News: Junior Colls is Launched

The club can announce the launch of an exciting brand new membership scheme for all fans under the age of 16. Junior Colls is the name given to the scheme which will allow all registered junior supporters free admission to every home match for the 2016/17 season.  It has been noticed over the past six months that our junior fanbase is growing and we felt it was only right to acknowledge this.  Launching at the AFC Liverpool match on Monday afternoon, adult supporters will be able to sign children up to the scheme and they will receive a membership pack at the same time. The free pack will consist of:
  • A season ticket allowing free admission to ALL home matches for the 2016/17 season*
  • A drawstring bag with the club crest on, ideal for use at school or football
  • An A3 poster of the team lifting the League Cup last season
  • An Atherton Collieries wristband
  • Photograph opportunity with a first team player of choice
  • A soft drinks token for use in the clubhouse
Committee member Joe Gibbons is in charge of the scheme and will be on hand at the AFC Liverpool match to sign up members. If you can't make the match on Monday, don't worry as you can sign up whenever you are next down at the club. Even if you can only make a handful of matches it's still worth signing up. If you have any further enquiries or any questions please contact Gibbo. *1) The season ticket can only be used when the child attends the match with a full paying adult. 2) Free admission is just for the one child who possesses a season ticket card and not for the accompanying adult. 3) Members must be under the age of 16.   

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