NYCFC House will be open from Thursday through Sept. 21. (Photo courtesy of NYCFC)
NEW YORK — For a limited time, New York City Football Club will open NYCFC House, the club’s first pop-up shop and experiential space in the heart of Manhattan’s Meatpacking District.
Located at 446 West 14th St. and spanning four floors, #NYCFCHouse will run from Thursday to Sept. 21 and feature a series of soccer-related events and exclusive product releases, in addition to a full assortment of team merchandise available for purchase.
Visitors to #NYCFCHouse will have a chance to hear from those who’ve shaped the world’s biggest sport.
There will be a series of daytime “Chalk Talks” lead by NYCFC head coach Patrick Vieira, ESPN’s Libby Geist, architect Rafael Viñoly, pro referees Howard Webb and Peter Walton, among others – as well as meet-and-greets with players, legends and celebrity fans. #NYCFCHouse will host a mix of public and private events, including: soccer watch parties, rooftop parties, networking, and other fan events. An underground mini-pitch will also provide a space for the youngest NYCFC fans to play and develop their skills.
“NYCFC House harnesses the passion and energy of our fans and will give visitors of all ages and backgrounds a place to connect with our club. From daily Chalk Talks to unique retail items to a few surprises we will reveal in the near future, this will be a place any sports fan will want to visit,” NYCFC president Jon Patricof said in a statement. “We have the best fans around and we are hopeful they will enjoy having a place to interact with our club in different ways outside of Yankee Stadium.”