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Ladies Sponsorship Raffle Card Launched

Ladies Sponsorship Raffle Card Launched

Burghfield FC8 Aug 2023 - 08:20
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We have launched a sponsorship card for the chance to win shirt sponsorship for both our Ladies teams.

After the success of a similar initiative a few years ago for one of our youth age groups, we have again decided to take a different approach to sponsorship for both our Ladies First and Reserves Teams, with the launch of a sponsorship raffle card.


As a grassroots club we are always thankful for - and could not operate without - the generosity of our sponsors, whose investment provides vital funds to assist us in continuing to run the club successfully.

With the financial challenges many businesses have encountered in recent times, this raffle will allow the opportunity to win shirt sponsorship at a fraction of the cost, whilst also helping to support women's football and your local grassroots club.

The card is open to all businesses, with each of the 40 squares available for just £50. There is no limit on the number of squares a business can opt to buy - the more you take the better your chances of winning! Once all squares are taken, we will draw a winner at random and the winning business will become our new Ladies sponsor.

You will be able to view the card and numbers still available on our Twitter page.

Both our Ladies teams compete in the Thames Valley Counties Women's Football League, allowing the opportunity for the winning business to be featured throughout the region every weekend during the regular season and also during the summer tournament season, as well as featuring prominently on our website and social media accounts.

The full package for the winning business will include:

  • Shirt sponsorship for both of our Ladies First and Reserves teams
  • Featured prominently on our club website, that averages c1,800 unique visits per month
  • Promotion on our growing social media channels

Don't miss out on your chance to win. ENTER HERE

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