Stacy Keibler Baltimore Ravens Cheerleader
January 6, 2012 by staff
The entire group is made up of 56 members, and this includes 34 stunt team performers and 22 dancers.
In addition to cheering, the Ravens Cheerleaders also make a number a appearances in the community throughout the year.
The Playmakers differ from the cheerleaders in that they don’t perform at Ravens’ home games.
Instead, their specialty is interacting with the public on game day and throughout the season. They are most likely to be found at Baltimore-area bars and restaurants on the days leading up to a home game.
To be a member of the Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders, you must be at least 18 years of age. There is no maximum age limit, and the squad has had members who are nearly 40. Candidates must also have a high-school diploma or GED, and they must either have a family, attend college or hold down a full or part-time job.
Cheerleaders are required to perform at all 10 home games, and they must arrive at the games 5 hours before kickoff. Practices are held two days a week from April through January. Each practice lasts from 6:30 pm until 9:30 pm. Practices rotate between an indoor facility in Owings Mills and a cheerleading gymnastic center. In June, there is also a mandatory training camp weekend.
Ravens Cheerleaders are expected to make at least 20 appearances per year, not including home game performances. Girls are paid $100 per home game, and they also receive compensation for each personal appearance made.
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