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Supporters will have a further opportunity to win one of the special one-off kits worn in the recent home game against Merstham to celebrate International Women’s Day. We are holding a raffle to win one of five further kits issued to the reserve bench on the day.
You can purchase tickets at the following home matches:
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All tickets are priced as follows: watch £2 per ticket or £5 for three.
You can purchase tickets source link in the bar before and after each game, the 12th man table near the main turnstiles or at the Supporters’ Trust shop.
follow link T follow he draw for winners will take place after the Lowestoft Town match on Saturday 8 April. If you’ve bought a ticket and are unable to attend the Lowestoft game then don’t worry, we will publish all winners names on the both the Club and Supporters’ Trust websites. All winners will need to claim their kits by 16 April 2017.
All proceeds from the raffle will be split equally between the click Intercity 125 fund and grafici in tempo reale per opzioni binarie Dulwich Hamlet TV. The Intercity 125 fund was set up to provide funds to take the first team over to Hamburg in 2018 to play our good friends, Altona 93, as part of the 125th anniversary celebrations for both clubs. Dulwich Hamlet TV provides free highlights of all matches alongside interviews with players, management and supporters and relies upon sponsorship and fundraising to maintain the service.
Finally, a big thank you to all who submitted bids in our silent auction to win one of kits that the first team wore against Merstham for International Women’s day. Together, with other collections conducted on the day of the game, around £2,000 was raised for IWD charity partners, Catalyst and the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.