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Aussie Owl
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PostSubject: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeFri 23 Oct 2009, 9:44 am

Yes, its getting worse - it certainly getting worse for the League pale

What subs do you charge?

What are your pitch fees?

Do you have any fund raising ideas to share?

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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeFri 23 Oct 2009, 10:12 am

You'd have to ask our club treasurer, but from what ive seen he does about a good as job as I do goalkeeping!!
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeFri 23 Oct 2009, 11:28 am

CalamityScouse wrote:
You'd have to ask our club treasurer, but from what ive seen he does about a good as job as I do goalkeeping!!

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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeFri 23 Oct 2009, 11:34 am

We charge £3 subs for a game if you start and £1 if you come on as a sub. Training is either £1 on a park or the total cost of hiring somewhere for 10 weeks split between the number of players (usually around £15 per player for 10 weeks.

we did a sponsored run last year which brough in t£350, and have 2 grants made to us, plus our sponsorship which is part of a 2 year deal. it takes a lot of hard work by me as the sec and the treasurer to secure this though
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeFri 23 Oct 2009, 11:41 am

Its very hard in this day and age to find willing sponsors and with the cost of pitches, referees and league fees going up each year its becoming increasingly difficult to keep the subs down. Would love to get kits from MDH but they are just slightly too expensive. Well we might win a kit anyway!
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeFri 23 Oct 2009, 12:06 pm

Orange wrote:
Its very hard in this day and age to find willing sponsors and with the cost of pitches, referees and league fees going up each year its becoming increasingly difficult to keep the subs down. Would love to get kits from MDH but they are just slightly too expensive. Well we might win a kit anyway!

Given the sponsorship MDH provide the league then you are actually better off in the long run paying the slightly higher kit price. Without their money coming in the league would be knocking on the teams doors to fund the shortfall so why not get your kit from MDH and save us all some money cheers

That about right Dennis? sunny
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeFri 23 Oct 2009, 12:16 pm

[quote="Stroller"]
Given the sponsorship MDH provide the league then you are actually better off in the long run paying the slightly higher kit price. Without their money coming in the league would be knocking on the teams doors to fund the shortfall so why not get your kit from MDH and save us all some money cheers
[quote]

See I told you, he does a fine job!
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Aussie Owl
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeFri 23 Oct 2009, 12:23 pm

Stroller wrote:
Orange wrote:
Its very hard in this day and age to find willing sponsors and with the cost of pitches, referees and league fees going up each year its becoming increasingly difficult to keep the subs down. Would love to get kits from MDH but they are just slightly too expensive. Well we might win a kit anyway!

Given the sponsorship MDH provide the league then you are actually better off in the long run paying the slightly higher kit price. Without their money coming in the league would be knocking on the teams doors to fund the shortfall so why not get your kit from MDH and save us all some money cheers

That about right Dennis? sunny

Value for money and service is the key. It is a club decision but business going their way helps the League.

The League had a surplus of expenditure over income last season and we cannot draw on reserves indefinitely. Like everyone else, we are trying to balance the books and sponsorship from MDH is key for us.

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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeFri 23 Oct 2009, 12:25 pm

Stroller wrote:
Orange wrote:
Its very hard in this day and age to find willing sponsors and with the cost of pitches, referees and league fees going up each year its becoming increasingly difficult to keep the subs down. Would love to get kits from MDH but they are just slightly too expensive. Well we might win a kit anyway!

Given the sponsorship MDH provide the league then you are actually better off in the long run paying the slightly higher kit price. Without their money coming in the league would be knocking on the teams doors to fund the shortfall so why not get your kit from MDH and save us all some money cheers

That about right Dennis? sunny

Your point is valid. Hopefully next time we get new kits we will go through MDH, the service is second to none and the turnover time is brilliant, its just the club couldn't afford it this time around and we had to go for cheap nasty kit lol. Maybe an incentive from the league could help, like a free framed team photo for the Club Secretaries or some free cheap t-shirts for subs or some special offers for League-only teams? Like half price subcription for the season if you buy a kit over £400 worth?
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeFri 23 Oct 2009, 12:32 pm

Orange wrote:
Stroller wrote:
Orange wrote:
Its very hard in this day and age to find willing sponsors and with the cost of pitches, referees and league fees going up each year its becoming increasingly difficult to keep the subs down. Would love to get kits from MDH but they are just slightly too expensive. Well we might win a kit anyway!

Given the sponsorship MDH provide the league then you are actually better off in the long run paying the slightly higher kit price. Without their money coming in the league would be knocking on the teams doors to fund the shortfall so why not get your kit from MDH and save us all some money cheers

That about right Dennis? sunny

Your point is valid. Hopefully next time we get new kits we will go through MDH, the service is second to none and the turnover time is brilliant, its just the club couldn't afford it this time around and we had to go for cheap nasty kit lol. Maybe an incentive from the league could help, like a free framed team photo for the Club Secretaries or some free cheap t-shirts for subs or some special offers for League-only teams? Like half price subcription for the season if you buy a kit over £400 worth?

Interesting points. Team photos are supplied to club secs by email as soon I take them (They will also be put on the new website, probably the same day as they are taken.

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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeFri 23 Oct 2009, 1:41 pm

Usually go for a trip or fall on the pitch and then claim.

Where there's blame, there's a claim!
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeFri 23 Oct 2009, 2:21 pm

Subs- £2.50
Signing on £20

Since we knew we were reforming, we started fund raising as early as February, in which we hosted a valentines party, which half went to Wishes 4 Kids. Also helps that my mum and dad are Treasurer and Secretary of Kingsway Rangers, and have been for over 10 years, alot of experience to help.

I did a sponsored leg wax, in which i raised over £300, in which half again went to Wishes 4 kids, which is our club charity.

Also did four or five tombolas at fetes, as well as a speed machine competition, which we bought of ebay, and overall this raised us around £1000.00 preseason, thankfully, Lawson-West sponsored us £250.00 which helped alot.

Pitch fees are very cheap, which again is down to my dad, who also was able to sort CSKA Carnabies and Bees Knees out with a pitch.


No problems with money as of yet!!
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeFri 23 Oct 2009, 2:41 pm

We charge £3 for training (on 3g pitch) normaly rakes in about £15 p/w. Subs are £4.50 (if you start) £2.00 from the bench. Home pitch is £37 p/w so we drag in about £120 every 2 weeks and the outgoings are roughly £85 ! Every player has there own kit which they wash! We charge £30 signing on with that you get a training top with you're own name and number printed on! Everbody seems to be happy with the setup no complaints and there's plenty in the kity to by equipment which is always need through th seaon!
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Glenfield Town

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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeSat 24 Oct 2009, 11:07 am

Pitch fees £43, Ref £28, Kit wash £10

Subs £4 for 90mins, £3 for more than 45mins, £2 for 45 mins, £1 less then 45mins.

Signing on fee £5

Fund raising we do a bonus ball each week, a card in the pub.

This year we got £200 sponsorship from Superfly towards our new kit.

We just about break even each year.


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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeSat 24 Oct 2009, 4:34 pm

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We just about break even each year.

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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeSat 24 Oct 2009, 8:51 pm

Gabriel Gray....from heroes?

More like from losers!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeSun 25 Oct 2009, 2:41 pm

£50 signing on fee at the start of the season but for that you also got a personalised training jacket and training shirts.

We then have monthly training fee's of £10 and match day we charge £4 for a full game or £2 for subs or for those who go off.
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeSun 25 Oct 2009, 3:49 pm

your trasurer must be minted!
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeWed 28 Oct 2009, 6:59 pm

£10 signing on fee, £3.50 subs, but £2.00 if you come off, subs pay £1.50

Best idea of all was setting up standing orders for players so that when they turn up on Sundays with either no money or just enough for 2 pints, it doesn't matter.
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeWed 28 Oct 2009, 6:59 pm

Oh, ok then, in reality we run the Polish underworld and indulge in crack whores and extortion
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeThu 29 Oct 2009, 10:55 pm

£15 signing on , £4 subs if you start and £2 for substitutes. 2 quizes a season and a race nightbring in the cash also. The Foresters Arms are fantastic sponsors. At least we are doing well off the field !!
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeFri 30 Oct 2009, 9:45 am

£25 to sign on. £5 a match, £3 if you come off, £2 if you go on. Its about the going rate. I remember the days of £1.50 match subs though, they were brilliant!
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeSun 01 Nov 2009, 9:12 pm

£20 signing on, £4 for 90mins and pro-rata thereafter. £2 for training.

Have enough left over to heavily subsidise the end of season party.
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeSun 01 Nov 2009, 9:13 pm

Pro-rata thereafter?

So £5.33 if the game goes to extra time?
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeSun 01 Nov 2009, 10:31 pm

£4.50 per full match or pro rata for subs
£20 to sign on if your a regular
free to join if your a 'helper outer' lol
2 squads of 14 to give all regulars a game every week guaranteed
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeTue 24 Nov 2009, 12:40 pm

£45 pitch fee's, £30 ref
we charge £4 to play £2 if you come on as sub
didnt charge signing on fee
so far we have had enough money to pay the first half of the pitch fee's and players debts are being paid and goin down which has helped us alot

next season we will charge £10-£20 signing on fee with £4 a match still
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeTue 24 Nov 2009, 6:29 pm

Us at webbys pay £5 and no signing on fee.
Got a good sponsership for kit/food at horse and trumpet.
Paid first fifteen home games to save v.a.t. and have enough in kitty if ever
we wrapped up so the lads wouldnt kop a fine like a lot of clubs do.
Good thing mostly all the lads pay there subs.

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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeTue 24 Nov 2009, 7:40 pm

£ 15 signing on for wich you get a club jacket
£4 subs home £3 away
£2 if you come on as sub.
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeTue 24 Nov 2009, 8:58 pm

£10 signing on, £3 subs (£2 students or unemployed) £1 if sub
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeTue 24 Nov 2009, 11:32 pm

Gaz Great Wigston Manager wrote:
£45 pitch fee's, £30 ref
we charge £4 to play £2 if you come on as sub
didnt charge signing on fee
so far we have had enough money to pay the first half of the pitch fee's and players debts are being paid and goin down which has helped us alot

next season we will charge £10-£20 signing on fee with £4 a match still

The referees fee should be £28
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PostSubject: Re: The cost of running a club   The cost of running a club Icon_minitimeWed 25 Nov 2009, 9:02 am

it was a rough guide gordon lol
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