration with America SCORES Boston.

The collaboration between the Revolution and America SCORES will help the organizations better assist under-resourced youth in greater Boston while also cultivating the growth of soccer throughout the region. As a key part of the Revolution’s commitment, the club will continue to host the SCORES Cup, the premiere city-wide fundraising soccer tournament that raises over $300,000 annually for America SCORES Boston programming.

The new collaboration also features a matching-donation program, “Revs Score, America SCORES,” aimed at providing financial support to enable America SCORES Boston to continue providing its program free of charge to Boston area youth. For every Revolution goal scored at Gillette Stadium, the New England Revolution Charitable Foundation will contribute $100 per goal, which equates the cost of one week of programming for one child. All donations by the Revolution will be matched by one of America SCORES Boston’s corporate partners. “Revs Score, America SCORES” was announced at the sixth annual America SCORES Boston Celebration Gala at the Cyclorama at Boston Center for the Arts on Oct. 6 and will take effect immediately.

“The Revolution are always looking for ways to make a meaningful impact on the lives of young people in our community, which is why working alongside America SCORES has been so deeply rewarding,” said Revolution President and America SCORES Board Member Brian Bilello. “This program not only allows us to make a difference in their lives by supporting future programming, but it also provides another avenue through which we can share the great game of soccer with the next generation.”

“America SCORES is deeply appreciative of the New England Revolution’s commitment to working with us in helping under-resourced youth in Boston,” said John Maconga, executive director of America SCORES Boston. “I am delighted we are expanding our collaboration and will continue to work together for years to come.”

Additionally, the collaboration will expand player involvement with youth in America SCORES Boston’s after-school program through Revolution Academy-run soccer clinics and participation in SCORES’ Service Learning Projects.

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About the New England Revolution Charitable Foundation:
The New England Revolution Charitable Foundation is the nonprofit organization through which the Revolution support charitable and philanthropic organizations throughout New England. The foundation assists a variety of charitable organizations and programs by supporting their health and wellness and sporting initiatives. In particular, the Revolution target activities specifically aimed towards youth programs and programs with close ties to the game of soccer. This support comes in the form of both direct grants and in-kind donations of tickets and Revolution memorabilia used at charity fundraisers, and through player appearances at charity functions and educational programs. For more information about the New England Revolution Charitable Foundation please visit the community page at revolutionsoccer.net/community.

About America SCORES Boston:
America SCORES Boston offers under-resourced youth in Boston Public Schools an innovative blend of soccer, academic support and enrichment programs that fosters the development of the whole child – as an athlete; a student; and a caring, confident, and engaged member of the community. Our programs empower youth to create positive in their lives, in their communities and around the world. SCORES serves over 1,400 youth each year and is one of the largest and fastest growing school-based after-school programs in Boston. Founded in 1999, America SCORES Boston is an independent, federally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit and an affiliate of America SCORES, founded in 1994. For more information, please visit www.americascoresboston.org.

Liverpool Football Club to Participate in Series of Bay Area Community Appearances, Cultural Visits, Press Conferences, Media Availabilities & Open Training Sessions as Club Visits U.S. for Pre-Season Tour

Liverpool Reds face EPL Rivals Chelsea FC at Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA on July 27;
Italian Giants AC Milan on July 30 at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara & AS Roma at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on August 1

WHAT:
As Liverpool Football Club (LFC) returns to the U.S. for the 2016 pre-season tour the club will participate in a series of community activities, cultural visits, press conferences & training sessions throughout its week-long stay in the Bay Area.

WHO:
Liverpool Football Club Players, Managers, Legends, Executives & Supporters

WHEN:
Thursday, July 21

  • 11:30 am Post training interview availability, Stanford
  • 1:00 pm LFC visit to Alcatraz, San Francisco

Friday, July 22

  • 9:00 am LFC visit to Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco
  • 3:30-5:00 pm Street Soccer USA: LFC Soccer Clinic with children and young people Tenderloin Children’s Playground, San Francisco

Saturday, July 23

  • 10:00-11:00 am Liverpool Foundation Special Olympics Soccer Clinic, Bellamarine College Preparatory, San Jose

Sunday, July 24

  • 10:00-11:00 am Liverpool Foundation Junior Soccer Clinic, Addison-Penzak Jewish Community Centre, Los Gatos

Monday, July 25

  • 3:30-5:45 pm Soccer School appearance, Addison-Penzak Jewish Community Centre, Los Gatos

Friday, July 29

  • 3:30-4:30 pm LFC visit to Ronald McDonald House, 520 Sandhill Road, Stanford

Saturday, July 30

  • 9:00-12:00 pm Liverpool Foundation Street Soccer USA Clinic, The Yard at Mission Rock, San Francisco
  • 7:00-9: 30 pm Liverpool vs AC Milan match, Levi Stadium, San Francisco

NOTE:
LFC will distribute daily media alerts containing further event details& information on participants, available Club spokespeople, locations & timing surrounding each media opportunity & availability.  For more information on Liverpool FC’s 2016 U.S. pre-season tour visit www.lfctour.com.

Media Contact
Keith Gainsboro, Elevate Communicaitons: 617-895-7905, kgainsboro@elevatecom.com

 

Papa Gino’s and the New England Revolution to Kick-off “Play, Eat, Score” Contest for Youth Soccer Teams

The Program’s Fourth Year Will Feature Surprise Visits from Revolution Players,
 Papa Gino’s Pizza Parties and Prize Packs

Dedham, MA – Papa Gino’s and the New England Revolution are teaming up for a fourth consecutive year for the “Play, Eat, Score” contest. The contest awards five local New England youth soccer teams with the ultimate prize: a surprise visit from a Revolution player and a Papa Gino’s pizza party at their soccer practice.

“The Revolution are proud to once again partner with Papa Gino’s for the “Play, Eat, Score” contest,” said New England Revolution President, Brian Bilello. “Papa Gino’s has been a fantastic supporter of the Revolution and we are excited to be able to work with them again to give some of our young fans a chance to meet and learn from their Revolution heroes while enjoying Papa Gino’s pizza.”

Teams can be nominated to win “Play, Eat, Score” through an entry form that can be found online at www.revolutionsoccer.net, the official website of the Revolution. Coaches, family members and players are encouraged to enter their teams. Winners will be selected and awarded from April – June 2016.

Last year, the “Play, Eat, Score” program connected a number of Revolution stars with local youth soccer organizations. Players such as Darrius Barnes, Steve Neumann, Brad Knighton and Scott Caldwell attended a practice session of the winning teams, helping teach the young players some of the skills and drills that they learned on their path to becoming pros, while also delivering Papa Gino’s pizza to the teams.

“Papa Gino’s truly believes in this program,” said CEO Mark DeBlois. “It’s a great opportunity for youth athletes to meet and practice with their role models and enjoy a pizza party from New England’s hometown pizzeria.”

In addition to the surprise visit and Papa Gino’s Pizza Party, each winning team receives a prize pack that includes great items from both Papa Gino’s and the New England Revolution.

To enter your team to win, please visit www.revolutionsoccer.net/playeatscore and tell us why your team should have a Revolution player deliver the prize package to your practice.

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Papa Gino’s, Inc.
Based in Dedham, Massachusetts, Papa Gino’s, Inc. is the parent company of Papa Gino’s and D’Angelo Grilled Sandwiches.  Papa Gino’s, Inc. operates more than 300 company-owned and franchised Papa Gino’s, D’Angelo and dual-location restaurants and employs more than 5,000 people.  Both D’Angelo and Papa Gino’s are committed to providing high-quality products, attentive service, clean, convenient, attractive restaurants and a premium value experience for every guest.  The company culture, which is characterized by its values, a strong work ethic and the fair treatment of people, includes a large number of people who have spent their entire working lives in these restaurants, keeping the passion for excellence alive.  For more information about Papa Gino’s, Inc. and its brands, please visit www.papaginos.com

New England Revolution
The New England Revolution is one of Major League Soccer’s original clubs, having competed in the league’s inaugural season of 1996. The Revolution are owned and operated by the Kraft Family, which also owns and operates the New England Patriots of the National Football League, and Gillette Stadium. Commonly known as the Revs, the club has won the Eastern Conference Championship five times – including three straight from 2005 to 2007 – while advancing to the Eastern Conference Championship an MLS-record six straight years from 2002 until 2007. The Revolution, who won the 2007 U.S. Open Cup and the 2008 SuperLiga titles, are based in Foxborough, Massachusetts and play their home games at Gillette Stadium. For more information about the Revolution, please visit the club’s official website www.revolutionsoccer.net or interact with the Revs on their various social media platforms by using the hashtag #NERevs: Twitter (@NERevolution), Facebook (NERevolution), Google+ (+NERevolution), Instagram (NERevolution), Vine (NERevolution) and YouTube (NERevolutionSoccer). www.revolutionsoccer.net

Soccer Stars “Kick-It” with Fans to Support Boston Youth at Annual America SCORES Boston Gala

Olympic Gold Medalist Cat Whitehill and New England Revolution star Jose Goncalves
join fifth annual “SCORES Celebration” to raise funds for soccer and academic programming

Who:

  • Olympic Gold Medalist and Former Boston Breakers Player/Coach Cat Whitehill
  • New England Revolution Star Jose Goncalves
  • New England Revolution President Brian Bilello
  • New England Revolution Play-By-Play Broadcaster Brad Feldman
  • America SCORES Boston Executive Director John Maconga
  • Boston youth enrolled in America SCORES Boston programming

What:
The fifth annual SCORES Celebration gala to raise funds for America SCORES Boston’s soccer, academic support and enrichment programming for Boston’s at-risk youth. The evening’s festivities will include leading soccer stars and youth program beneficiaries who will take to an indoor soccer pitch for skills & drills demonstrations, youth poetry recitals, a live auction and epic foosball competitions. New to this year’s Celebration is a celebratory banner raising in recognition of 11 years of America SCORES Cup action. This year, SCORES will honor 2015 Cup champions Signal Ridge Capital Partners (Premier Division Champions) and Wells Fargo Securities (First Division Champions, two time winner) and will unveil banners for past SCORES Cup champions as they raise all 11 to the rafters of Cyclorama. Attendees will also enjoy a taste from local restaurants including Estragon, Morton’s, Teranga, Orinoco, Super Fusion and more, as well as craft beer from Boston’s own Samuel Adams.

When:
Thursday, October 8, 2015
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Where:
Cyclorama at the Boston Center of the Arts
539 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02116

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About America SCORES Boston
America SCORES Boston offers youth in Boston Public Schools an innovative blend of soccer, academic support and enrichment programs that foster the development of the whole child – as an athlete; a student; and a caring, confident, and engaged member of the community. SCORES serves more than 1,400 youth each year and is one of the largest and fastest growing school-based after-school programs in Boston. Founded in 1999, America SCORES Boston is an independent, federally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit and an affiliate of America SCORES, founded in 1994. For more information, please visit www.americascoresboston.org.

Media Contact
Erin Evanoka, Elevate Communications: 646-456-9649, eevanoka@elevatecom.com
John Maconga, America SCORES Boston, 781-343-1776, jmaconga@americascores.org

Revolution Stars to Jump Behind the Bar for Celebrity Bartending Fundraiser on September 2

Agudelo, Goncalves, Jones to serve as Celebrity Bartenders at annual fundraiser benefitting the ThinkTaylor Foundation

Who & What:
New England Revolution stars Juan Agudelo, Jose Goncalves and Jermaine Jones will help raise money for charity by becoming amateur mixologists at the Revs’ annual Celebrity Bartending fundraiser on Wednesday, Sept. 2. The trio will be behind the bar at McGreevy’s in Boston, serving signature drinks and additional libations to those in attendance. All proceeds from the evening will benefit the ThinkTaylor Foundation, which was founded by Revolution legend Taylor Twellman.

The Celebrity Bartending fundraiser will kick off at 6:30 p.m. at McGreevy’s, with Agudelo, Goncalves,  and Jones scheduled to serve up cocktails from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The Rev Girls and team mascot, Slyde, will also be on site with a series of Revolution giveaways, as well as a raffle for fans in attendance featuring signed memorabilia and tickets to the Revs’ home game against Orlando City SC on Saturday, Sept. 5.

There is no cover charge for the event, however fans must be 21 and older and possess a valid ID for entry.

When:
September 2, 2015
6:30 p.m. – Event Begins
7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. – Players to bartend

Where:
McGreevy’s
911 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02115

Media Contact:
Kevin Flight, Elevate Communications: kflight@elevatecom.com

Santander Bank Hosts Back-to-School Celebration with New England Revolution Star Forward Charlie Davies in Honor of 2015 Santander Soccer Scholars Program

Event at Bank’s Framingham Branch to Feature Skills Demonstration & Autograph Signing by Davies,
Giveaways, Prizes & Refreshments in Celebration of Local Students’ Athletic & Academic Successes

What:
School’s back in session! Santander Bank, N.A. is hosting a public meet and greet with New England Revolution star forward Charlie Davies to celebrate the Bank’s Santander Soccer Scholars program, which recognizes New England students’ academic achievements. Davies, a New England native, serves as the champion and official face of the 2015 Santander Soccer Scholars program.

Attendees will have the opportunity to improve their soccer abilities during a skills and drills demonstration led by Davies, pose for pictures with the Revolution Mascot Slyde, enjoy complimentary refreshments, win prizes, and nominate a deserving local student as a Santander Soccer Scholar. The free event will offer chances to win a VIP match day experience throughout the season and the first 20 people in attendance will receive tickets to an upcoming Revs game.

To nominate a child for the Santander Soccer Scholars program, parents are invited to submit up to 100 words highlighting their child’s finest academic accomplishments from the 2014-2015 school year by visiting http://www.revolutionsoccer.net/santander-soccer-scholars.

Who:

  • New England Revolution forward, Charlie Davies
  • Slyde, the New England Revolution Mascot

When:
Tuesday, September 8, 2015 3:30 – 5:00p.m.

Where:
Santander Bank
5 Whittier Street, Framingham, MA 01701

Enter Online:
www.revolutionsoccer.net/santander-soccer-scholars

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About Santander Bank
Santander Bank, N.A. is one of the largest retail banks in the United States by deposits. Its main corporate offices are in Boston and it operates principally in Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. Santander’s 9,800 employees serve its 2.1 million customers through more than 670 branches and approximately 2,100 ATMs, call centers, website and mobile app. Supervised by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Santander in the United States is a wholly-owned, financially autonomous subsidiary of Banco Santander (NYSE: SAN), a global commercial and retail bank. For more information about Santander, visit www.santanderbank.com or call 877-768-2265.

New England Revolution’s Charlie Davies to Lead Soccer Skills and Drills Demo; Green Fans in Celebration of Santander Soccer Scholars

Star Forward to Teach Kids Soccer Tricks of the Trade at Bank’s Woonsocket Branch;
Event to Feature Giveaways & Prizes in Celebration of Local
Students’ 2014-2015 School Year Athletic & Academic Successes

What:
Summer soccer celebration with New England Revolution star forward Charlie Davies in recognition of Santander Bank, N.A.’s Santander Soccer Scholars* program. Those who are attending the event, which is open to the public, will have the opportunity to meet and pose for pictures with Charlie Davies. They will also be able to improve their soccer techniques during a skills demo led by Davies, win prizes, enjoy complimentary refreshments, and enter a deserving local student they know to be a Soccer Scholar. The first 20 people in attendance will receive tickets to an upcoming Revs match.

Who:

  • New England Revolution Forward Charlie Davies
  • Santander Region President, Brian Azar
  • Mayor of Woonsocket, Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt
  • Revs Girls

When:
Thursday, July 16, 2015
3:30 – 5:30 p.m.
3:40 – 4:45 p.m. skills and drills with Davies

Where:
Santander Bank
411 Social Street
Woonsocket, RI 02895

Why:
Great visuals of local kids dribbling and juggling the ball as well as trying their hand at fancy footwork with soccer pro Charlie Davies in the Providence market.

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About Soccer Scholars
The Santander Soccer Scholars program recognizes the academic achievements of New England students. For a chance to participate in the Santander Soccer Scholars program, parents are invited to submit up to 100 words highlighting their child’s finest academic accomplishments from the 2014-2015 school year at http://www.revolutionsoccer.net/santander-soccer-scholars now through October 1, 2015. Each winner, selected at random, will receive four tickets to a designated home match, one parking pass, and a photo opportunity with Charlie Davies. Depending on their ages, winning children will also have the chance to serve as an Official MLS Ball Kid, be the ball carrier or participate on the Revolution Dream Team, where they will walk onto the field with the Revolution starting lineup and stand with the players during the national anthem.

About Santander Banke
Santander Bank, N.A. is one of the largest retail banks in the United States by deposits. Its main corporate offices are in Boston and it operates principally in Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. Santander’s 9,703 employees serve its 1.8 million customers through the Bank’s 703 branches, 2,092 ATMs, call centers, website and mobile app. Supervised by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Santander in the United States is a wholly-owned, financially autonomous subsidiary of Banco Santander (NYSE: SAN), a global commercial and retail bank. For more information about Santander, visit www.santanderbank.com or call 877-768-2265.