The National Pro Grid League (NPGL) announced today that it has selected the FSH Society as a beneficiary of its charity program. The men and women athletes in the NPGL, the world’s first coed professional team sport, perform at the highest level of athleticism, displaying feats of strength and agility well beyond the ordinary. The League is proud to assist non-profit organizations that support people who struggle with conditions that affect their strength and mobility.
As stated in their press release, each ticket sold for an NPGL match will benefit the FSH Society starting August 22-23 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. Purchase a NPGL match ticket at a discounted rate of $22 and $10 will immediately go to the FSH Society. Click here to purchase tickets.
GRID is the world’s first professional spectator sport with two co-ed teams racing head-to-head in a two-hour match. It incorporates speed, skill and strategy in a test of endurance through a variety of weightlifting and body-weight elements. Each two-hour match features two 14-person teams (7 women, 7 men, one of each being over 40 years old) going head-to-head in 11 races. GRID has eight NPGL teams: Los Angeles Reign, New York Rhinos, Boston Iron, DC Brawlers, Phoenix Rise, Miami Surge, San Francisco Fire and Baltimore Anthem. Visit NPGL.com for more information, and follow Grid — NPGL on Facebook, @TheGridLeague on Twitter and @GridLeague on Instagram.
Anaheim Convention Center
800 W Katella Ave.