Brookline Knights Football Association
Brookline Knights Merchandise

Knights Merchandise

The photos may be a few years old, but the message remains the same. Each season the Knights have merchandise for sale. There are shirts, sweatshirts, caps and maybe a few accessories. The message is that for a fair price you can help support your team and get some quality apparel in return. It is fund raising efforts like merchandise and concession sales that help provide the additional capital that makes it possible for the Knights program to maintain the standards of safety and excellence that have become it's trademark.

So look for the latest Knights merchandise available at most practices and games, and don't forget to visit the concession stand, where drinks, snacks and food (including Lisa's almost-famous hot sausage) are available at all home games. Your support is greatly appreciated by the players who benefit from the best youth football program in the City of Pittsburgh.

Knights Merchandise

Eugene Giegucz (left) and Clint Burton peddling the 2000 version of Knights jerseys. Gene served as Vice-President for several years before retiring in 2003. The Knights program benefited immensely from Gene's guidance and dedication. Barbara Giegucz was also a regular for years, helping with the concession stand. Sons Ryan and Geoffrey were players and daughter Victoria was a cheerleader.

Gene passed away on June 30, 2011, at age 47. The Knights family sends their heartfelt sympathy to the Giegucz family, and also their sincere thanks for so many years of service to the program.

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