LATEST NEWS & ANNOUNCEMNTS

The Committee of the Notts County FC Official Supporters
Association are proud to announce they are supporting Notts
County FC by becoming Official Partners of Notts County FC
for the season 2024/25

The committee feel by joining Notts County FC to become
Commercial Partners this will bring huge benefits and open
more doors for NCFCOSA, for example, increased
membership, increased sponsorship, leading to more funds to
support the academy and club.

With the opening of the clubs state-of-the-art fanzone and
events space, the Nest, this gives NCFCOSA a great
opportunity to raise even more funds for our club / academy.
Notts CountyF.C. are offering an incredible community
programme this season operated by Notts County Foundation,
which NCFCOSA have been invited to be part of working with
Notts County Foundation on new projects. Exciting times
ahead!


The committee would like to thank CEO Joe Palmer, Adam
Chantrey Head of commercial sales and Sam Crawford from
The Foundation for their help and support.


Onwards & Upwards! COYP!

NCFCOSA are proud to announce that James Sanderson has won the 2023/2024 under 21 player of the year who has come through our academy.
We are waiting for the SLO Charlie Roach to arrange a date for the  presentation and photos with James.
 
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Notification of A.G.M.
 
NCFCOSA is holding its Annual General Meeting (A.G.M.) on Wednesday, 12th June 2024, starting at 2:45 PM for a prompt 3:00 PM start in the Lawton Bar.
 
Attendance: All fully paid-up members from the 2023/24 season are welcome to attend the AGM and may apply to stand for committee positions. To stand for a committee position, you need to request a nomination form from secretary@ncfcosa.co.uk. The form will require a proposer and a seconder. The closing date for nomination forms is Tuesday, 28th May 2024. Any forms received after this date will not be accepted. Forms can be returned electronically.
 
Committee Expectations: All committee members are expected to contribute to fundraising events and attend a committee meeting once a month on a Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 PM. While we understand it may not be possible to attend every meeting, missing three consecutive meetings without explanation will result in removal from the committee.
 
Volunteer Basis: Please note that committee members are volunteers and do not receive any expenses or perks from the club. We work purely for the love of the club.
 
Appreciation: I would like to take this opportunity to thank the fans for all their kind words of appreciation over the season.
 
Kind regards,
 
Patricia Akers
21/04/2024

Honorary members

Hi all. As I am sure most of you are aware, The OSA has it's 10th anniversary this year. So to mark the occasion I decided those involved from its Inception should be rewarded. So with the full backing of the team
Patricia Akers David Akers John Terrington Lois Brough
Have been made Honorary members. I am proud to say they all thoroughly deserve it. Time effort and loyalty in raising funds for no personal gain. That makes them special people.
So to end thank you all so much for all the hard work over the years. From myself and the team at the OSA ❤️❤️❤️

News from the OSA.
A small group of committee members visited the Academy training camp
at Clifton for a photo shoot with staff and academy players.

 The OSA
purchased two goal posts on wheels, as shown in the picture.

The OSA and the academy had planned a joint community day to raise
money for two shelters for our academy, but it is with reluctance this
event has been cancelled.
The OSA was planning a big community event on April 20 th 2024 with a
bouncy castle, street artists, and a football penalty shootout.
Nearly £6,000 is required to buy the shelters. We could not manage to
stage this event on the small car park allocated on Ironmonger Road
with no toilet faculties for supporters with children. To hire two portable
toilet cabins would have taken the profit we made. There was also the
worry of public liability insurance on a car park.
The OSA committee are hoping to move this event to the Clifton training
ground, but have not had confirmation from the Academy Manager.

OSA News 23/02/2024

Fans may already be aware that Mansfield Museum is curating an exhibition about football.

"Football: The Beautiful Game" is scheduled to open at the end of March and will delve into various aspects of football, from grassroots and its origins to the Premier League and WSL. The exhibition will explore themes of equality, diversity, and inclusion within the sport, considering perspectives from both players and supporters. Additionally, it will examine how football is depicted in television, film, and gaming, as well as its governance and the underlying sciences.

The museum will showcase how different groups contribute to supporting individuals, communities, and clubs through A4 display boards featuring their work.

NCFCOSA was invited to participate in the Mansfield Museum exhibition by Kirsty Sanders. Patricia Akers has provided the history of NCFCOSA and expresses gratitude to Kirsty Sanders for extending the invitation to the Notts County F.C. Official Supporters Association.

SURFING THE FLAG

As supporters are aware, the Official Supporters Association purchased a surfing flag this season and has made efforts to ensure it is displayed at every opportunity. However, adverse weather conditions, such as dampness, rain, and wind, often prevent its use. Furthermore, safety concerns prohibit its display during dark winter evenings. Thanks are extended to Charlie Roach for kindly facilitating the display of the flag on match days.

Charlie Palmer

visiting the osa office prior to the Gillingham game