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2019 AO1 Charity Softball Game

Leave Your Mark with AO1

In doing good for others, we leave our mark on others and the world. It starts with you, doing one small action to make a difference in someone’s life. Our foundation is encouraging you to leave your mark and make this world a better place. Using #AO1LeaveYourMark is our way of coming together to show how in our everyday lives we can make an impact. As we approach the AO1 Foundation Charity Softball Game, join us in using the hashtag #AO1LeaveYourMark to highlight the amazing things we can accomplish when we come together as a team.

Save the Date for the 2019 AO1 Foundation Charity Softball Game

Join us on May 31, 2019, at Citizens Bank Park for the 2nd annual AO1 Foundation Charity Softball Game benefitting The Carson Wentz AO1 Foundation. 

Tickets will go on sale to the public in February 2019. The date tickets will go on sale will be announced the foundation's social media channels. 

The family-friendly event kicks off with a home run derby at 6:30 p.m. followed by the softball game at 7:30 p.m. that will feature players from the Philadelphia Eagles competing on opposing teams.

In addition, the event will feature a silent auction with items such as autographed apparel, autographed game-day memorabilia and experience packages. Foundation and event merchandise will also be available for sale.

Funds raised will benefit the foundation's three initiatives: the Haiti Sports Complex, Thy Kingdom Crumb Food Truck and the AO1 Foundation's Outdoor Program. 

Thank you 2018 sponsors! 

For 2019 sponsorship information contact Capture Sports Marketing at 262-696-5177 or


















































Where Should I Park

There is free parking available at Citizens Bank Park. For additional information on parking visit: HTTP://PHILLIES.COM/PARKING

What time do stadium gates open?

The stadium gates will open to the public at 5:30 PM.

What am I allowed to bring in?


In accordance with MLB and Phillies security policies, all fans are subject to metal detection procedures and a bag search before entering the ballpark. Fans who are not comfortable with metal detectors will be subject to a pat-down. Items that are not permitted in the ballpark and are surrendered to security will not be stored or returned. To ensure fan safety, we reserve the right to admittance of any item deemed hazardous, suspicious or offensive. Fans are reminded that the following items will NOT be permitted inside Citizens Bank Park:
  • Cans, glass bottles and open containers;
  • Bags or backpacks larger than 16″ x 16″ x 8″;
  • Alcohol or illegal substances;
  • Hard-sided or Styrofoam coolers or thermoses;
  • Firearms, knives or other weapons;
  • Balloons, beach balls, noisemakers, nets or laser pointers;
  • Brooms, poles or tripods; or any other device that may interfere with and/or distract the players, fans or telecast of the game.

Do babies need their own tickets?

Per stadium policy, children ages 3 and under who will be sitting on a parent’s lap do not require a paid ticket. If an individual seat is needed, then the full price is applicable.

What types of merchandise will be available for purchase?

There will be AO1 Foundation merchandise that will be available for purchase.

Will there be a silent auction?

Yes! We will have a fantastic silent auction filled with autographed items, one-of-a-kind items and experiences. The silent auction will be online giving you the ability to bid from your phone anywhere in the stadium.

What types of payment do you accept for merchandise, raffle tickets, and silent auction?

Cash and most major debit/credit cards are accepted for merchandise, silent auction purchases, and raffle tickets.

Will concessions be available for purchase?

Yes, concession stands will be open throughout the game.

Will there be any opportunities to meet or receive autographs from any of the players?

There will be several autographed items, as well as experience and meet and greet opportunities up for bid in the silent auction. Though no other formal opportunities are planned for the public, many of the players take time throughout the game to sign autographs, pose for pictures, and toss autographed balls and shirts into the crowd.

Are fans allowed to go down on the field to watch the post-game fireworks?

No. For the safety of fans, players, stadium staff, and foundation volunteers, it is imperative that fans remain in their assigned seats not only during the game but also during the fireworks.