Fall Sports Festival
Chase sponsors this annual five-sport event that takes place at St. Andrew's School on a Saturday in late October or early November.
The games committee, directed and staffed by Chase employees, spends months planning for this large event. An outpouring of day-of JPMorgan Chase employees and St. Andrew's students volunteer to make this festival an annual favorite for everyone involved.
In addition, JLL provides the behind-the-scenes logistical and operations support necessary to make the event run smoothly, taking care of everything from setting up tables and chairs to making sure the awards areas are beautifully decorated.
Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018, at St. Andrew's School in Middletown
Sports Schedules and Information
TBA closer to date
Bocce: Teams of four compete in round-robin tournaments.
Flag Football: Unified teams compete in round-robin tournaments.
Long Distance Running/Walking: Athletes compete in 5k or 1-mile races.
Soccer: Traditional and Unified teams compete in 5 vs. 5 tournaments.
Volleyball: Traditional and Unified teams compete in round-robin tournaments.
Young Athletes Activities: Athletes ages 2 - 7 participate in movement and motor-skill activities.
Lunch: A bagged lunch, provided in part by St. Andrew's, will be provided for all registered athletes (excluding Young Athletes), coaches and day-of event volunteers.
Olympic Village: Employees from Chase provide the athletes and families fun and educational activities to explore in between games.
Concessions: Will be available for purchase.
Directions: Directions to St. Andrew's School.
Hospitality: Aramark will provide hospitality, including fresh bagels, muffins, juice and coffee, for all athletes, families and volunteers.
Safety Guidelines: For the safety of the competitors, family members will not be permitted inside the competition areas. There will be seating at all venues (soccer and flag football spectators should bring a sports chair) and designated areas to take pictures, including at the awards area. We appreciate you following the directional signs and staying "outside the competition ropes" to allow for a safe and fair competition for all athletes.