England 2018 campaign
From the FA - “England 2018 is staging a national 'Wear Your Shirt To Work Day' on Tuesday 24th August to mark 100 days to go until we find out if our bid to host the World Cup has been successful.
This is your chance to get behind England's bid and wear your colours with pride! On the day, people across the country will be swapping their regular work attire for their favourite football strip to demonstrate their support for England's World Cup Bid.
England 2018 ambassador Rio Ferdinand has encouraged everyone to get their shirts on: "’Wear Your Shirt To Work Day’ is a great chance for the entire country to get together as one team and back the bid. I can't wait to see so many people wearing their football shirts to work!"
So, come on Imps, wear your shirt to work tomorrow.
Gillingham vs. Lincoln City
Great result! Chris Sutton commented “we rode our luck a little but I thought we did well”. You did, Chris and the team, we are only three points from the play-offs. Come to Sincil Bank on Saturday and support the Imps against Crewe.
The Social and Community Value of Football report is being distributed to CEO’s at League Club’s this week. To see the summary report, go to http://www.supporters-direct.org/downloads/socialvalue/svoff%20summary%20report.pdf
UEFA announces Supporter Liaison Officers
From 2012/13 clubs will have the obligation to appoint a Supporter Liaison Officer to ensure a proper and constructive dialogue between a club and its fans. To get to know more about this important move for fans go to http://www.supporters-direct.org/news/item.asp?n=10288&cat=sd_eng
Keep up your support for Billy Jarish
On the day of the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy game, Tuesday 31st August, Imps fan Billy Jarish will be cycling to Rotherham to try and raise funds for the Imps 12th Man. Sponsor Billy to cycle to Rotherham and put some money into our club.
Click the link below to sponsor Billy!
The 12th Man is run by Imps fans that are committed to helping the club, by organising events, raising funds, and helping the club financially.
The Trust gives its support to all Lincoln City supporter organisations that are busy raising funds for the Imps.