FA Trophy
#31

Westfields beat Leiston in their 2016 epic FA Cup run which ended in 1st round proper defeat by Curzon in a replay.
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#32

I just bought a ticket!

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#33

(10-12-2020, 07:48 PM)Prorsum Semper Wrote:  Hoping it will be streamed.

Yes the streaming will continue
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#34

Personally I can't get that excited over a FA Trophy run. We have a new manager with a small squad & a couple of key players already out. Is it really worth risking a few more knocks chasing a 'tinpot trophy' instead of concentrating on where we are in the League & giving that the 100% with our limitations ?
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#35

What sort of prize money can the club make from the fa trophy.?
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#36

Second round: Winners receive £3750, losers receive £1000
Third round: Winners receive £4500, losers receive £1250
Fourth round: Winners receive £5250, losers receive £1500
Fifth round: Winners receive £6000, losers receive £1750
Quarter Final: Winners receive £7500, losers receive £2000
Semi-Final: Winners receive £15,000, losers receive £5000
Final runners-up: £30,000
Final winners: £60,000
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#37

Not doing anything on Tuesday night so just bought tickets for me and the boys to walk down and cheer on the lads! They were 4 and 2 years old when the floods came!!!!
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#38

(12-12-2020, 12:40 AM)Oldboy Wrote:  Personally I can't get that excited over a FA Trophy run. We have a new manager with a small squad & a couple of key players already out. Is it really worth risking a few more knocks chasing a 'tinpot trophy' instead of concentrating on where we are in the League & giving that the 100% with our limitations ?

A day out at Wembley is nothing to be sniffed at. By the end of next week we could be four wins from a Wembley final.

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#39

I intend to buy a ticket but will be stewarding on the night.

Are stewards and other support staff on the night counted within the 978 allowed in the ground. If they are in addition to the 978 then by buying a ticket I will be reducing the capacity to 977, and potentially depriving someone of being able to watch, in the event of a full house.

If I don't have to produce a ticket then would it be better for us paying stewards etc to make a donation to the City Fundraiser instead (details on this forum)?

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#40

(12-12-2020, 08:21 AM)SHANDY LOVE MACHINE Wrote:  I intend to buy a ticket but will be stewarding on the night.

Are stewards and other support staff on the night counted within the 978 allowed in the ground. If they are in addition to the 978 then by buying a ticket I will be reducing the capacity to 977, and potentially depriving someone of being able to watch, in the event of a full house.

If I don't have to produce a ticket then would it be better for us paying stewards etc to make a donation to the City Fundraiser instead (details on this forum)?
I’ve volunteered and bought a ticket to get some money rolling into the club, but - like what shandy says, if numbers are tight etc...
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