Louisville City's Team Shop is making this 502 #LouCityStrong t-shirt available for pre-order through March 29.
$10 of each shirt sale will go to the One Louisville COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund to provide assistance to individuals, families, small businesses, and nonprofit organizations on the front line to those in need.
Lynn Family Stadium was lit green, the color of hope and compassion, during the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. - photo by DMD Visuals
During this time of uncertainty and unrest brought on by the spread of COVID-19 and the measures that are being taken to combat it, LouCity wants to help out wherever we can in a responsible and safe manner.
The primary way Louisville City fans can help is by following local, state and national guidelines on social distancing, frequent hand-washing, and preventative measures.
There are other ways to help as well. We understand that not everyone has the resources, time, or health to chip in and help the community, but for those who do we wanted to provide a few ways that help can be given in a productive and safe fashion.
Please join the LouCity players, staff, and your fellow fans by donating your time, financial resources, and needed items in whatever way is safest and most sustainable for you and your families.
We are in regular communication with our league and local health officials. Our primary focus is the health and safety of our community, players, fans, and staff.
On March 18, the United Soccer League announced an update on its previously announced 30-day suspension of play. The new announcement extends the suspension of play until May 10 to comply with new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Our league has committed to making every effort to reschedule any matches which were postponed during the suspension of play. We understand there are many questions about when the season may resume and what the updated schedule will look like for matches at Lynn Family Stadium. We will provide answers as soon as we have clarity. We are in regular communication with our league and local health officials. Our primary focus is the health and safety of our community, players, fans, and staff.
Good news! Your tickets for each postponed home match will be transferred to the new date of the game once it is scheduled. Your digital tickets will reflect the new date once it has been announced by the league. No need to do anything on your end.
Yes, your seats will still be the same for the new scheduled date. And the good news is you don't have do anything on your end - our staff will automatically transfer the suspended match tickets to the new date for the game once it is announced.
Your parking pass is digital for the 2020 season. The parking pass will still be valid for each home game of the 2020 season. When the postponed games are rescheduled, your pass will still work on the new dates.