Boyds, MD (June 8, 2017) – The Washington Spirit has signed a partnership with Comcast Business for the National Women’s Soccer League 2017 season.
As part of the partnership, Comcast Business will be the presenting sponsor of the Spirit ball kids, who help keep the ball moving during games by getting the ball to players when it goes out-of-bounds.
“We are excited to announce our partnership with Comcast Business and look forward to working with them this season and hopefully many more to come,” said Spirit president Chris Hummer. “We’re grateful for their support of our club, the local community and women’s professional soccer.”
Comcast is one of the nation’s leading providers of communications, entertainment, and cable products and services. Headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, Comcast employs over 100,000 employees nationwide. Each day, the Comcast network handles over 142 million completed phone calls, over 136 million delivered emails, and over 12 million received voicemails.
Comcast Business was founded in 2006 and delivers internet, phone, and cable television to businesses. As America’s leading enhanced fiber optic network for Internet and data, phone and TV, Comcast Business provides high reliability and scalability that businesses demand.
The Washington Spirit returns to National Women’s Soccer League competition on Saturday, June 17 for the NWSL on Lifetime Game of the Week on the road against the Chicago Red Stars.
Washington’s next home game will be on Saturday, June 24 against Portland Thorns FC. [TICKETS]