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DPL Handbook 2018 - 2019

26th August 2018
DPL Handbook 2018 - 2019

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DPL 2018/2019 Newsletter - Edition 9

16th September 2018
DPL 2018/2019 Newsletter - Edition 9

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Gillingham Town FC - New Sponsor 2018/2019

22nd August 2018
Gillingham Town FC - New Sponsor 2018/2019

Gillingham Town FC are pleased to announce that our new First Team Shirt Sponsors for the 2018/19 season are Alan & Thomas Insurance Group, who were the winners of our Shirt Sponsor draw.


We would also like to place on record our thanks to all the businesses who purchased tickets for the draw, your continued support of our Club is greatly appreciated and is the lifeblood of our Club.


The attached photo shows the new shirt, together with our Chairman Pat Fricker and Rob Gale, Alan & Thomas’s Commercial Director.

Gill Sponsor

 

 

 

Football Stadia Improvement Fund

1st June 2018
Football Stadia Improvement Fund

The Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF) provides grants to football clubs in the Football League and the National League System, down to

Step 7, to improve their stadium facilities for players, officials and spectators.

 

Funded by the Premier League with an allocation of £6.5m per year.


This funding from the top of the game ensures that much-needed ground improvement projects throughout the football pyramid can

 

be undertaken, helping create safe and sustainable facilities for clubs and their fans.

 

 

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FA - Retain The Game

30th April 2018
FA - Retain The Game

MALE GRASSROOTS TEAMS GIVEN RETENTION BOOST BY NEW £1m FA FUNDING SCHEME

Retain the Game scheme is now open for applications with grants available for clubs to support existing adult male teams.
A brand new funding scheme is set to aid the retention of adult male teams within grassroots football clubs. The £1 million fund has been created to boost football’s traditional format following a recent decrease in the number of adult male FA-affiliated grassroots league teams 

Retain the Game, which is funded by The FA and delivered by the Football Foundation, is offering existing grassroots football clubs grants of £750 to continue offering valued playing opportunities in organised football. These grants will support clubs’ adult male teams in three age categories:

• Under-17 to Under-21
• Open Age 
• Veterans