GLOVERS NEWS: Junior fans can watch Yeovil Town for free
JUNIORS can watch Yeovil Town’s final home match of the 2016-17 Sky Bet League Two season against Stevenage Borough for FREE!
In conjunction with the EFL's Community Day of Action today (Tuesday, April 25, 2017), the club is offering free admission to ALL juniors this Saturday when play-off hopefuls Stevenage visit Huish Park in a 3pm kick-off on Saturday (April 29, 2017).
The club values its young supporters and hopes this weekend’s game will inspire the next generation of Yeovil Town fans.
Yeovil Town Community Sports Trust is delivering its Polish language workshop at West Coker Primary School as part of the Community Day of Action with the club extending the outreach to the local community to this weekend.
Darren Way’s Yeovil side are unbeaten in five encounters against Stevenage (W2 D3), with Ben Whitfield’s last-gasp effort securing a point in the reverse fixture at Broadhall Way back in November.
To claim your free junior ticket for the match, visit the ticket office at the ground or call 01935-847888.
Fans who have previously purchased a junior ticket will need to visit the ticket office or call to be reimbursed.
Adult, Senior and Young Person tickets can be bought in person, online or by phone.
The EFL’s ‘Community Day of Action’ has seen all 72 Clubs come together on Tuesday (April 25, 2017) to showcase the excellent work that they do in their local communities. Every day, clubs use the power of football to have a positive effect on thousands of people’s live across the UK.
The Community Day of Action presents an opportunity for all EFL clubs to simultaneously deliver their best initiatives and highlight the difference they have made to over one million people this season in communities nationwide.
A Yeovil Town spokesman said: “Everyone at Yeovil Town would like to thank its supporters for their excellent support throughout the 2016-17 campaign.”
YEOVIL Town coverage is sponsored on this website by the Glovers Trust. The Yeovil Town Supporters’ Society Ltd – known as the Glovers Trust – is a democratic, not for profit organisation, committed to giving supporters a strong unified voice in the decision making process at Yeovil Town FC and strengthening the links between the club and the community that it serves.
Adult membership to join the Glovers Trust is just £10 per year, while it is just £1 per year for those aged Under-16; and £100 per year for a corporate membership.
For more details – go to the Glovers’ Trust website at http://www.glovers-trust.co.uk/ .
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