Sixty finalists will vie to become a 2018 Cheerleader for the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles! The finalists will compete in physical fitness, dance, and onstage presence. The competition is fierce for a coveted spot on this elite NFL squad.
The Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleaders perform for over 70,000 fans at Lincoln Financial Field during Eagles games and have performed at some of the most prestigious sporting events in the world including Super Bowl LII. They are continually sought after to participate in international tours to perform for their global fan base. The Eagles Cheerleaders frequently grace the pages of top national publications and are regularly featured on national television shows. Recent appearances have included NBC’s Jimmy Kimmel, ABC’s Good Morning America, and ESPN’s First Take. Introducing haute couture into the NFL when they unveiled uniforms designed by the famed Vera Wang, the Eagles Cheerleaders became the first squad to be outfitted by an internationally renowned designer. They were instantly coined as the most fashion-forward squad in the NFL and appeared at the prestigious New York Fashion Week.
Committed to supporting United States military, the Eagles Cheerleaders travel regularly to overseas military bases. Recent goodwill military tours have included travel to Iraq, Kuwait, Diego Garcia, and South Korea. During their visits, the cheerleaders are able to personally thank the members of the military that are serving our country for their sacrifices and bravery. Off the field, the cheerleaders have diverse careers. The 2017 squad included an attorney, scientist, special education teacher, registered nurse, and sales executive. They also spend hundreds of hours each year volunteering for charitable organizations and community oriented events. They participate in hands-on environmental projects regionally and internationally as part of the Eagles Go Green program. Additionally, the Eagles Cheerleaders are involved in raising awareness and funds for the Eagles Charitable Foundation and Eagles Autism Challenge.
For more information please visit, www.EaglesCheerleaders.com.