Witton Albion Football Club are delighted to announce details of the club’s new Official Membership Scheme.
Developed over the last 3 months and in consultation with fans, the ‘Wittoner’ is a weekly membership scheme designed to help sustain and grow your football club, whilst offering you some unique membership benefits!
Becoming a Wittoner is a fantastic way of showing your support for the club and being a part of our future.
Adults can choose from Gold or Silver Membership depending on whether you want to include entrance to all home league and home friendly matches. Juniors up the age of 16 get free entrance to home league and home friendly matches.
Memberships are annual and start on 1st July with weekly payments collected by Standing Order or annual advance payment.
The scheme is a combination of both membership and donation. By collecting membership payments weekly the club benefits from this regular income stream, which helps to maintain budgets when coping with the irregularity of home fixtures, especially during winter months when postponements are more likely.
As a member you will receive some great benefits like discounted drinks prices in the social club, discounted merchandise and discounted tickets for club events. You’ll also receive a Wittoner scarf and enamel pin badge.
Bringing Juniors and the next generation of supporters into the club is one of our primary aims. Junior members will get their own plastic membership card that gives them free entrance to home league and home friendly matches all the way up to the age of 16.
With a 131 year history Witton Albion is the highest ranked non-league football team in the area and we want to build on this position, balancing sustainability and ambition. Every club wants to win and to climb higher but we have to do this with
solid foundations, with regular income and with well managed budgets.
For more information contact email@example.com.
To join download the attached application form that should be completed and returned to the club.
Updated 19:20 - 1 Jul 2018 by Simon Westland