Today Med City FC announced that Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine will be the title sponsor for its inaugural National Premier Soccer League (NPSL) season, which includes marquee placement on the team’s home and away jerseys.
“We are excited to announce that Med City FC has joined forces with Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine,” says Frank Spaeth, general manager. “The clinical services, performance training, nutrition and sport psychology that the team will receive from experts at Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine is a huge asset to our growth as a group and the development of our individual players.”
Besides the Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine logo on the team’s kits, Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine will be the official title sponsor of Med City FC’s 2017 home games.
Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine Center is a global leader in sports and musculoskeletal injury prevention and rehabilitation, concussion research, diagnostic and interventional ultrasound, sports performance optimization, and surgical and nonsurgical management of sports-related injuries.
“We are thrilled to collaborate with Med City FC to support of our local community and the growth of soccer in Rochester,” says Michael Peda, operations manager for Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine. “This is a great opportunity for Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine to engage athletes from around the country and provide clinical and performance expertise.”
Med City FC also made club history today with the signing of its first player Midhat Mujic. Mujic played soccer for Mayo High School in Rochester, Minn., and collegiate soccer for Saint Mary’s University in Winona, Minn. In 2016, Mujic was signed to the Minnesota United Reserves.
“Midhat brings extensive playing experience and maturity from his time with the Minnesota United Reserves. He will be one of the premier players in the NPSL and a leader of our team,” says Luke Corey, head coach of Med City FC.
The official Med City FC kit featuring the Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine logo will be revealed in early April with the season kicking off at home on May 13. Reserve your spot in Rochester soccer history with season tickets, available starting March 1. Single-match tickets will be available on April 1.