Do you have some spare time? Are you interested in volunteering? Would you be willing to help the Bully Wee? Over 100 people volunteer for Clyde FC on a weekly basis, from coaching youngsters, writing in the match-day programme to co-ordinating fundraising activities. There are a number of activities that people with a few hours to spare each week can get involved in, from Abronhill to East Kilbride there will be activities to help the club.
Certainly, for some of the tasks a love of the Bully Wee and football is a help but for other roles it certainly isn't essential and all we ask for is a commitment to fulfil the task described. Who knows, this may be the first step for you in following the Clyde!
If you are interested in any of the roles listed below, click on the title for more information, download an application form and send it to .
You may also have other special talents, abilities or experience that you would like to use in helping Clyde FC. If you think that there are other ways in which you could assist, please contact Gordon Thomson via . If we have the resources available and your idea fits with our aims, we will do our best to help put your ideas into action.
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Bully Wee Fund Promoter
Aim & Description:
The club is looking for an individual who is able to spend the time to lead the promotion of the Bully Wee Fund. The BWF is the scheme which promotes ring fenced giving in order to raise funds for the manager's player budget. 35 people give at present can you increase the number of reguular givers?
Experience of marketing or sales would be ideal but really this role is all about enthusiasm and perseverance and some great people skills to encourage others to donate to the club!
The club will organise the adminstrative side of organising the regular giving eg monitoring the direct debit so this role is about being the identified lead and being the public face in order to grow the BWF.
The club requires help to organise events and or co-ordinate sponsorship activities. This role may be assisting the running of existing successful events eg a race night, sponsored walk or a fundraising dinner or it could be about making an idea happen
Whether you’ve got a wide, general interest in the history of The Bully Wee, or your specialist subject is programmes, match tickets, old strips, photographs, merchandise, club ties or whatever, we'd like to hear from you. Clyde Supporter, Gordon Sydney is leading up this team with the aim to celebrate the club's past and establish a record of the club for the future
a vested interest in all aspects of the history of Clyde FC, and
a willingness to put in time and effort to move the concept of The Clyde Archive forward.
The club is keen to raise its profile in the community and on occasions Clyde FC will have an information stand at community events, this will help promote the club and help others learn about the Bully Wee. Volunteers’ roles include booking a place, setting up the stand, distributing information and chatting to members of the public. From Landemer Day to the Kilsyth Gala wherever the event is held you can help us have a presence…
The role aims to enable the club to have a network of individuals who will be able to distribute information about season tickets, club events, special offers etc in their own local community, workplace or school. Too often the club has had good ideas in the past but these have not been circulated widely enough with uptake subsequently affected.
Whether it’s distributing season ticket flyers in your street, putting posters advertising future games in your school or corner shop a few moments of your time on an occasional basis would help the club tremendously.
Enthusiasm! Internet access an advantage
Permission for advertising in workplace or schools would need to be agreed by the volunteer and not the club
The new CIC status and Clyde FC’s charitable arm has given the club access to new income streams for some of its activities, this role would assist the club in trying to source additional funding. Your role would assist the club by helping to research and complete funding applications
Good written skills. Previous knowledge of application process an advantage
Assistance will be given in sourcing potential trust funds and grants