Since the inception of the Orlando Magic, there has always been a buzz around Magic basketball. Magic fans are known for their loyalty and hope. Ever since the dominance of Penny Hardaway and Shaquille O’Neal in the late 1990’s to the dominance of Dwight Howard in the late 2000’s, Magic fans have always had reasons to be excited. Although there was a long period of less than stellar performances, Nicola Vucevic and the 2018 Magic seem to have ended the lackluster era as they reached the playoffs in the 2018-19 season. One reason why Magic fans love their team because it is the only professional sports team in the big 4 (NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB) that play in Orlando.
To connect with Orlando Magic fan club networks, the Magic offer many chances for you to be involved! These opportunities include summer internships that “offer internship opportunities in many areas of the organization. Our program is a full-time, post-grad, season-long internship that will allow passionate, hard-working individuals to obtain real world, hands-on experience in the sports and entertainment industry.”
To connect with many social media outlets, the Magic maintain an active social media presence. Team accounts across the three major platforms are excellent sources of news, highlights, and other Magic content for fans worldwide. Currently, the team has 939 K Instagram followers, 1.4 million Twitter followers, and 2,748,100 likes on Facebook. Other than the official Magic website and social media outlets, there are many unofficial fan club websites. One site is the Orlando pinstriped post, which is an SBNation. FanWide, the world’s largest fan club network, has 29 fan clubs for the Orlando Magic.