Go to www.goallineclub.com to register for the first luncheon of the year with Coach Kill. See you there.
MINNEAPOLIS — The Goal Line Club, the official booster club of the University of Minnesota Golden
Gopher Football program, released its schedule of events for the 2013 football season today.
Highlighted by one of the Big Ten’s most exciting home schedules, the Goal Line Club will be hosting a
tailgate party before every home game beginning with the Thursday, August 29, 2013, game versus UNLV.
Goal Line Club tailgates begin three hours prior to kickoff on the east side of Williams Arena.
The Goal Line Club will also host five Gopher Gridiron Luncheons during the season featuring members of
the coaching staff and a number of special guests. Each emceed program will include a preview of the team’s
upcoming opponent and insights into the state of the program. The luncheons will take place at Jax Cafe in
Minneapolis the day before the UNLV, Iowa Nebraska Penn State and Wisconsin games.
Fans are also welcome to participate in another exciting game-day experience, the Golden Gophers Tunnel
For every home game during the 2013 season, Golden Gopher fans will have the opportunity to line the
tunnel from the locker room to the stadium and cheer on the Maroon and Gold as they take the field at
TCF Bank Stadium. Tunnel Team participants must have a valid game ticket.
Gopher Gridiron Luncheons, Tailgates and the Tunnel Team are open to all Goal Line Club members and
fans. Guests are encouraged to pre-register for the event on the Goal Line Club website.
For more information, or to register for upcoming events, fans should visit www.goallineclub.com.
About the Goal Line Club
The University of Minnesota Goal Line Club, Inc. is a tax exempt, non-profit organization and athletic
booster club whose sole purpose is to support the University of Minnesota Football Program. The Goal Line
Club shall provide activities as requested by the Head Football Coach and those of special interest to club
members. Such activities shall be consistent with applicable NCAA rules.
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