Angel City FC land new partnership deal with Chevrolet

As part of the partnership, Chevy would provide finances to transfer up to 100 ACFC fans to every home game.

The National Women’s Soccer League team, Angel City FC (ACFC), has announced a new partnership with a car manufacturing company, Chevrolet. With this collaboration, the company has become a founding partner as well as the exclusive sponsor in the Mass Market Auto Manufacturer bracket.

Chevy, like every other ACFC sponsor, collaborated with the club’s community process to determine ways to reinvest 10% of the alliance back into the community via the Angel City Sponsorship Model. As part of the partnership, Chevy would provide finances to transfer up to 100 ACFC fans to every home game.

Moreover, ACFC’s active content, community, and street team vehicles are being upgraded. Chevy creating additional automobiles from their award-winning lineup to carry out the assessment continue to make a positive contribution to the community and is firmly attached to fans throughout Southland in a secure and effective manner.

Catherine Dávila, ACFC Head of Community, said, “If you build it, they will come doesn’t apply when transportation is one of the key barriers to access faced by large swaths of our LA community. Together with Chevy, we are ensuring that the youth and families of our impact partners in some of the most traditionally underserved areas of the city get to take part in all aspects of the ACFC experience.

“A minimum of 100 community members will attend each home match, free of charge, with full transportation to and from the stadium provided by Chevy. We are grateful to Chevy and the GM family for their support of ACFC on so many levels and really look forward to bringing the partnership to life.”

Chevrolet also engages in the club’s popular Fan Fests near the venue and other fan events prior to all home matches as part of this joint effort.

ACFC will produce a five-part content series titled “Cruisin’ LA,” which will premiere in August and feature the team and players. They will also create ‘Drive-Up’ content for match days, as well as an unexpected and delightful parking advantage for select enthusiasts at home games.

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