The 400 Club

The Cards Trust 400 Club

The 3rd quarter draw will take place in the Cardinals Bar after the Sutton game on Saturday September 16th.
You have to be in it to win it!

Away Travel

Macclesfield Town 2nd September

Please note that the coach for this game has been cancelled.
Those wishing to travel to Maidstone on 9th September must confirm to the club shop by email; by mid day Tuesday 5th September.

The 400 Club

400 Club – 2nd Quarter Draw

The 2nd quarter draw for 2017 took place after the Woking v Watford game.

The first number drawn for the £100 prize was unfortunately for a lapsed member so we redrew!

£100 Unit 203 Cornelius Straver
£75 Unit 109 Barry Blastock
£50 Unit 247 Mr and Mrs Cox

Congratulations to our winners – their cheques are in the post!

The 3rd quarter draw will take place after the Sutton game on Saturday September 16th.

Should you wish to increase your numbers or persuade family and friends to join the 400 Club then application forms can be downloaded here.

You’ve got to be in it to win it!

Thanks for your support
John Hooker
Cards Trust 400 Club


Cards Trust Newsletter – Issue 13

The July 2017 issue of The Cards Trust Newsletter is now available to download & read.

Click here to read.

The Cards Trust

Statement from the Cards Trust

Members of the Trust, and other supporters, will be aware that the Board of Woking Football Club is in negotiation with a new investor, and that it has stated that it is confident that this investment will secure the long-term future of the Club. In order to progress this matter, the Board of the Football Club has called a General Meeting to approve the transfer of all Ordinary shares held by Peter Jordan, the majority shareholder and a Director of Woking Football Club Limited.

The General Meeting was originally planned to take place on 25 May, but has now been postponed to an undecided, later date, “pending ongoing, detailed and positive discussions”. As the shareholder with the second largest number of shares, the Cards Trust is anxious to ensure that the views of its members are reflected in the vote for the resolution at the General Meeting. However, the original date for the Football Club’s General Meeting meant that the Cards Trust Board was not given sufficient notice to call for a Special General Meeting of the Trust, as our constitution effectively requires at least 16 days’ notice to be given.