Hill Piling are not renewing the shirt sponsorship for next season, and due to the current economic climate it may prove difficult to find another major sponsor before the new season. Therefore we are making the shirt sponsorship available to everyone via a draw. It is something that we have done before, and it is something several clubs are doing this season.
But our draw is different, there are 10 prizes available and every ticket holder will be included in our 'Supporting Billericay Town FC' programme sponsor page. But what makes our draw different is the price - tickets are just £25 each and anyone can buy them.
At £25 per ticket it's an amount that all businesses can afford, and with the chance to buy multiple tickets people can increase their chances of a major prize whist keeping control of their spend. Supporters, schools, clubs can group together to form a syndicate. People can buy and donate the prize to a charity. Tickets can be purchased and gifted for birthdays etc. At Just £25 per draw ticket with 10 major prizes and a guaranteed insertion as a sponsor in the matchday programme it is fantastic value. Who knows, next season our shirts could be showing the logo of Cancer Research, Hamelin House, Brightside School, Stewarts, The Blue Army, BTSA, HMRC Salsa Troupe, Billercay Colts Fluffy Bunny, Big Nige, etc. etc.
For tickets call Mick Nixon on 07977 208203, Sharon on 07971 250342, email or purchase on Thursday evenings.
BILLERICAY TOWN FOOTBALL CLUB - SHIRT SPONSORSHIP DRAW PRIZES
1st Prize - First team shirt sponsorship for season 2010-2011. 2nd Prize - Full page program advert in every home programme. 3rd Prize - 1/2 page program advert in every home programme. 4th & 5th Prize - 1/4 page program advert in every home programme. 6th & 7th Prize - Season ticket for 2010-2011. 8th - 10th Prize - Free entry for two to a home league fixture of your choice and choose Man of the Match.
All other Ticket holders will be listed in the season’s programme as supporters of BTFC.
The draw will be made Saturday August 14th at 15:50.
This picture, which we think shows a BTFC Under 8s team, features a young Mike Marsh (back row, second left).
Mike joined Billericay Town as an Under 6, and made his first team debut this year against Sittingbourne. Whilst scoring prolifically for the Under 18s and Reserves, he also appeared against Concord Rangers in the Isthmian League Cup, and then made his league debut in the 2nd half away to Sutton United in the last game of the season.
Well done Mike! A great example of how young players can progess through the ranks at Billericay Town. We look forward to lots more goals from Mike next season, and discovering some more stars of the future at our upcoming youth team trials.
The Football Association have now confirmed the clubs that will be playing in the Ryman Football League in season 2010/11. There are a number of outstanding issues still to be resolved and the listings may be subject to subsequent change.
The constitution of the three Divisions for next season is:
AFC Hornchurch Aveley Billericay Town Bury Town Canvey Island Carshalton Athletic Concord Rangers Cray Wanderers Croydon Athletic Folkestone Invicta Harrow Borough Hastings United Hendon Horsham Kingstonian Lowestoft Town Maidstone United Margate Sutton United Tonbridge Angels Tooting & Mitcham United Wealdstone
Dave McSweeney will be back in a blue shirt next season, whilst Danny Green has secured a big move to League 2 side Dagenham & Redbridge on a 3-year contract.
Speaking on the moves, Craig Edwards said: "I'm delighted to have Macca back. I phoned him after Steve gave me the job and he asked where I was. I replied 'Where you should bloody be, at Billericay!!'. He is glad to be back and will big a big asset for us next season. He was my captain when I had him at Southend United as a youngster.
I am very pleased for Danny Green. He looks a good prospect and he is going to a great club for bringing through youngsters from non-league football. John Still rang me to apologise for signing him virtually as soon as I got here. He also kindly agreed to bring Dagenham & Redbridge over for a pre-season friendly."