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STFC Re-Launch Football 4 Free

Swindon Town Football Club have re-launched the Football 4 Free Scheme for the 2006/07 season.

OFFICIAL RELEASE FROM http://www.swindontownfc.co.uk

Swindon Town FC prides itself on its community work and encourages its players and staff to participate in many local schemes. Chances are one or two of the Town players visit your children's school on a regular basis to assist with training sessions.

Well now we would like to welcome you and your children to enjoy watching the Town run out onto the hallowed County Ground turf on a Saturday afternoon. The team have made an excellent start to the new season and the management team of Dennis Wise and Gus Poyet have created a real 'buzz' around the ground and the atmosphere on a matchday is electric. We truly feel that there has never been a better time to introduce your children to the joys of football.

The purpose of the Football4Free scheme is to bring to your attention the discounts available for families, juniors, and students to watch Coca Cola League Two football.

For children under the age of seven, entrance is completely free of charge*. Under 16s can watch Swindon Town FC for as little as 4 each**. For those teenagers who prefer to leave their parents at home, tickets are only 7. Older students*** can choose the camaraderie of the Town end for 12, or a seat in the Arkells or nationwide stand for 13.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS EXCITING SCHEME OR TO DOWNLOAD A INFORMATION PACK CLICK HERE




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The Journalist

Writer: Moonraker1969 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 18 2006

Time: 5:50PM

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Milton Keynes Dons surporters and the club are talking about giving everything won by Wimbledon to AFC Wimbledon. This desision will be made in the next few weeks. With this desision we hope that you will drop the franchise chants as remember we dont have to pass the history over to them.
the rodge
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19/09/2006 14:38:00

If you give all the clubs history to AFC Wimbledon I would be more than happy to make "Some" allowances for the MK Dons.
STFC_Editor
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19/09/2006 17:18:00

I hope they do, as MK Donuts have to create their own history and acheivements, not pinch someone elses.
APG_STFC
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20/09/2006 07:04:00

Well first is wasnt pinched and can you stop refering us as donut k
the rodge
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20/09/2006 15:05:00

This to me is like buying Schumacher's F1 racingcar and then calling yourself World Champion F1 driver.
APG_STFC
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20/09/2006 18:02:00

that cause u r stupid
the rodge
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21/09/2006 14:30:00

 

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