A flying start!
The football season has got off to an exciting start with wins and performances from Notts which surely will fuel everybody’s optimism. In Nolan and Hardy we trust! Success on the pitch has had a knock-on effect with fans wanting to support the club through the Official Supporters’ Association. Already we are 50% up on last year’s numbers! Thanks for all your support!
If you would like the Notts County Official Supporters Association, pop in to visit Lois and Janet in our office on match-days, which is next to the ticket office on Meadow Lane, or join online, via www.ncfcosa.co.uk/membership and our new easy-to-use membership portal.
The Notts County Official Supporters Association, (NCFCOSA), is run by the fans, for the fans. We dedicate our time to maintaining a bond with the football club which is superb for both parties as we can provide a platform for member’s voices to be heard and likewise with the football club. Membership costs just £10 per season.
This season, we have witnessed the launch of our new website which has been re-built from the ground up – with many new features, too. Built by the fans, for the fans. We actively encourage businesses to advertise on our website. For just £50 per advert (small), you can be listed on our website in a designated advertising location! For more information; contact [email protected]
Furthermore, the NCFCOSA is delighted to be sponsoring Haydn Hollis this season – especially after he scored against Everton in the EFL Trophy, too! He is truly one of our own and we are all very proud of him so it is a no-brainer to sponsor him! You’ll see his name, and ours, on the scoreboard, next time he scores!
Supporters are aware that we fundraise, tirelessly, to raise money for our Academy. Our Chairman, John Terrington, and the committee would like to thank all the fans that support us on match days or down at Highfields on a Sunday! We are always needing prizes to keep our raffles going so if you have any unwanted presents, we are always please to receive them at our office on a match day.
Finally our thanks go to Alan Hardy for the smart new sign above our office door.