Springfield closure

We have arranged some exciting neutral grounds for what would have been our home games in March, including Wycombe Wanderers’ Adams Park. Despite our home stadium Springfield being out of action for ground upgrade works, we have – as always – been working hard behind the scenes to find solutions.  

We are a proud new history making club, and as such we continue to push the boundaries of expectation. We will continue the charge with three “home” games on the mainland at three excellent grounds.

Rescheduled Matches (new dates & locations shown)

19th March

vs Banstead Athletic

Adams Park – home of Wycombe Wanderers

3pm Kick off

Nearest Airport – Heathrow

26th March

vs Colliers Wood United FC

Jubilee Field, home of Three Bridges FC

2pm Kick off

Nearest Airport Gatwick

30th March

vs Balham FC

The Racecourse Ground, home of Ascot United

7.45pm Kick off

These changes, whilst very exciting, remain a huge blow to everyone involved with the club, especially our season ticket holders and supporters. Not only do we as a club rely on our gate receipts as an essential part of our income, but the matchday home crowd gives the team that 12th player effect boost – every time.

We are delighted to be able to offer every season ticket holder a choice between a free streaming pass for these fixtures ensuring that they can watch the Bulls regardless of the changes. Alternatively, season ticket holders could select to have a complementary lunch at Springfield Stadium for the two Saturday matchdays, with the game being streamed live to the venue. Lunch spots are limited and will be assigned on a first come first serve basis. Please email the club to reserve your free spot, only available to season ticket holders and additional spaces will only be offered to non-season ticket holders afterwards.

Needless to say, should any season ticket holder travel to any of the three “home” games in England then you will of course receive free entry to the ground. If you have purchased a ticket for any of these games or a season ticket holder the club will write to you directly.

Whilst nothing compares to having our fans cheering us on in person, we hope you will take advantage of these opportunities to support the team.

We are a 100% voluntary club and as such any changes to revenue have a big impact.  If anyone would like to add a donation to their free streaming pass when registering or donate an additional amount at the checkout, we would be extremely grateful, but there is no pressure to do so.

We appreciate that our proposed solutions might not work for all season ticket holders and anyone not wanting to take up the offers can apply to have a pro-rated discount applied to their season ticket next season.

Finally we would like thank our friends at Wycombe Wanderers, Three Bridges and Ascot United for making their grounds available to be our one-time home and for the opposition with their flexibility and cooperation.

Thank you for your ongoing support of Jersey Bulls FC


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