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Junior Stones relaunched with Loyalty Card Scheme

Wealdstone FC Supporters Club have relaunched their very popular Junior Stones scheme for young Wealdstone supporters.

This coming Saturday and at subsequent home games at The Vale young fans under the age of 14 can collect a special Junior Stones Loyalty Card (pic attached). Once the card holder has attended 6 home league or cup games, with the card being stamped in the Club Shop (Wealdstone FC Megastore) at each game, the card holder is entitled to a free gift of either a Stones scarf or hat or other souvenir from the well-stocked shop.

All young fans under the age of 14 can gain free entry to Wealdstone league games provided they are accompanied by an Adult.

Wealdstone have announced that their pre-season friendly at home to Bromley on Saturday 28th July would be a special ‘Meet the Team’ Family Day.

Fans are being encouraged to attend early to watch an open training session between 12:30pm and 2pm under the watchful gaze of manager Bobby Wilkinson. Youngsters can join in and have a tour of the changing rooms and listen to the post-match talks between staff and players ahead of the 3pm Kick Off.

Admission prices will be further reduced at £5 Adults, £3 Under 18's and Under 14's go FREE with a paying adult, we will also be launching a Family Ticket priced at £10 for 2 Adults and 2 Under 18's.

Players not involved in the match will also be available to meet and greet, where they will pose for photos and answer your questions.

The whole squad, including the Stones’ recent influx of new signings will be available for a ‘meet and greet’ in Ruislip Social Club after the game for everybody.

There are also adult deals available at the bar too, with Fosters, Strongbow, Young’s and a guest ale all available at £3 a pint.

Bromley will prove to be a stern test for Wilkinson's side. They play a league above the Stones in the National League where they finished 9th last season, missing out on the play-offs by three points. They also reached the final of the FA Trophy where they lost to Brackley Town on penalties, who beat Wealdstone in their semi-final.

The management team, players and staff will be hoping to see as many faces as possible on the day and look forward to greeting you all as they finalise preparations for the 2018/19 season.


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