In this article, we take a look at how you could have a National League South stadium named after you, so keep reading as we show you how it is possible.
Hampton & Richmond Borough are raffling off their stadium name for 2020/21 season and all you need to do is take part.
Entry to the draw costs a total of just £10 and for what it’s worth, the name cannot be deemed offensive/political, as the club mentioned in their statement below.
HAMPTON & RICHMOND’S CLUB STATEMENT:
For just £10 you could have a football stadium named after you, your company or a charity
Who wouldn’t love to have a football stadium named after them? Well now you can, as we put the name of the wonderful Beveree Stadium up for grabs in our prize draw.
Hampton & Richmond Borough has just celebrated its 99th birthday during a global pandemic, that has left them and many other non-league clubs facing an uncertain future. As non-league football continues to feel the effects of coronavirus, sponsorship in its traditional format is virtually impossible, so HRBFC have come up with an innovative and unique way to not only appeal to businesses locally, nationwide and internationally, but also to all fans of the beautiful game.
For just £10 per draw ticket you can have a chance to have the wonderful Beveree Stadium named after you, your company, or perhaps a charity for the whole of the upcoming 2020/21 season which kicks off on the 3rd October. Your chosen name will be on all the signage, and all communications online and offline throughout the season. This includes featuring in all home matchday programmes ( average attendance of 500+) and also appear across all our social media channels whenever the stadium is referenced ( e.g. exposure to over 8000 followers on Twitter/ 2750 followers Instagram )
2nd prize is a unique player experience where you will join the 1st team as a non- player for the day, with access to the dressing room pre match, view the game from the bench, and then have time to talk to the management team post match
3rd prize is match sponsorship and exclusive use of our executive box for a home game, where you and up to 10 guests can watch the game and enjoy a few drinks on us.
And there is even more as we are also giving away a pair of season tickets, and x25 pairs of match tickets. As you can see there are plenty of opportunities to win, whilst at the same time playing a crucial role in helping a club which has been part of the community for 99 years, that not only wants to celebrate its centenary next year, but be around for another 100 years to come.
To purchase a ticket, or tickets as you can buy as many as you want please click here.
- The name cannot be related to another football club.
- The name cannot be deemed offensive.
- The name cannot be deemed political.
- The name must be less than 60 characters
- Your chosen name will proceed the words ‘Beveree Stadium’ e.g. The ALAN SIMPSON Beveree Stadium
Any entries that don’t meet the above criteria will be disqualified and your ticket money (minus admin fees) will be refunded.
The draw will take place at midday on Saturday 26th September LIVE on a ZOOM link. If you have any questions please email email@example.com
We hope that this will appeal to all football fans, not just fans of the Beavers so we ask that all HRBFC supporters help us in spreading the word amongst their friends and family and wherever possible on social media.
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Fans reacted after see how this is how you could have a National League South stadium named after you…
Part of me really hopes so
— Ollie Bayliss (@Ollie_Bayliss) September 10, 2020
They could name a stand in my honour…. The Dan Bell End
— Dan Bell (@TheDB30) September 10, 2020
“The Amazing Journey Arena”. It has a nice ring to it!!
— Brett Lewis (@bslewis1973) September 10, 2020
An awesome idea! I’ve entered.
— Benham (@BenChillingham) September 10, 2020
Fantastic idea/fundraising initiative. Have of course entered ??
— Matt Glew (@mattglew) September 10, 2020
— Non League Volunteers (@NLVolunteer) September 10, 2020