Open Letter from Coach Alf Daniels
Dear Warrior Nation,
Thanks for coming out Friday night to cheer us on as we played our inaugural match against the Glendale Raptors at Rio Tinto Stadium! Both teams played hard, but in the end, there can only be one winner and we congratulate the Raptors for a match well played.
While this first contest did not result in a win for the Utah Warriors, the true victory for us Friday night was the excitement and support we felt from every one of our fans who came to cheer on the Warriors with an opening night crowd exceeding 9,100!
I think I can speak for all of the Utah Warriors players, staff, front office and owners when I say we were truly blown away with the level of support the team felt. The amazing energy our fans brought to the stadium was inspiring for us and makes us more committed representing our great state!
We are committed to train harder and lift our standards so we can make our supporters & community proud. In our constant endeavor to improve the fan experience on and off the field, could I ask you to share a few thoughts in the space provided below on anything we can do to make your Warrior experience everything you deserve.
Once again, thank you and we look forward to seeing you at our upcoming games including our next home game on April 6th at Rio Tinto Stadium at 7 pm against The Ontario Arrows.
Coach Alf Daniels
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