As most of you know, tomorrow represents a special date in the history of our club as we attempt to get back to winning ways against Merstham.
We have now been at the QEII Stadium for 10 years and to mark the occasion, Saturday will be a “Whole Club Day” illustrating how we have grown and how the stadium has become a hub for football in Enfield.
This will involve our youth section and women’s and girls teams carrying out of number of matchday roles, taking over under supervision from those who normally carry out such duties.
They will also be collecting for two charities: an autism unit in Enfield for purchase of sensory equipment and Great Ormond Street Hospital.
We are producing a larger than usual programme including how we came to be at the QEII in the first place as well as unique interviews with former Towners legends Steve Newing, Liam Hope, Mark Kirby and Bryan Hammatt. You can pick up a copy from sellers in the ground or at the club shop.
For this senior fixture alone, there is free admission for U18s. ID may be required. Otherwise normal admission prices apply.
With a large photoshoot planned, we expect to have anything between 100-200 youth and parents (200-300) people in the ground by 1.15pm before the mainstream supporters arrive.
Tottenham Hotspur’s Development are arriving before the game to organise an exercise walk at 12.30 PM outside our QE11 stadium. If you are interested in taking part fill in the form on the link below or turn up and fill it in when you arrive. Alternatively contact Christine Hamilton on 07949071587 .