From Lifetime.com’s post “Real #SquadGoals: How NWSL’s Most Dedicated Fans Are Changing the Game“:
“Much has been written about the fierce and rowdy Riveters — with anywhere from 1,000 to 1,500 fans in attendance at home games. While they are the largest supporters group in the NWSL, the other nine teams in the league also have supporter groups that are just as proud. Groups like Cloud 9 (Sky Blue), the Spirit Squadron (Washington Spirit) and Chicago Local 134 (Chicago Red Stars) all bring amazing energy to the games.”
See you Saturday for Chicago vs. Houston live on Lifetime from Toyota Park – tailgate starts at 1:00pm!
This should link you to today’s game. If you want to watch on your TV, you can use AppleTV or Chromecast to cast the game from your devices!
Join in the North Lot for a tailgate at 1:00pm (BYOB) and then stand with us behind the goal in the Harlem End for the best experience!
Where to find us on game day
RSVP on Facebook – all are welcome!
While any person who wants to join us for games and tailgates is welcome, we are able to fund our efforts thanks to our dues-paying members. Don’t forget to join us this year!
For just $20 you can be an official member. Your donation gets you:
- A direct link to the cheapest season ticket price – just $180 goal line season tickets in the official supporters’ section (118, the Harlem End)
- Brand new Chicago Local 134 sunglasses
- A discount on our (soon-to-be-revealed) 2017 t-shirt
- Access to our member’s-only communication stream
Donating above and beyond the standard $20 amounts will earn you eternal gratitude and maybe even drumming privileges.
What does your $20 fund?
- Tailgate food and drinks
- Banners & sign-making supplies
- Game day transportation
- Drum upkeep + other misc. items purchased for the group at-large.
The more members we have, the more we can do to make CRS game days memorable!
Expect an email upon purchase with ticketing information. Direct all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or @ChicagoLocal134 on Twitter.
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