SEWELL, NJ – The Philadelphia Rebels are excited to announce that admission for all 2022-23 home games will be free for all fans.
The Rebels are committed to making games accessible for all fans and will work to provide a great experience for all attendees.
“Hollydell Ice Arena and the Philadelphia Rebels are very excited to bring the NAHL to South Jersey,” said Rebels Owner Jim Mackey. “As we introduce the Rebels to our community, we are pleased to announce that all tickets will be free of charge for our inaugural season.”
This will be the first time a North American Hockey League team has called South Jersey home and Rebels Head Coach Justin Hale is excited for the area to see the quality of the league.
“This is a great opportunity for our community to come out and see a great product on the ice and see what Rebels hockey and the NAHL is about,” said Hale.
The Rebels’ lone preseason home game will be played at 3 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 2 against the Johnstown Tomahawks.
The regular season opens up on Wednesday, Sept. 14 in Blaine, MN before the Rebels host the Maryland Black Bears on Friday, Sept. 23 to open up their home slate.
The full Rebels schedule can be found here.