Greenville Triumph Soccer Club announced a partnership with PNC Bank, which includes the creation of PNC Corners for Kids, a community program benefiting the Overbrook Child Development Center.
As part of the partnership, the Triumph’s new premium field-level experience, PNC Field Club, features pitch-side seating, food and beverage, parking and other amenities for ticket holders.
“We welcome PNC Bank to the Greenville Triumph family and are excited about partnering with them in the community and to deliver a great new experience for our fans,” said Greenville Triumph president Chris Lewis. “This partnership is aligned with our mission to bring joy and positive impact to our Upstate community. In addition, it provides a tremendous new platform for our fans, bringing them closer to the action on the pitch while also providing a fantastic entertainment and social experience.”
The Triumph will also host PNC’s Grow Up Great Night Match on Apr. 26. During this game, a teacher hero from Overbrook will be recognized, the PNC’s bilingual initiative Grow Up Great program will have a table at both entrances and one fan under 5 years old will receive a giveaway prize pack. In addition, PNC Bank will donate $10 per corner kick at each Triumph home game.
“PNC and the Greenville Triumph share a commitment to supporting our communities,” said PNC regional president for Western Carolinas Weston Andress. “Through the Great Night match, we have a terrific opportunity to highlight the importance of early education. We look forward to celebrating the critical role teachers play in preparing pre-K students to learn, grow and succeed in and out of the classroom.”
UPDATE: Due to coronavirus concerns, the club may postpone upcoming events, according to a statement on its website. “Triumph SC will announce rescheduled matches at a later date as more information becomes available,” said the club, “and we will work with partners and community leaders to reschedule any appearances, events, watch parties or gatherings of fans and staff.”