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LOTTERY: Win up to £10,000

Support the Reds and maybe win a prize or two along the way

6 October 2020

Do you want the chance to win up to £10,000 in the Accrington Stanley Lotto Weekly Draw?

The new look ASFC Lotto Draw (formerly Gold Bond), in partnership with the National Youth and Community Development Association (NYCDA), prize pot was reduced on 22nd April in line with the gambling commission guidelines.

The maximum prize was temporarily reduced from £1,800 to £1,000 weekly, this was due to the coronavirus outbreak and therefore limited collections from all its members in the draw.

Now is the time to up the ante and offer the opportunity of winning some excellent new prizes.

From Wednesday 4th November the main prize will remain at £1,000, however the weekly prize pot will be reintroduced as follows:

  • 1 x £1,000
  • 1 x £100
  • 2 x £50
  • 10 x £10
  • 1 x Pair of Vue Cinema tickets
  • Rollover Extra - £500 (to a maximum of £10,000)

By entering the ASFC Lotto Weekly Draw from only £1 a week for seven lucky numbers or £2 a week for 14 lucky numbers, you will not only be helping football club financially but will be giving yourself a chance of winning some great prizes.

The weekly prize pot is very much linked to the membership base shared by several different football clubs.

Prior to the COVID-19 lockdown, the membership numbers were on the rise - now is the time to get them back up to and beyond previous levels.

The more numbers on the membership list, the higher the weekly prizes.

Join the ASFC Lotto Weekly Draw today - you can join online by CLICKING HERE or by contacting the club on 01254 356950 (Option 3), or you can call into the club shop on any weekday between 10am - 4pm.

Please note due to gambling laws, Accrington Stanley Football Club cannot take payments from credit cards, however we can accept payment by debit card, cheque or via the online method.

Support the Reds and maybe win a prize or two along the way!


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