We will get through this, but the effects on our community will last a long time. One of the things that helps define our community is sport, and in particular, football. The suspension of fixtures across the country for an indefinite period, will put an enormous strain on every club’s finances and its ability to operate.
At Stirling Albion, we don't have financial backers who can draw on their wealth to see us through hard times. We are a semi-professional football team, in Scottish League 2. We are owned by ordinary fans and run by volunteers. Every penny is hard-earned and goes into the betterment and development of the club and the surrounding community. Most of our income comes from people paying to watch us, from hospitality and from sponsorship. The coronavirus pandemic has virtually wiped out these income streams so we are asking for your help. We are looking to raise as much money as we can to ensure that, when all of this is over, we still have a viable, competitive team to support in Stirling.
We know you have plenty of other things to think about and we know that football is the least of your worries. But if you could spare a few pounds to help us we would be most grateful. The Supporters Trust and the Club are working together to make sure that every penny we raise goes straight into club funds.
- Sheena Malcolm
- Murray Greasley
- Anna Ind
Fundraising team: SAST and Club Boards (4)
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