The University of Redlands invites the local community to attend the Bulldogs' next home football game on Saturday, November 9, at 7 p.m. against Pomona-Pitzer Colleges as part of Take a Kid to the Game® Night. All kids 18 and under, as well as any adult who brings a child to the game, will receive free admission.
Redlands currently sits atop the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) standings with a 5-0 record and two games to play.
During Saturday's intermission, all children ages 12 and under will be invited down to the field to participate in fun, football activities, like catching the pass, kicking the field goal, and tackling the dummies. All participants will receive a free Bulldog prize at the conclusion of halftime.
Redlands is one of more than 200 schools across the nation to host Take a Kid to the Game®, which focuses on sharing college football with the youth in the community. The Take a Kid to the Game® program is entering its 19th year in the promotion of collegiate athletics.
For those not participating in Take a Kid to the Game® Night, ticket sales begin at 6 p.m. on November 9 at the Frank Serrao Gateway to Ted Runner Stadium. General admission is $7 for adults and $4 for senior citizens (55 and over) and junior high/high school students with identification. All University of Redlands students and employees as well as those from SCIAC schools are admitted for free.
The Take a Kid to the Game® program is one of the national promotions of NCAA Football, the marketing arm of college football. NCAA Football represents a coalition of the National Collegiate Athletic Association, the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics and the Conference Commissioners Association. Please visit the official website for further information on current initiatives and to explore the newly-updated interactive website that is the premier location to get all inclusive college football information with up-to-date scores, stats, audio and video streaming and unique content form every division.