Wycombe Wanderers fans have had the chance to win exclusive prizes from the ‘Twelve Draws of Christmas’, launched by the 500 Club ahead of the festive period.
The 500 Club is in its second year, aiming to raise funds solely for the playing budget, to be spent during the January transfer window either on new players or extensions of contracts for existing stars.
Having raised almost £27,000 already this season, from 167 contributors, the initiative runs regular draws, giving supporters the opportunity to benefit from exclusive invitations, signed merchandise and more.
There’ll be 12 draws in the lead-up to Christmas so do sign up to the 500 Club-18 via 500wanderers.co.uk to be entered into each draw. Fans can either pay a one-off fee of £150, or spread the cost of 12 monthly instalments of £12.50.
Details of the draws and prizes (subject to change):
5th Dec – a ‘Director for the Day’ package at Adams Park – won by Eric Threlfall see this link
6th Dec – Signed WWFC Football – won by Richard Glenister see this link
8th Dec – Copy of Football Manager 2018 signed by GA – won by Steve Knight see this link
10th Dec – Copy of ‘The Beast’ signed by Bayo -won by Alan Fryer see this link
12th Dec – one 20% off voucher to be used in the Club shop –won by Keith Higgins of Wycombe Sound Radio see this link
14th Dec – 2018 Calendar signed by the playing squad – won by David Riddington see this link
16th Dec– A pair of Scott Brown goalie gloves – won by Richard Townsend
18th Dec – An opportunity to deliver the matchball at a chosen home game – won by Paul Churchett
20th Dec – Signed personalised plaque (as seen in players’ dressing room) – won by Gareth Cook
22nd Dec – 2018 Calendar signed by Gareth and/or the playing squad – won by Elizabeth Lowe see this link
24th Dec – Signed personalised name plaque (as used in players dressing room) – won by Derek Budd
26th Dec – Director for the Day – won by Philip Bate see this link
Picture above (thanks to WWFC and whoever took it) shows the first few winners receiving their prizes from Gareth.