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The Kansas City Mavericks are hosting their annual New Year’s Eve game again this year. Perhaps unlikely to break their recently set attendance record, it’s another tradition worthy of retaining.
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. – The Kansas City Mavericks announced a sellout, standing-room-only crowd of 5,858 fans on Tuesday night at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena, breaking the previous franchise single game attendance record of 5,850. Due to new building modifications, the maximum capacity was increased and the Mavericks welcomed their largest crowd in the franchise’s 11-year history for their New Year’s Eve game against the Wichita Thunder.
This year the team will wear specialty blackout jerseys, which will be auctioned through the Dash auction app Dec 31 – Jan 2. In the past the team has also hosted a postgame skate with the team and a post-game celebration.
Wanna see these jerseys in action?
Come to our NYE game! pic.twitter.com/DOflBRp3cR
— Kansas City Mavericks (@kc_mavericks) December 27, 2020