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‘Turnstile Top-up’ campaign set up by North Ferriby Football Club (30.03.20)

 

A new ‘Turnstile Top-up’ campaign has been launched today to allow supporters help the club financially amid the Covid-19 pandemic. With the current situation having such a dramatic impact on The Villagers cash flow, the club is reaching out to supporters to generate much needed income to help bridge the gap created by termination of the remainder of this season.

Chairman Les Hare said that the club faced "significant financial challenges ahead" in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, which has resulted in the total closure of The Dransfield Stadium for the foreseeable future. Cancellation of all remaining home games in addition to various high-profile events, including the England v Scotland U18 International due to take place on 9 April, has left the club facing some hefty financial challenges.

In order to generate much needed support, the club has established a ‘Turnstile Top-up’ campaign which simply invoices £5 to supporters who register on the system with a weekly deadline for payment each Saturday at 3:00pm. Payment is quick and easy and can be made via the main online payment methods.

The scheme was trialled on 29 March being the fifth anniversary of North Ferriby United‘s historic victory over Wrexham in the 2015 FA Trophy Final at Wembley and generated £150 within 2 hours. Supporters can now register for the campaign via the following link:

http://tinyurl.com/u8ewb9m

Once registered, supporters can personalise their page and add personal details. Every supporter who registers and makes at least one contribution will be provided with a complimentary match day ticket to a league game of their choice during the 2020/21 season.

Club Chairman, Les Hare is confident fans will get behind the campaign and support the club. “It’s been such an emotional season and heart-breaking to end this way. People have moved heaven and earth to support the new club and with the greatest respect I now need to ask them again to dig deep so that the club can be in the best possible position to overcome these unprecedented challenges”.

Les added, “Our supporters were extremely generous at the start of the season in contributing via the crowd funded scheme. This time we’re simply looking to generate a ‘top-up’ income from what our supports would have paid at the turnstile”.

"I fully appreciate that many people will not be able to make a financial contribution right now – if that’s you, please don’t worry, I know support for this great club comes in many shapes and sizes. Most importantly, I want you to continue following government and NHS advice and look after yourselves and your families."

If you have any questions regarding the ‘Turnstile Top-up’ campaign, please email:

info@northferribyfc.co.uk

Thanks as always for your support.


Thank you...

Thursday 26th March 2020

Following the announcement from the FA today confirming the 2019/20 season has ended and all records are to be expunged, I just want to say a massive thank you to every single one of you for all your efforts in what turned out to be an otherwise incredibly rewarding first year for our new club. Your commitment to NFFC is unbelievable and I’m looking forward to working with you all again when we resume.

Stay safe everyone. 

Les Hare | Chairman

IMPORTANT NOTICE: COVID-19 Coronavirus update.

Further to any previous communications, it is with profound sadness that I must now inform you that all football and associated training in respect of all of our teams be it men's, women's, senior or youth is now suspended in adherence with guidelines issued by the Government, FA and local Leagues. I can now further confirm that the forthcoming England International scheduled for Thursday 9 April is now also cancelled, as is the Monday night 6 a Side league and Tuesday darts. Needless to say, as soon as we have more information we will advise you accordingly.

As a consequence, we are temporarily closing the clubhouse, ground and 4G to ensure the security of our facilities can be appropriately maintained.

Might I take this opportunity to assure you that despite the enormous financial strain these circumstances will impose upon us, my fellow directors and I will ensure the integrity of our football club is fully maintained amidst these unprecedented times and that with your continued support we intend being in the best possible shape for when we can resume.  

Les Hare | Chairman

North Ferriby Football Club

 


North Ferriby Golf Day, at Brough Golf Club - Now postponed until further notice

Our inaugural Golf Day at Brough Golf Club has been postponed due to the current Covid-19 conditions. We have had a great response and had just 5 teams slots to fill. Hopefully we will be able to rearrange for later this summer and will confirm the new date when we are able to do so.

Date: TBC when re-arranged

Venue: Brough Golf Club, Brough, East Yorkshire

The Day:

  • Coffee and Bacon Rolls on arrival from 12 noon
  • Teams of 4
  • Shotgun Start 1.30pm
  • 18 Hole Stableford Team Competition (Best 2 scores from 4)
  • Two Course meal 
  • Prize presentation
  • Other competitions, prizes throughout the day
  • Cost: £180.00 per team of 4 players

To enter your team or to be a sponsor on the day please contact Les via email : email les@northferribyfc.co.uk

 


England U18 vs Scotland U18 Victory Shield international at The Dransfield Stadium now cancelled.

North Ferriby Football Club can now confirm that the forthcoming England International scheduled for Thursday 9 April is now cancelled.

 


6 a side football returns to North Ferriby

North Ferriby Football Club are delighted to announce the return of their popular 6 a side league. Fixtures will be played on Monday nights within the club's state of the art 4G facility. The cost is just £18 per team per week. The club's One Point Sports Bar will be open too showing both BT and Sky Sports. The new league will kick off on Monday 3 February and initial fixtures will be played between 8 and 9pm.

All team applications by email please to: info@northferribyfc.co.uk

 


 

New Year Message from the Chairman

From the day our new club was approved we have worked hard together and despite all the setbacks achieved far more than anybody thought was possible.

We have brought our community together, increased collaboration across our local businesses fraternity and embraced a spirit of cooperation. Importantly, we have made a difference, both for each other and in what we do within the community.

I hope if you reflect upon our progress, you conclude the journey thus far has been worthwhile—I know I will. In 2020 we will become an even better, stronger and a more formidable club than we are today. Of that I have no doubt.

Thank you for your incredible efforts, not only for all we have accomplished, but also for the instances where we may have come up short. It is that continual striving that sets us apart and reflects our motto – “Pride, Passion and Belief”.

I wish you all a happy, healthy and peaceful New Year and look forward to sharing our journey together.

 

Les Hare

Chairman

North Ferriby Football Club


New Years Day Memorial/Charity Match in memory of James Sidwell in association with Hull & E Yorks Mind Charity.

To mark the anniversary of the passing of our late friend, James Sidwell, North Ferriby FC will be hosting a New Years’ Day match on January 1st 2020. James’ friends will be coming together as two teams, with the thoughts of the two clubs our friend played for in his youth, North Ferriby and South Cave, in mind. As well as a time to come together in memory of James, we look forward to this fixture being an opportunity to support North Ferriby FC’s continued partnership with Hull and East Yorkshire Mind of which all proceeds of the day will go towards. Our New Years’ Day match invites friends, family and the wider community to come together at the home of North Ferriby FC 1st January 2020 and enjoy live football and an opportunity to raise funds for our worthy chosen charity.

Where ….. Dransfield Stadium, Grange Lane, North Ferriby HU14 3AB

When ….. KO 2.00pm, Wednesday 1st January 2020 … gates open 12.30pm

 


 

North Ferriby Football Club to host England International

North Ferriby Football Club are delighted to announce that their Dransfield Stadium home has been selected to host the England U18 vs Scotland U18 Victory Shield international on Thursday 9 April 2020.

Club Chairman Les Hare commented: “This is truly a wonderful opportunity for our football club to showcase the facilities we have worked so hard to develop and we’re immensely proud to have been awarded such a prestigious fixture. Youth development is at the heart of this club and so perhaps it’s fitting our whole community can now share in this acknowledgement of our achievements and contribution to the development of local football generally in this, the 100th year of football in the village”.   

Humberside Schools FA are proud too to announce the hosting of the Victory Shield U18 international fixture, England v Scotland, to be played at North Ferriby. A spokesman said:  “Humberside has a fine tradition of player representation at this level with Levi Tarbotton, now a player for North Ferriby, having captained the England U18 team last season. Previously Matt Bloor, a player from South Hunsley School (as was Levi) also captained the England team whilst playing for North Ferriby. We are delighted to work with Les Hare at North Ferriby FC in planning this prestigious event”.

Full details of the game will follow in due course.


Don't miss our first Christmas Gin Festival, this Friday 6th December at the Clubhouse from 7pm

PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU CAN PAY FOR TICKETS TO THE GIN FESTIVAL ON THE NIGHT.


 

New Years Day Charity Match

In Memory of James Sidwell,  this New Years’ Day Football Match is in association with Hull & E Yorks Mind Charity.

To mark the anniversary of the passing of our late friend, James Sidwell, North Ferriby FC will be hosting a New Years’ Day match on January 1st 2020. 

James’ friends will be coming together as two teams, with the thoughts of the two clubs our friend played for in his youth, North Ferriby and South Cave, in mind. As well as a time to come together in memory of James, we look forward to this fixture being an opportunity to support North Ferriby FC’s continued partnership with Hull and East Yorkshire Mind of which all proceeds of the day will go towards. 

Our New Years’ Day match invites friends, family and the wider community to come together at the home of North Ferriby FC 1st January 2020 and enjoy live football and an opportunity to raise funds for our worthy chosen charity. 

Where Dransfield Stadium, North Ferriby HU14 3AB
When KO 2pm, Wednesday 1st January 2020
 


 

The 'Phoenix' rises!

A NEW 'Phoenix' football club in North Ferriby has been approved after an application to the FA was rubber stamped.

North Ferriby Football Club will play out of the Church Road ground next season and take the place of the now defunct North Ferriby United, who were liquidated last month due to unpaid debts.

The new club, led by former United chairman Les Hare with the backing of a number of high-profile local residents and businessmen, will begin life next season in the Northern Counties East League.

The board of the new club will discover at a meeting with the NCEL on May 14 whether they will start life in the Premier Division or Division One, with the hope being the new village side can gain entry into the NCEL’s top division. The application by North Ferriby Football Club was swiftly passed by the local FA, who were impressed with the meticulous presentation and the board’s plan to run the new side as a non-profit community club.

Hare, who spent over 20 years as chairman guiding the Villagers to Wembley success and on the path to the greatest period in their history before departing four years ago, will run the new club, with the board currently looking to recruit a manager in the next few weeks.

Playing as NFFC rather than United, the phoenix side have adopted the name first used when the Villagers came into existence 100 years ago this year and chose the name in a bid to recognise the club returning to their roots after a turbulent end to the existence of United, who drove many supporters away and upset countless others with their approach.

"It is wonderful to be back at the club my wife Gill and I devoted over 20 years of our lives to," said Hare.

"We would like to think we set the highest standards in terms of local football. It's incredible to think that this year our community can celebrate 100 years of football in North Ferriby, which given recent events, we as a club, are so proud they will now have the opportunity to do."

 

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