A ReignStorm is a-brewin’

Wondering how you can get your hands on one of these limited edition scarves? Well, you clicked to the right place.

Reign FC and Seattle Storm recently announced a partnership to bring fans an exclusive celebration of women’s professional sports at the ‘ReignStorm’ Night presented by Ruffneck Scarves on Wednesday, Aug. 26 at 7 p.m. PT as Reign FC takes on the Boston Breakers.

As part of the partnership, the first 4,000 fans through the gates will receive an exclusive ‘ReignStorm’ scarf that features a balanced blend of Reign FC’s royal blue, the Seattle Storm’s green, as well as both team’s logos.

Storm players Sue Bird, Abby Bishop, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis, Crystal Langhorne and Jewell Loyd will be on hand to cheer on Reign FC and sign autographs on the concourse at halftime.

“The Seattle Storm has done an excellent job of building a loyal fan base and a dynamic in-game experience,” said Reign FC head coach and general manager Laura Harvey. “We are pleased to be able to work more closely with our Seattle Center neighbors to grow both our organizations in an effort to continue to bring world-class women’s professional sports to Seattle on the field and on the court.”

In case you’ve been living under a rock, the Seattle Storm is a two-time WNBA championship team committed to bringing a premium professional basketball and entertainment experience to a fan base rich in tradition and support.

“We are excited to partner with our Seattle Center neighbors as we celebrate professional women’s sports in this city,” said Storm President & GM Alisha Valavanis. “We look forward to cheering on the Reign as they compete to clinch the NWSL Supporters Shield.”

Reign FC currently sits first in the NWSL standings with 33 points, five points ahead of second place Chicago Red Stars and Washington Spirit, and is the first team to clinch one of four playoff spots.

To grab tickets so you can get one of these awesome scarves, visit ReignFC.com or call (855) REIGN-FC for tickets. Seats start at $19.

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