As the Official Wellness Partner of AFC Ann Arbor, Saint Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor and The Mighty Oak have teamed up for St. Joe’s Night set to take place on Saturday, June 24th, when Ann Arbor hosts FC Indiana at 7PM.
St. Joe’s will provide free stadium seat cushions to the first 250 fans (gates open at 6pm) in addition to offering discounted tickets to all Saint Joseph Mercy Health System associates.
MOVE Wellness and Probility Physical Therapy will also be on-site that evening. MOVE will have equipment available for fans to test out and learn first hand the benefits of Pilates and gyrotonics. Probility Physical Therapy, who provides AFC Ann Arbor players with injury prevention and treatment, will also be offering free injury assessments to fans.
Leading up to St. Joe’s Night on the 24th, the hospital will also be sponsoring the St. Joe’s Adult Soccer Clinic at Scicluna Field at Eastern Michigan University. Registration is free and the event is open to the public for adults of all ages and ranges wanting to learn, or fine tune their soccer skills and knowledge. Register for free here.
About AFC Ann Arbor
Associate Football Club (AFC) Ann Arbor sprung roots in the summer of 2015 competing in the Great Lakes Premier League. In 2016, The Mighty Oak as they’re also known, bumped up to the National Premier Soccer League to compete at an even higher level joining the likes of Lansing United and Detroit City FC. In their inaugural season in the NPSL, Ann Arbor was one of sixteen teams (out of 96) to qualify for the playoffs. After a successful inaugural campaign in the NPSL, The Mighty Oak have been in 1st place all season long in the Great Lakes Conference.