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2018/19 Season News

The Weekly News : Issue 41

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The Weekly News : Issue 41

Posted†November 23, 2018


This year Cowdenbeath FC is once again promoting its own Christmas Prize Draw. Books of raffle tickets are now available in the Club office with tickets on sale at £1 each. Fund raising is absolutely vital for football clubs and Cowdenbeath FC are no exception. Please do buy some tickets but it is even more vital that our fans take some books and actively sell them to their family and friends. Please help your club with this year’s draw.

The draw will take place on Saturday 22 December 2018 and the prizes on offer include: Cash prizes of £250 and £100, a Colour TV, a Christmas Hamper, Case of 6 bottles of wine, a Bottle of Malt Whisky, and more.


Admission prices will be £10 (adults)/£5 (concessions). Any replay would take place at 3pm at Brora on Saturday 1 December.


Club Directors met with Brian Mann from the SFA on this subject at Central Park. In particular to look further at the Recommendations of the recent Independent Review and how these relate to Clubs. The club of course has its own published policy and laid down procedures. It is a wide-ranging subject and for example areas such as the club’s part ownership of the Fife Elite Football Academy, our Community activities and allowing the Blue Brazil Boys Club to use our trademarked name are just some of the wider aspects that also need to be kept in view.


We look forward to welcoming Ladbrokes who will be visiting Central Park on Tuesday to film and conduct interviews with staff, etc. pre the match v Queen’s Park

As Ladbrokes have intimated, ‘The intention being that as proud sponsors for the SPFL we really want to showcase to the world what Scottish football is all about and honour those not just on the park but off it too. This season, we'll be visiting all 42 clubs for a Ladbrokes social media series we call #Lads42. Our aim is to give fans and the world alike a behind the scenes look at all the love, blood, sweat and tears that go into the match day experience. From the Kit man to the Programme seller. Giving an insight into some of the real characters at the club. The people who help make the club tick†