San Francisco's newest PDL team - the SF Glens SC - launched their innovative volunteer rewards program - SF Glens Dibs. The new program invites soccer fans to volunteer for Game Day support activities in exchange for club rewards. People can sign up at www.sfglens.com/dib_sessions.
Participants in the "Dibs" program accumulate reward points redeemable for high-quality SF Glens apparel such as scarfs, soccer jerseys, sweaters and more. There are a range of activities for Dibs program members to choose from, with the ultimate goal to help provide an exceptional soccer experience for fans and families.
Announcing the program today, Club President and General Manager J. Ramon Estevez said, "Since its founding in 1961, the SF Glens has had tremendous community support. Our new Dibs program invites community members to help us in this next phase and in doing so, they get to be part of something fresh and exciting as well as receiving some really nice SF Glens apparel."
The club released their 2018 Season Home Schedule last week and is seeking volunteers for it's 7 Home Games played at Boxer Stadium as well as other activities. Volunteers can opt for a single game or as many activities as they wish. To sign for the Dibs program visit www.sfglens.com/dibs_sessions.
We hope that you'll join us for what promises to be a fantastic season of soccer and fun!
About the San Francisco Glens
Founded in 1961, the San Francisco Glens have been a mainstay of the San Francisco soccer landscape for decades, winning numerous titles in the historic San Francisco Soccer-Football League and competing for National titles throughout the 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s.
With the addition of the San Francisco Glens PDL team, and in partnership with their youth club, San Francisco Glens Evolution, the Glens form the largest soccer club in San Francisco, providing all levels of competition to nearly 1500 youth and adult soccer players.
About the Premier Development League
A part of the United Soccer Leagues, which also operates the Division II USL, the newly-announced USL Division III and Super Y League, the PDL has served as the proven stepping-stone for aspiring professionals.
Nearly 70 percent of all MLS SuperDraft selections since 2010 have PDL experience, including a total of 59 alums chosen in 2017. Among the many players to have played in the PDL before making their professional debuts include Newcastle United FC defender DeAndre Yedlin, 2017 MLS Goalkeeper of the Year Tim Melia, 2017 MLS Defender of the Year Ike Opara and U.S. Men’s National Team members such as Darlington Nagbe, Brad Guzan, Geoff Cameron and Tim Ream.