The 'Nack 12.7.16

Help Kick Hunger!

Saturday, December 10th at 7pm

This year the Blue Meanie will be joining us as our guest host for Help Kick Hunger! Come out this Saturday, December 10th from 7-10pm to Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company for our annual food and fundraiser to benefit the Bernardine Center in Chester. We will be collecting nonperishable food, we will hold a raffle and auction featuring one of a kind items, team and player signed items, and plenty of other great prizes (if you would like to donate a prize, please email There will be a 50/50 raffle, and the Nicks Roast Beef food truck will be there serving up some of Philly's best roast beef! You will have a choice of Roast Beef or Pulled Pork with fries.

Admission includes 2 drinks and 1 item from the food truck and two raffle tickets. Tickets purchased now through December 9th will be $35, tickets purchased at the door will be $45.  U21 tickets are $25 in advance and $35 at the door.

Help us by collecting nonperishable food items at your place of business leading up to HKH.  All donations would be greatly appreciated!

Tickets can be purchased at:

SoB Board Members Needed

The Sons of Ben want you to join the board of elders!  We are now accepting applications/nominations for the following board positions. The dealine for submission is Monday December 12th at 5:00pm. Anybody interested may email

Tailgate Director

Do you like planning, organizing, and setting up events? Then we need someone like you to be our tailgate director!  In this position you will be responsible for planing and executing tailgates at home games, coordinate game day volunteers, and manage food and equipment inventory.  You will also work with the Travel Directors and other Board members to provide food for away games and other special events.

Philanthropy Director

The Sons of Ben believe in giving back. We want to give back to the City of Chester and its people, we want to help support the growth of soccer in the Delaware Valley, and we want to make an impact in causes that we believe are important to us and our members.
The Philanthropy Director is in charge of planning and executing all SoB charitable events including but not limited to: Help Kick Hunger, Stache Bash, Pints Fur Pets, School Supply Drive and other causes that may change throughout the year. They are also expected to partner and help out with other groups to collect items for Crafts for Cancer and Coats for Cancer. They will need to form connections or continue the partnerships we have already built with local businesses in order to solicit for raffle and auction items. They also have to be able to say no, because a lot of groups and people will come to you to ask for us to help.


Membership Director

The Membership Director is responsible for promoting SoB membership. They are also expected to organize the annual membership campaign and will coordinate and assist with the distribution of membership packages. They will maintain updated membership rolls throughout the year. They will respond to questions related to SoB membership status, as well as any Membership-related issues. Additionally, we are looking for someone who can help us to coordinate our 10 year anniversary efforts

Membership Renewals 

Purchase your Sons of Ben membership before the end of the year to receive discounted pricing! For a short time only it will be $27 to renew your membership and $30 for new members.
Starting on January 1st pricing for memberships will increase to $30 to renew and $35 for new members.

Click HERE to purchase a 2017 membership!

When you are renewing your membership, and deciding where to sit, I want to remind you that the River End, is a supporters section. These should not be looked at as the cheap seats, if you are thinking of selecting seats in the River End because it's not as much as other sections, and not because you want to support the team, you don't want to yell, sing, cheer, wave your flag, jump around, smell like smoke, lose your a supporter, than I implore you, do not choose seats in the River End.


Jon LightComment