The Wildcats hope to break their own state record.
Fans Encouraged to Participate in Halftime Contest
The New Jersey Wildcats (5-2-2, 17 points) will look to break the New Jersey state juggling record at halftime of its 2012 home finale on Thursday, July 12th, when the team hosts the New Jersey Rangers in a 7:30 p.m. match at Saint John Vianney High School in Holmdel. The Wildcats set what is regarded as the state record in 2009 when it had 675 participants juggle a soccer ball during halftime of one of its games.
“We have had a lot of fun holding the juggling contest in the past, and this is a great way to have our fans become part of our in-game activities,” Wildcats President Kevin McDermott remarked. “We invite everyone throughout the State of New Jersey to come out to Saint John Vianney on the 12th to watch some great soccer and even be part of history if we can break the record.”
Anyone who wants to participate in the halftime juggling contest will need to bring their own soccer ball to the game on July 12th, and they will be escorted onto the field as soon as the first half comes to its conclusion. As a special incentive, tickets purchased in advance for the match will be 50% off the regular game day price of $10. If you are interested in pre-ordering the discounted $5 tickets, email firstname.lastname@example.org to inform the Wildcats of how many you will need.
Individual tickets as well as team and family packages are available for the 2012 home finale, and more information about the Wildcats can be found online at www.njwildcats.com.
The Wildcats are currently engulfed in a heated race for the 2012 Northeast Division crown in the USL W-League. Along with the Wildcats, the Long Island Rough Riders and North Jersey Valkyries are battling it out for the division title with less than two weeks remaining in the regular season. The Wildcats have three more games left on the regular season schedule, and the team will more than likely need to win the division championship to advance to the Eastern Conference Playoffs.