Sounders FC and RAVE Foundation celebrate Women's History Month

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Sounders FC is committed to making our community stronger and more equitable through a long-term commitment to our Social Justice Framework.

Our framework declares our beliefs, how we promise to take consistent actions and four Arenas for Change where we intentionally focus our work. This framework is used across the organization as a strategy screen to make and inform decisions. Our framework dictates that we Fight Racism, one of our Arenas for Change, through the celebration of the heritage months on our social impact and cultural calendar. Each month, we aim to:

  • Elevate, amplify, and listen to the voices of experts
  • Invest in BIPOC and diverse communities, with an emphasis on soccer and youth
  • Support BIPOC and diverse-owned businesses
  • Use matchday as a platform for amplification and education

In March, we celebrate Women's History Month! Learn more our activations and partnerships throughout the month.


Women's History Month on Matchday

Sounders FC uses matchday as a platform to educate fans and highlight BIPOC and diverse-owned businesses. March brings two opportunities to celebrate WHM at Lumen Field! Check out the BIPOC and Diverse-Owned Food Trucks and Pop-Up Restaurant, presented by First & Goal Inc. and Levy.

On March 4, visit the following woman-owned food trucks in the North Plaza, or pop-up restaurant located in the kiosk located outside Section 113.

  • Big Boys Filipino Food Truck: Big Boys popular food truck, serves up delicious Filipino/Hawaiian fusion food that keep customers far and wide coming back for more!
  • Pie Bar: At Pie Bar, identical twins Lyss Lewis and Nat Delucchi serve sweet and savory pies to satisfy any craving.
  • El Cabrito: Opened by Artemio and Leticia Diaz in 2014, El Cabrito features made-from-scratch Oaxacan cuisine.

On March 18, we will host these incredible woman-owned businesses:

  • Swagg-n-Wagon: Swagg-n-Wagon is loved by locals and visitors alike for their large portions, low prices, and friendly staff. Their chicken is perfectly crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. Make sure to try their specialty Swagg sauce, and their waffle fries or buttery cornbread as a side.
  • Big Boys Filipino Food Truck: Big Boys popular food truck, serves up delicious Filipino/Hawaiian fusion food that keep customers far and wide coming back for more!
  • Pam's Kitchen: Originally from Trinidad, Pam Jacob moved to Seattle in the mid-1990s, and dreamed of opening her own restaurant. She began catering events for her housecleaning clients, and before she knew it she had opened Pam’s Kitchen, where she serves her outstanding Trinidadian food.

On March 18, In honor of Women's History Month, The Northwest African American Museum presents a pop-up art experience featuring eclectic works from local women artists: Aramis Hamer and Bonnie Hopper. The pop-up art experience will be curated by multifaceted artist and curator, Eric Salisbury. The artists will be present to discuss their works. Swing by Soccer Celebration for this exclusive exhibit!

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Sounders FC Day at NAAM

On Saturday, March 11, admission to the Northwest African American Museum is free when you wear your Sounders FC gear! Celebrate Women’s History Month at NAAM and check out "The Colors of Life" abstract art exhibit featuring works from African American, Northwest women artists Shantell Jackson and LoMar Metoyer.

The first 50 youth in attendance on March 11 will receieve free RAVE Foundation soccer ball and book written by a Black author, illustrated by a Black artist, or centering Black characters, as part of Sounders FC and NAAM's Books & Balls program.

NAAM is located at 2300 South Massachusetts Street in Seattle and is open from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 11.


Support Woman-Owned Businesses

In celebration of Women's History Month, we are excited to partner with Intentionalist and our fellow Seattle professional sports teams to reward fans when who #SpendLIkeItMatters at woman-owned businesses. It's easy!

Help us reach the goal of $25,000 spent at woman-owned small businesses during Women's History Month.



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