Fighting Spirit! Young Falcons Fans Battling Cancer Show Their Pride Ahead of Super Bowl
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta shared images of young Falcons fans who are in the hospital.
In preparation for the Super Bowl, almost everyone in America is getting ready for the big game, including these special fans.
At Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, pint-sized Falcons supporters are wearing red and black to show off their pride ahead of Sunday, when their team will take on the New England Patriots.
In a video shared by the hospital, young patients perform "The Arthur," mimicking the cheerful dance team owner Arthur Blank performed after they made it into the NFC Championship game.
"We're Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and we're doing 'The Arthur!'" they shout in the video.
The hospital also posted an image of one girl, Ella, whose battle with cancer isn't stopping her from showing her team spirit.
Another young fan wore a tiny Falcons jersey and collar around his neck as he prepared for the game.
The Falcons will take on the Patriots Sunday, hoping to take home the Vince Lombardi Trophy for the first time.
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