Havant and Waterlooville FC are thrilled to announce their latest community initiative ‘FlexLeigh 1000’ this week that aims to drive inclusivity for all football supporters and fans.
Working in close partnership with, Snows Group, Drew Smith, Paris Smith, Gibbs and Dandy, Draper Tools and Cummins & Pope the Club’s Community Partners, has enabled a wonderful collaborative donation of 1000 discounted tickets to be given to seniors, veterans, NHS employees, key workers and families.
These special FlexLeigh tickets provide holders with flexibility to attend League matches as and when they can make it and at an affordable cost. The bearers will be able to visit the Draper Tools Community Stadium on League match days for less than half price at £6.
What’s unique about the tickets is that they give entry for up to two adults at £6 each and free entry for two children under the age of 16, meaning that a family of two adults and 2 children can attend League matches for £12.
The Club are extremely grateful for the generous support of their Community Partners who have made the FlexLeigh ticket possible cementing the commitment between the Club, sponsors and the local community.
Charlotte Chandler, Hawks Commercial & Marketing Manager, said, “ It’s an absolute delight to be able to bring this initiative to fruition, it means a great deal to us and our partners to be able to support making football more affordable within our local community”.
With 1000 FlexLeigh Tickets to give away, the Club invite everyone interested to contact them by email for a FlexLeigh Ticket form. The tickets will be ready to collect from Monday 18th – Friday 22nd October between 10am and 3pm and on Saturday 23rd October from 2pm – 3pm prior to the Slough Town kick off.
Please email [email protected] to obtain your FlexLeigh ticket form.