THE FIRST of its kind in Welsh football. 

Conwy Borough FC came out in rainbow kit to battle homophobia. 

 On Friday 8th March, Conwy Borough FC players came out onto the pitch in a rainbow kit to play a fixture against Prestatyn FC in support of football’s fight against homophobia. 

Following the lead of Altrincham FC, this is the first of its kind in Welsh football, the Huws Gray Alliance side’s usual tangerine orange strip was replaced with the colours of the LGBT pride flag. This is yet another great example of the recent health and community awareness activities that have been developed and run by Conwy Borough FC as part of the more than a club project launched last year. 

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Is selling community shares a better way for a football club to raise money?

Is selling community shares a better way for a football club to raise money?

Tasked with advising football clubs on how to become financially self-sustaining and less grant or donation reliant over the years; that’s a burning question I’ve been asking myself more of late.

Whilst traditionally I’d be very confident of a club achieving success in raising enough money through subscriptions, match tickets, catering+hospitality, merchandise and sponsorship– that’s certainly not the case as much nowadays

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