Greenville Triumph SC has announced the last three theme nights of their inaugural season. The Triumph is back at Legacy Early College on September 13th to begin a stretch of three Friday home matches in a row. Additional details for the matches will be announced in the coming days and weeks.
Reminder: All remaining home games will include a Happy Hour from 5:30 to 6:45 that includes $3 beer and food specials.
In partnership with Bon Secours, the Greenville Triumph will host Triumph Over Cancer Night on Friday, September 13th. Triumph Over Cancer Night plans to increase cancer awareness and pay tribute to individuals and families affected by cancer within the Upstate community.
Earlier this season, local artist Joe Everson painted a live memorial canvas during his national anthem performance at the match against Tucson. Proceeds from the painting , which was auctioned off at halftime, have been used to buy match tickets for cancer research centers and agencies as well as cancer patients and survivors in the Upstate.
Special pregame and halftime ceremonies will highlight those fighting and affected by cancer, as well as unify fans in the fight against the disease.
Individuals and groups wanting to support Triumph Over Cancer Night presented by Bon Secours can do so by donating match tickets to families dealing with cancer. For all donation information and ticket package options, call 864-203-0565.
The September 20th match against Toronto FC 2 will mark Hispanic Heritage Night, paying pay tribute to the multinational heritage of our community, fans and players. Join us as we celebrate the rich history of the Upstate's Hispanic heritage with great music, food and even better company.
The club will recognize influential members of the Upstate's hispanic community pregame and at halftime. Additionally, there will be a Latin DJ (to be announced later) playing all the hits before the match as well as Hispanic-themed food options inside Legacy Early College Field.
The Triumph will close out their 2019 home schedule on Friday, September 27 against Tucson with a celebration of the fans that have made our inaugural campaign so successful.
Festivities will start before the match, as fans can head over to Bramlett Road to see a European Car Show. Once gates open, the first 2,000 fans will receive a commemorative giveaway item in honor of the Triumph's inaugural season. Fans will also be able to participate in a contest with Triumph scratch-off cards that have hidden prizes and discounts to local businesses. After the game, Triumph players will participate in an extended autograph session along the stadium railings.
Leading up to the Sept. 27th match, fans can participate in a social media contest to help us choose who gets to deliver the game ball in the coveted Triumph car. Details of the social media contest will be announced in the coming weeks.