PHOENIX (Monday, February 3rd, 2020) -- The Arizona Soccer Association (ASA), the largest youth sports organization in Arizona, is pleased to announce a partnership with Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament.
To kick off the partnership, Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament is pleased to offer Arizona Soccer Association members an exclusive discounted ticket. After clicking the link, select the location and date at the top. Discount is already applied.
"Based on the Arizona Soccer Association core principals of community, development, health and wellness, and the Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament core values of Knight Code and Chivalry, this partnership is a natural collaboration to share good sportsmanship and honor in competition to the Arizona youth soccer community," said Arizona Soccer Association CEO Rick Kelsey.
As part of the partnership, Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament will have a presence at all Arizona Soccer Association events which include the State Cup, Presidents Cup, Academy Festivals, and more.
“As part of our foundational values, we strive to support constructive youth programs in our community. The Arizona Soccer Association aligns perfectly with our goals to extend chivalry beyond the castle. Together both Medieval Times and the Arizona Soccer Association provide a great experience that fosters a safe, fun and friendly sportsmanship environment,” said Drew Barnes Arizona Marketing & Sales Manager.
About Arizona Soccer Association
Founded in 1974 as a non-profit, the Arizona Soccer Association (ASA) is the largest soccer association in the state with more than 45,000 registered players. The ASA provides recreation and competitive play, coaching education, parent education, health and well-being information, and TOPSoccer, the community outreach program. The ASA hosts Arizona’s most prestigious soccer tournaments every year: State Cup, Presidents Cup, and Adult State Cup.
About Medieval Times
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament has been entertaining over 70 Million fans since 1983 and celebrates the grand opening of their 10th castle in Scottsdale, Arizona. Set inside an 11th-century style castle, the two hour, action packed tournament begins. Cheer as six knights compete to be named champion of the realm. Dine on a four-course feast fit for royalty and witness authentic jousting, sword fighting, and dressage. Medieval Times upholds the Knights Code of Chivalry through community outreach and charity.