- $25 for one ticket to a Philadelphia Soul playoff game, plus a pre-game on-field experience ($95.95 value)
- When: Saturday, August 15, at 5 p.m.
- Where: Wells Fargo Center
- Seating: rows 8–23 of section 111, 115, 103, or 123
- Door time: 3:30 p.m. (gates open to all ticketholders at 4 p.m.)
- Report to the pick-up table in section 104 by 4:15 p.m. for pre-game on-field experience
- Click here to view the seating chart
The undefeated Philadelphia Soul charge into the playoffs with the best record in franchise history, hoping to make a third ArenaBowl appearance in four seasons. The team was quick to lock up the American Conference’s number-one seed, a feat that should surprise few, considering that the Soul have never missed the playoffs under the leadership of quarterback Dan Raudabaugh. But winning the conference isn’t just an excuse to plaster “We’re #1” bumper stickers on the players’ helmets. The top spot also confers home-field advantage on a Philly team that posted a flawless 9–0 record at home this season, spelling dire trouble for any opponents stepping onto the field at Wells Fargo Center this month. The Soul are poised to bring a second World Championship to Philly in their 10th Anniversary season.
The Philadelphia Soul have been a fixture in the AFL for over a decade, earning six trips to the postseason and three ArenaBowl appearances. All of the team’s hard work built to a head in 2008, when they claimed victory in ArenaBowl XXII, defeating the San Jose SaberCats 59–56 and earning the right to replace the plastic Foster Trophy in their trophy case with a real one. The team plays its home games at Wells Fargo Center, which they share with the city’s professional hockey and basketball teams.