Fans v Fans Game - Charity Game


HALESOWEN TOWN FOOTBALL CLUB are proud to announce that they will be hosting a fans v fans charity game at the end of the 2021-22 season.

Yeltz fans will be given the opportunity to play at the Grove in a fans v fans charity game.

Depending on how the season pans out the game will take place on either Sunday 24th April or Sunday 8th May 2022.

There will be 2 squads of 20 players with the teams managed by Yeltz Legends Lee and Paul Joinson.

Match Officials for the day will be Steve ‘The Ferret’ Brettle, Paul ‘PA’ Essom and local referee and Yeltz fan Emma ‘Red Card’ Wilkinson.

Each player will pay £30 to play, with a guaranteed 45 minutes gametime.

All money raised on the day will be split between Cancer Research UK and Stroke Association Charities. Links to the amazing work they do can be found at the bottom of the page.

For your chance to play on the hallowed turf please see the details below:

  • Spaces are limited to 40 players

  • Players must be over 18

  • Players must be willing to fill in and sign an injury disclaimer form

  • A £10 non-refundable deposit must be paid at the game against Sporting Khalsa on New Year’s Day

  • The balance of £20 must then be paid on the Chasetown game on March 19th

  • Should a player wish to pay more than £30 to charity they are more than welcome to do so

  • Teams and positions will be drawn at random once we have the 40 taking part

  • Any player can bring their child as mascot on the day for a £10 fee

  • Mascots will take part in their own 5 a side game prior to the main game

  • The day will commence at 11am with the charity game kicking off at 1pm

  • There will be a Half Time penalty shootout for kids with prizes available

  • The James Grove Lounge will be open before, during and after the game along with the Yeltz Café

  • Post-game there will be a quiz in the James Grove Lounge

  • To register your interest email


This will be a great fun day out for all the family with the opportunity to raise money for two great causes.

Cancer Research UK:

Stroke Association:


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