Inter Miami CF is set to host AutoNation DRV Out Cancer Night on Saturday, June 25 at DRV PNK Stadium. The theme night, aimed to honor those touched by cancer and to celebrate survivors, will feature a special pregame ceremony highlighted by cancer survivor and founding Pink Angel of Memorial Foundation member, Denise Wittich, singing the national anthem. The Pink Angels of the Memorial Foundation are a group of volunteers, many breast cancer survivors, dedicated to giving back through raising awareness and funds to better serve patients and families with programs and services. More cancer survivors will join Inter Miami CF and Minnesota United players on the field during the pre-game ceremony carrying a giant ribbon and wearing special DRVPNK t-shirts. All those who attend Inter Miami CF’s DRV OUT Cancer Night will have the opportunity to text DRVPNK to 44-321 to donate to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Inter Miami CF players will wear the Heartbeat kit for this match complete with custom accents including a unique dark pink font with “DRV Out Cancer ” written inside the numbers. Fans are encouraged to wear pink to show their support!
Inter Miami CF and AutoNation have teamed up to harness the power of fútbol to help drive out cancer since 2021. For every save by an Inter Miami CF goalkeeper during the MLS Regular Season, the organizations raise $500 towards cancer research and awareness. AutoNation and Inter Miami CF have reached their goal to raise up to $25,000 and will donate these funds to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
The match kicks off at 8 p.m. ET but fans are encouraged to arrive early for the exciting pregame festivities. The Inter Miami CF Fan Zone opens at 5 p.m. ET on Saturday. The Fan Zone activities will include an AutoNation Shasta Van where fans can take selfies, interactive games including corn hole and ring toss, giveaway items, and a branded DJ Booth. A DRV PNK inflatable will be located by Gate 3 and Ribbons of Love will be draped by Gate 1 for fan photo ops. Additionally, the first 10,000 fans to arrive will receive a co-branded rally flag as they enter the stadium. Gates open at 6:30 p.m. ET.