Wildcats Pink Game
October 6 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Perth Wildcats are excited to be holding their annual Pink Game at RAC Arena on Friday 6 October.
For the seventh consecutive season, the Wildcats have joined forces with local charity Breast Cancer Care WA to help raise awareness and much-needed funds for individuals affected by breast cancer their families.
Players and coaches will wear one-off pink uniforms and polo shirts for the game. The game-worn pink jerseys, warm-up tops and additional signed pink memorabilia will then be auctioned off for Breast Cancer Care WA.
Crown and Retravision will again be proudly partnering with the event.
Tickets for the game will go on sale soon and for every ticket sold $1 will be donated to Breast Cancer Care WA.
Fans will also have the option to support Breast Cancer Care WA’s invaluable work in the fight against breast cancer throughout the ticket sale process by adding their donation amount to the sale.
Breast Cancer Care WA CEO Max Clarke said the support and generosity of the Red Army is what has made the Pink Game so successful. “Partnering with the Wildcats and creating The Pink Game over the years has been a sensational success for Breast Cancer Care WA. The support and generosity from the Wildcats and their Red Army has meant thousands of people affected by Breast Cancer have benefited from the services we provide. We’re hugely grateful for the Pink Game and look forward to many more successful years ahead.”