Student Volunteers

The Philadelphia Flyers PowerPlay are a power wheelchair floor hockey team based in the Philadelphia metropolitan area. Power wheelchair floor hockey, more commonly known as Powerhockey, is played by people who use power wheelchairs in their everyday lives.

The Flyers PowerPlay have been providing this athletic and social opportunity since 2003. The Flyers PowerPlay tournament team won the US Powerhockey championship in 2013, the Powerhockey Cup in 2018, and the Canada Cup in 2019, which saw them face the best Powerhockey teams in North America.

The Flyers PowerPlay currently play games at Neumann University in Aston, PA and Norristown PAL in Norristown, PA twice a month on Saturdays.

Volunteer Protocol

  • No more than two volunteers per date.
  • Visit the schedule page for the current game schedule and determine the dates you would like to volunteer.
  • Submit your request to volunteer below. Please include name, email, phone number, and dates. An email will be sent to you to confirm your volunteer request.

Volunteer Duties

  • Arrive 15 minutes prior to scheduled game time.
  • Help setup court boards, nets, and spectator seating if needed.
  • Greet players as they arrive, help players put on jerseys, and set up hockey sticks and other equipment.
  • During the game, assist moving boards during line changes and penalties while interacting with players and attending to individual player needs such as aiding players with water bottles.
  • After the game, assist breaking down boards and nets, help players remove jerseys, sticks and equipment. Continue to socialize with players until they leave.
  • If refreshments are provided or a post-game luncheon is planned, help set-up, aid players in obtaining food and drinks, and assist in clean-up.

Thank you for your interest. The Flyers PowerPlay, especially our players and coaches, look forward to having volunteers take part in a meaningful and mutual learning experience.

If you have any questions or are looking for more information about our volunteer program, please contact Sue Lucas.