Delaware Blue Coats Announce 2019-20 Promotional Schedule

By Blue Coats PR | October 14, 2019


WILMINGTON – OCT. 14, 2019 – The Delaware Blue Coats, the NBA G League affiliate of the Philadelphia 76ers, announced today the team’s 2019-20 promotional schedule. Single-game tickets are on sale now and available at SIXERS.COM/BlueCoats or by calling 302-504-7587.

Opening Night feat. Nemours Sports Medicine and Titus Sports Academy, one of 16 regular-season weekend home games, is set for Saturday, Nov. 9 when the Blue Coats host the Maine Red Claws at 7:00 p.m. This Health & Fitness Night contest is among the notable, early-season premium home games and will feature new 76ers Fieldhouse tenants, and Blue Coats partners, Nemours Sports Medicine and Titus Sports Academy. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the first 500 families in attendance will receive a Nemours Family Pack. Concourse experiences are set to include a live encampment featuring the 1st Delaware Regiment, the official debut of the Blue Coats House Band from the Paul Green Rock Academy and more. Additional details on Opening Night will be announced at a later date.

Headlining the opening half of this season’s promotional schedule are Service Appreciation Night (Nov. 11), Basketball Night: Coaches vs. Cancer featuring the American Cancer Society (Nov. 16) and Soccer Night featuring the Philadelphia Union (Nov. 19). Additionally, Heroes & Villains Night, presented by Nemours Sports Medicine, returns on Jan. 10, along with Sports Business Night presented by TeamWork Online (Dec. 3) and Hispanic Heritage Night (Dec. 6). Football Night featuring the Philadelphia Soul (Nov. 23), Dinosaur Adventure presented by 103.7 WXCY (Nov. 29), Holiday Hoops Celebration featuring BPG | Sports (Dec. 27), Sneaker Convention featuring Jus Nice Sneaker Convention (Jan. 4) and the team’s MLK Day Celebration presented by 99.5 WJBR (Jan. 20) also highlight the first half of the home schedule.

The team will also hold Dollar Dog Night on Nov. 16, Dec. 27, Jan. 24, Feb. 13 and March 28.

The full 2019-20 Delaware Blue Coats promotional schedule is listed below.

Nov. 9 vs. Maine Red Claws Opening Night feat. Nemours Sports Medicine and Titus Sports Academy
Nov. 11 vs. Greensboro Swarm Service Appreciation Night
Nov. 16 vs. Canton Charge Basketball Night: Coaches vs. Cancer feat. American Cancer Society
Nov. 19 vs. Capital City Go-Go Soccer Night feat. Philadelphia Union
Nov. 23 vs. Wisconsin Herd Football Night feat. Philadelphia Soul
Nov. 29 vs. Westchester Knicks Dinosaur Adventure pres. by 103.7 WXCY
Dec. 3 vs. Raptors 905 Sports Business Night pres. by TeamWork Online
Dec. 6 vs. Capital City Go-Go Hispanic Heritage Night
Dec. 27 vs. College Park Skyhawks Two-Way Night feat. The Rights to Ricky Sanchez
Jan. 4 vs. Long Island Nets Hispanic Heritage Night & Sneaker Convention feat. Jus Nice Sneaker Convention
Jan. 10 vs. Grand Rapids Drive Heroes & Villains Night pres. by Nemours Sports Medicine
Jan. 20 vs. South Bay Lakers MLK Day Celebration pres. by 99.5 WJBR
Jan. 24 vs. Greensboro Swarm Mental Health Awareness Night
Jan. 25 vs. Erie BayHawks Faith & Family Night pres. by faith WFAI
Feb. 5 vs. Windy City Bulls Baseball Night feat. Wilmington Blue Rocks & Trenton Thunder
Feb. 13 vs. Stockton Kings eSports Night feat. 76ers Gaming Club (GC)
Feb. 21 vs. Canton Charge Beau Biden Foundation Night
Feb. 29 vs. Windy City Bulls Black History Month Celebration
March 8 vs. Lakeland Magic Coaty’s Birthday Party
March 11 vs. Maine Red Claws Education Day
March 14 vs. Long Island Nets Pro Wrestling Extravaganza II
March 16 vs. Westchester Knicks Lacrosse Night feat. Philadelphia Wings
March 21 vs. Fort Wayne Mad Ants Battle of the Bands
March 28 vs. Raptors 905 76ers Night

Leading the way this season at 76ers Fieldhouse will be 76ers two-way contract players Norvel Pelle and Marial Shayok. Each NBA team can sign up to two players to two-way contracts, which were created prior to the 2017-18 NBA season. These players spend the majority of the season in the G League and not more than 45 days with their NBA team. The G League features a record 28 teams this season with the addition of the College Park Skyhawks, the NBA G League affiliate of the Atlanta Hawks.