ODP Night at UNH Men’s Soccer – Tuesday, November 1st
NEW HAMPSHIRE ODP NIGHT
We are excited to have players and families of New Hampshire Olympic Development Program (ODP) join us on November 1 at Wildcat Stadium. We hope families from all age groups and genders can attend on Tuesday night to support New Hampshire Wildcats playing their final regular season match vs. UMass Lowell. The New Hampshire Wildcats are currently 11-3 and in first place in the America East. ODP Director, Brad Campion, is the assistant coach of the Wildcats and U12 Boys Head Coach, Panos Galatas, is the program’s Director of Operations. Come out and watch the highest level soccer in the state of New Hampshire!
ODP Families, check your emails for more information coming from Ed Royer, ODP Administrative Director, email@example.com
WHERE: WILDCAT STADIUM, DURHAM NH
WHEN: Tuesday, Nov 1st at 6 PM
WHAT: UNH VS UMass Lowell
ENTRY IS FREE
PARTICIPANTS YOUR NIGHT INCLUDES:
- Tailgating on Bremner or Tucker Fields starting at 4 pm
- Watch warm-ups from the sidelines
- Tunnel entrance for UNH players as they walk out from the locker room
- Youth players are chosen by you to participate in the “International Walk-On” with UNH players for the national anthem
- Ability to use field during half-time for 10-12 minutes of small-sided games
- Announcement over PA system
- Meet UNH players for pictures and autographs following the game
4:00pm: Families arrive and park in Boulder Lot- 145 Main Street, Durham, NH
4:00pm-5:00pm: Families tailgate in parking lot. Youth players (8th grade and younger) are allowed to use Bremner Field, if it is reserved for us, or Tucker Field.
5:00pm-5:45pm: Families and youth players can watch warm-ups and interact with the UNH players
5:45pm: Youth players line up for ‘Hype Tunnel” and to participate in the International Walk-Out and National Anthem.
6:00pm: Families and youth players return to the stands to watch the first-half
6:40pm: Youth players head down to the side of the field/gate to get on.
6:45pm (Half-time): Half-time scrimmages. Your organization graphic displayed on scoreboard, announcements made about the youth club, etc.
6:55pm-8:00pm: Youth players return to stands for second half. Staff and families to clear the field quickly
Post-Game: UNH players sign posters, take a group photograph, Next game graphic on the scoreboard