Ruffneck Scarves Provides Scarves to Philadelphia Union Season Ticket Holders

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Major League Soccer's official scarf licensee produces custom scarves for 2012. Union hosts Colorado in March 18 home opener.

Ruffneck Scarves, officially licensed scarf provider to Major League Soccer, is producing custom scarves for the Philadelphia Union’s 2012 season ticket holders.

Philadelphia hosts the Colorado Rapids in the first home match of 2012 on Sunday, March 18, at PPL Park in Chester, Penn. First kick is 4 p.m. ET. Last year PPL Park attendance averaged 99 percent of capacity for Union regular season games.

“Philadelphia has some of the most enthusiastic fans you will find in sports, and our scarves have been around the necks of Union fans these past two seasons,” said Ruffneck Scarves president Jeff McIntyre. “Coming off a playoff appearance last year and with the All-Star Game coming this summer, there should be plenty of scarves raised when the boys march onto the field.”

PPL Park will be the site of the 2012 AT&T MLS All-Star Game on July 25.

The Union, who qualified for the 2011 MLS Eastern Conference Semifinals, begin the 2012 season on March 12 at Portland. That match will be nationally televised on ESPN2 at 9:30 p.m. ET.

Ruffneck Scarves has also produced scarves for season ticket holders of the Colorado Rapids, Columbus Crew, D.C. United, Montreal Impact, New York Red Bulls, Portland Timbers, Seattle Sounders FC and Vancouver Whitecaps FC.

NOTE: To request artwork of the scarf design, please contact Frank MacDonald at Ruffneck Scarves.

About Ruffneck Scarves
Ruffneck Scarves was founded in 2007 with the goal of becoming the world’s foremost producer of soccer scarves and delivering them to the game’s fanatics around the globe. Based in Seattle, Ruffneck has become America’s leading producer of sports scarves and the exclusive sub-licensee for Adidas to Major League Soccer and its member clubs. For more information, visit

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