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Supporting the One City One Club campaign

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Yes, that is myself with the first team squad. Cheeseball

A Midlands football club have launched an innovative campaign ahead of their last season at their historic football ground.

Worcester City Football Club, who play at St George’s Lane, is laying down the gauntlet to everybody who lives in Worcester to watch at least one game this season.

To help spread the word about the last season of the club, they have worked alongside Nikki Sinclaire MEP who has sponsored a leaflet which will be delivered to households in Worcester.

The marketing campaign, entitled “One City One Club” intends to spread the word of their local club.

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City Manager Carl Heeley is going to be there!

Richard Widdowson, member of the board at Worcester City said,

“Worcester City football club is Worcester’s local club. We have strong family values and we are increasingly offering opportunities for young players to get involved at Worcester City – from playing on the pitch before the game free of charge, to offering free tickets to youth football teams.

We want as many people in Worcester to experience football at St George’s lane before it leaves us forever, as well as welcoming fans into the new era of Worcester City football club when we move into our new stadium”.

Nikki Sinclaire MEP has acted as a player sponsor last season, and wanted to further extend her work with the club this season,

“Worcester is a fantastic family orientated club in this terrific old ground, and we should give it the send-off it deserves.

With low priced tickets and a welcoming atmosphere, anybody in Worcester would feel at home at this club.

I’m incredibly happy to work alongside Worcester City football club and hope to see success for the club now and in future seasons”.

A copy of the new leaflet

Worcester City FC Leaflet A5 4pp_Small (2)

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Written by Nicole Carroll

August 14, 2012 at 11:32 am

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