MN Brawlers will Raise Cash For United Way with Season Pass Tix

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Posted by Minnesota Brawlers on Saturday, March 19, 2016

The Minnesota Brawlers semi pro football team based near Mankato has announced the availability of season pass tickets for all home games. For every season pass sold, $5 will be donated to the local United Way in Mankato.

The team is part of the Northern Elite Football League, a regional league for semi professional sports teams. Season pass tickets are available from a number of sources. You can purchase them online for $25 plus a small $1.26 fee for processing. The tickets online are available at, and Eventbrite as well as the Minnesota Brawlers official website and blog.

Don't miss any of the home games the Brawlers play. Their home turfs will be played in Nicollet and Madelia this year at four games for NEFL league play. There are several away games, a couple out of state even. The biggest game of the season will against the St. Paul Pioneers, a very good team in the league.

Head Coach Trever Coxworth says the team is prepared with a number of new players stepping off the field as former Minnesota State University, Mankato Mavericks. The Brawlers will also play games in the Twin Cities, including the Southwest suburbs (Burnsville and surrounding area). In addition to league sanctioned games for the NEFL, the team can also play exhibition games with other teams. Those dates/times will be announced.

The Minnesota Brawlers also keep fans updated on their growing social media platforms. They can be found on Facebook at A Twitter account is coming soon. The season pass link is also on the Facebook "Shop Now" link.

The Brawlers have made it a goal and strong focus this year to get more involved in the community around the Mankato area and help the United Way and their partner organizations focus on enriching the community through career and student development activities and other important local initiatives for youth and adults. They have already served the organization at several events, such as one recent event at the Kato Ballroom.

Speaking of the Kato Ballroom, the Brawlers team plans to hold a special "meet the team" type of event, with possible entertainment and other features at the event. The team is still organizing and gathering important details so nothing is set in stone yet, but the team plans to initiate more contact with fans and team supporters. More details will be announced soon for the event.

The Brawlers also plan to make available some great swag and gear to represent the team at games or just for overall fashion. Those details will also be announced and future items will possibly be available on the Mankato Gazette store. The team's roster is expanded and the team may sign more players. You may get a chance to meet some of those players in the near future. Stay informed on the team with updates from the Mankato Gazette, The Minnesota Brawlers website and the Gazette and Brawlers respective Facebook and Twitter feeds.


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