This Sunday, LFC Boston members will have priority entry to the Phoenix Landing for Championship Sunday. Need I tell you that LFC could still win the title this year!
Doors will open at 8:30am. LFC Boston Members Only will be allowed in to the bar 8:30-8:45am. (15 minute window) Simply skip the line and show your member card to the bouncer.
Non-members will not be allowed into the bar until 8:45am sharp. There will be no exceptions.
One member card = one entry.
If you are a member and arrive after 8:45am, you will have to get in line with everyone else as priority entry WILL NOT apply after 8:45am.
I advise members to get to the Landing no later than 8:15am. There will be one line for members and one line for general admission.
NBC will be at the Landing on Sunday and want to do live shots of LFC Boston singing before, during, and after the game. Bring your scarves and flags, and your singing voice and let’s show America and the world, what our wonderful supporters club is all about. Also, please post your photos to Twitter using #LFCBoston, #PHXSoccer, and #BPLonNBC and we’ll ReTweet them during the game on the @LFCBoston account – so will NBC and the Phoenix Landing.
We are Liverpool.
(If you are not a member but want to watch the game with LFC Boston on Sunday, you are advised to get in line as early as possible.) Once members get into the bar, there will be room for 40-60 LFC fans through general admission.
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