Revolutions, a restaurant and entertainment complex on Route 378 in Center Valley, agreed to a multiyear partnership with Bethlehem Steel FC, the new, professional soccer team that made its debut in March at Goodman Stadium at Lehigh University.
Revolutions will be the official pub partner of the club and will host a variety of fan-engagement events this season.
“By joining forces, we will be able to produce some interactive and fun events for all of our fans as they continue to support us throughout the season,” Bethlehem Steel FC managing director Rich Searls said in a news release.
Revolutions, which was transformed from a former movie theater, has been renovated into a 40,000-square-foot entertainment destination that features bowling, a full-service restaurant, sports amphitheater, two bars, billiards and Dave & Busters-style video and prize games. It also features live entertainment with a mix of bands and family friendly fare.
The soccer club and Revolutions already teamed up for a party for fans to pick up their season tickets. For the remainder of the season, the complex will host some away-game viewing parties and post-game celebrations with food and drink specials.
As part of the partnership, season-ticket holders will receive a discount on food and beverages by showing their Steel FC member card.
The two also will team up to offer the “Revolutions Family Four Pack” ticketing package for four Bethlehem Steel FC general admission tickets, one hour of bowling at Revolutions and $20 worth of arcade credit, starting at $56.
“Soccer has for a long time been focused outside our borders,” Revolutions owner Bruce Frank said. “Now it’s here.”
Looking ahead to next year, Revolutions will host “meet the team” events in which season-ticket holders, corporate partners and Bethlehem Steel FC fans will be invited to meet players and receive autographs.
Bethlehem Steel FC returns to action Saturday with a 6 p.m. road game at Rochester.
Steel’s next home game is at 4 p.m. June 5, when it hosts New York Red Bulls II at Goodman Stadium.