Player of the Month

Player of the Month

December 2020

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Player of the Month

December Player of the Month

Winner of the December Player of the Month was last year’s Player of the Season, Craig Ross. There were 8 players nominated.

Well done to Craig and thanks to those that took part.

The Cards Trust

2020 AGM Minutes

The Minutes for the 2020 AGM have now been uploaded. You can find them here.


Goldrush Winner!

Congratulations to Andy Turner who was the winner of the Goldrush during the Aldershot match. He has generously donated his £145.50 winnings to the Boost the Budget fund. Thanks to him!

The winning ticket number was GRT91230

The Cards Trust

Well Done, Winners!

Well done to Liam Rodgers (age 6) and Justin Murrells (age 9) who won the Junior Cards writing competition. John Hooker visited signed Woking FC Footballs and other ‘bits and pieces’ as prizes.

A Woking FC Christmas Tail (by Liam Rodgers)

One day I was walking home from school with my dad. And I saw a cat. The cat looked sad; the cats name was KC Kat. I asked KC Kat ‘what’s wrong’?

He said, ‘I am lost, and I live at Kingfield Stadium’. ‘Me and my dad will take you home’. KC Kat said ’I can’t wait to get home to see my dad, his name is Dowse. I need to help him wrap presents for everyone who supports Woking FC for Christmas’.

‘My dad Dowse dresses up as Santa Clause, he got stuck in the Chimney because he ate too many minced Pies’ KC Kat said.

I love Santa Clause; he brings me presents on Christmas Eve.

We took KC Kat back to Kingfield Stadium and rang the doorbell. The door opened and there he was, Santa Clause! ‘Ho Ho merry Christmas’, me and KC Kat was so excited.

Then Santa took off his hat and then pulled down his beard. It was Dowse dressed as Santa again.

KC Kat got home safely. Mr Dowse said ‘thankyou very much and remember to be a good boy because the real Santa will be on his way very soon. Ho Ho!

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A Christmas story at WFC by Justin Murrells

It was an early morning on Christmas Day and Alan Dowse was there getting things ready for the children to arrive. Unfortunately, KC Kat was stuck in traffic and Alan was struggling to put up all the decorations and wrap the presents.

Alan decided to call all the players to come and help out. All the players turned up to help out but the sun was setting and were all running out of time. Then with a magical moment, my granddad with his WFC top on helped out to make it final.

All was quiet on the Christmas evening, all the presents was wrapped and all the decorations were up. The doors burst open to the Club and the children ran with KC Kat being lifted and carried in to get ready to party.

Everyone had a wonderful time at WFC and look forward to the next party.

The End

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The Cards Trust

Cards Trust Board Changes

Following the Trust AGM on Wednesday 9th December, the Trust Board are delighted to welcome Adam Bowyer and Bob Raikes to the Board as Co Opted Members. Adam has helped organise Away Coaches and supported Trust events, Bob has updated and modernised the Trust Website and produces regular Newsletters to keep members informed.

Paula Assheton has taken over as secretary and George Burnett was confirmed as the Cards Trust representative on the Woking FC Board. He will continue to act as Membership Secretary, which is not a board position.

The AGM minutes are now available on the website.

The 400 Club

400 Club Changes!

To date, the 400 Club has paid out £7,300 in prize money and has given £13,500 to the football club which is brilliant and a big thank you to all our members past and present, not everyone renews!

Because of our success I am pleased to announce that we shall be increasing our draw frequency from quarterly to bi-monthly, so that makes it SIX draws a year enabling us to give a further £450 out in prize money therefore a total next year of £1,350 in the regular draws and plus the £500 for Christmas, that’s a total of £1,850.

So good luck to our existing members and hopefully we can entice non-members to sign up to the ‘400’.

Application forms for 2021 are available below and as they say, ‘you have to be in it to win it!’

Thank you. John Hooker

The 400 Club

400 Club Winners

The winner of the £500 draw was Dave Curtis with number 326. (See this update)

The other fourth quarter winners are:

  • £100 number 404            G A  Steele
  • £75   number 452             Scott Newman-Bale
  • £50   number 365             James Harden

Congratulations to our winners.

Very best wishes to everyone

John Hooker
Cards Trust 400 Club

Woking FC

Volunteers at the Laithwaite

The Club is looking for volunteers to act as guides and helpers for potential help after the up-coming match against Hartlepool (for which, there are enough). Details are in the document below.

Woking FC

Woking FC Spectators’ Code

Woking FC Spectators’ Code of Conduct

This following has been based upon SG02 guide with our own observations included and forms the Woking FC Spectators’ Code of Conduct.

In order to assist our staff and staff and stewards, and help to protect you and your fellow spectators, you are kindly requested to follow this guidance to ensure everyone is as safe as we can possible be. 

  • If you are suffering with a new continuous cough, a high temperature over 37.6C, a change in taste or smell, diagnosed with suffering with symptoms of Covid- 19, knowingly been in recent contact with anyone suffering with Covid-19 or have been directed to isolate by the NHS, DO NOT attend the Laithwaite Stadium 
  • Do not attend any Woking FC match or event if you reside in a current Tier 3 area or subject to local ‘lockdown’ restrictions.
  • Before you travel, check what amenities are available in the zone you are in, that you can access what you require and which gate you MUST enter.
  • Upon arrival at the Laithwaite Stadium, look for the socially distanced painted feet on the ground and keep to the spacing when going through the entry points into the ground.
  • Our capacity is based on the 1M+ guidance so you are requested to wear a face mask while around the stadium.
  • At all times and in all parts of the ground, please observe social distancing and avoid close contact with others NOT in your social bubble.
  • Arrive in good time to go through all the necessary procedures at the correct entry point.
  • Be aware your temperature will be taken as a condition of entry.  If it is too high (37.6c) you will be denied entry on the grounds of public safety.
  • Make sure in advance you know where your entry point is and how to navigate around the facilities in your area.  Each area will be restricted as to where you can go.
  • Follow the painted arrows or signs to get to your designated viewing space.
  • Please note that inside the Laithwaite Stadium, contactless payment will be the primary choice of payment.
  • Under current guidance the bars will be closed.  Do not bring alcohol into the ground and do not bring in drinks in cans or glass bottles. 
  • Familiarise yourself with any one-way systems or routes around the ground.  The route you have always used may no longer be viable.
  • Remain in your seat or terrace section at all times where possible.  Less movement is less chance of a transmission.