Gloucester City Supporters Trust and T-End Originals Supporters Club have jointly launched a new fundraiser to expand the T-End terrace.
From the Trust Website:
'This is a new fundraiser dedicated to raising money towards major ground improvements at the Tiger Turf Stadium, initially aimed at rebuilding and expanding the T-End home terracing.'
'Launching today, the 100 Club is a big monthly cash draw - with one lucky winner taking away half the monthly cash pot whilst the remainder is set aside by the Supporters Trust to fund future ground improvements. Each draw entry per month will cost £10 a go, you can buy multiple entries each month and also sign up for all monthly draws by monthly subscription. The more people who sign up the greater the prize fund available to win, and of course the more money saved up and available to extend the T-End.'
'The first prize draw will take place at half-time of our home match vs Alfreton on Saturday 21st October. The result will be announced at the game, on our social media and website, with the winner also contacted directly by email.
You can sign-up here to win big and help us build our club's home facilities.'
'A single entry is £10 per month, members can sign up for multiple entries and more chances to win. Entrants must be 18 or older and live in Great Britain.'
Trust Chairman Robin Mogg said:
This exciting new initiative will allow Gloucester City fans to raise dedicated money set aside for future ground improvements. I hope the 100 Club will be well backed and we should be able to build up a sizable pot of money to put towards significant new building projects in the years to come, and each month a lucky one of our draw entrants also stands a decent chance of winning quite a tidy sum for themselves."We know from our fan survey last year that City supporters are keen to see the Tiger Turf Stadium grow and spectator facilities to improve. These kind of projects take a while to come to fruition but we hope by the time the Football Club are in a position to take forward new building that the first contribution from this fund will help expand and rebuild the T-End. That will be key to increase the stadium's overall capacity, provide new amenities for fans, and add to the overall atmosphere at our home."