Aston Villa Foundation

The Aston Villa Foundation is a registered charity that delivers the community and social responsibility work of Aston Villa Football Club.

Working alongside key local and national stakeholders, the Foundation delivers projects, initiatives and provides opportunities to achieve its mission of ‘Working Together to Enrich Lives’.

The Foundation and its partners work with people from a variety of backgrounds in Birmingham as well as supporting the wider ‘Aston Villa family’ through several departments including schools, football in the community, disability, health and wellbeing, education, interventions and community relations.

Banbury United FC

Banbury United Football Club is a football club based in Banbury, Oxfordshire, England. They are currently members of the Southern League Premier Division Central and play at the Spencer Stadium.

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Barrow Raiders

The Barrow Raiders lottery has been a vital source of income throughout the decades and has ensured the survival and the growth of the club. Barrow RLFC is iconic and part of the history of the town, this exciting partnership with Sterling lotteries will enable the club to continue to thrive and will help to maintain professional rugby league for future generations.

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Beaconsfield FC

Beaconsfield Town Football Club is a football club based in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, England. They are currently members of the Southern League Premier Division South and play at Holloways Park.

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Bentham Playing Fields Association

Bentham Playing Fields (BPF) comprises a large field for team sports, a children’s play area, tennis/netball courts, skate park, club house, changing rooms and small car park. It is run entirely by volunteers. The field is leased by a local manufacturing company, charging a peppercorn rent. BPF’s registered aim is to support and maintain a recreation ground for the benefit of the inhabitants of the Bentham parishes.

Our objectives are to maintain the playing fields in a safe condition, accessible to all; promote use of the playing fields to foster health and wellbeing; develop the playing fields to provide for recreational, sporting and social needs of a 21st century community.

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Blackbird Leys Amateur Boxing Club

A much-valued community club, our sports, mentoring and personal development programme benefits all ages in our community, especially younger people and those from disadvantaged backgrounds.

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Bramley Buffaloes Rugby League Football Club

Bramley Buffaloes have been around in various guises since 1879 and we aim to keep this going, we can do this with your support, helping the Villagers continue to prosper and flying the flag in West Leeds.

We have plans to try and develop our own facilities and keep the club alive. Come Join us and our lottery.

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Bridgend Athletic RFC

At Bridgend Athletic RFC, we’re passionate about inspiring, engaging and improving opportunities for all people within our community. Our goal is to use sport to deliver change in the community and empower people from all backgrounds to make positive ways forward.

We work with a broad spectrum of people in the community, including people from disadvantaged backgrounds, and people with additional needs. We run sides al all genders from 7 year olds to under 16s, Youth teams and senior sides

By supporting Bridgend Athletic RFC you will have the opportunity to be a part of our history and heritage and one day reach the pinnacle of our sport as so many players have achieved to date.

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Cardiff Rugby Community Foundation

At the Cardiff Rugby Community Foundation, we’re passionate about inspiring, engaging and improving opportunities for all people within our community. Our goal is to use sport to deliver change in the community and empower people from all backgrounds to make positive life choices.

We work with a broad spectrum of people in the community, including people from disadvantaged backgrounds, and people with additional needs. We run a host of inclusive community clubs across our region, with the aim of removing barriers to taking part in sport for groups that are often overlooked.

Our clubs include…
Visually Impaired Rugby | Wheelchair Rugby | Mixed Ability Rugby | Walking Rugby| Deaf Rugby | SEN and ALN Rugby | LGBTQ+ | Women and Girls empowerment| Disengaged Young People| Rugby Camps | Fit and Fed

By supporting the Cardiff Rugby Community Foundation you’ll have the unique opportunity to be a part of Cardiff Rugby’s history and heritage, whilst also making a real difference to the lives of thousands of local people in our region.

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Cleckheaton Sports Club

The bowling club is one of the most respected in West Yorkshire running nearly 30 teams each week providing sporting opportunities for all ages and genders.

It is the rugby section who put the spotlight on Cleckheaton Sports Club when the First XV won promotion to the national leagues 3 years ago. Four open age sides play each week and the junior section fields many teams from u7's to u18's.

This lottery scheme has been introduced to finance projects which will benefit the membership of Cleckheaton Sports Club. Please support YOUR club by taking part.

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Corby Athletics Club

From a small group of athletes in 1997 Corby AC has grown steadily to a membership of 230 today. Members of all ages come from all over Northamptonshire and the surrounding counties and compete at all levels from county to International levels in a wide range of athletic disciplines.

Since the start, the club has been run as a voluntary, non-profit making organisation with everyone involved volunteering in their various roles. From the Chairman and committee members to the coaches, groundsman and people on the gate, everyone gives their time for free. The Corby AC volunteers are a key part of the history of the club and vital to its’ future.

Corby AC was the first athletic club in Northamptonshire to be awarded Clubmark status by Sport England. The award shows that the club has met all the criteria for competition, child protection, sporting fairness and equality, health and safety and the management of the club. Clubmark is formal recognition of the club’s aim to create a high quality, welcoming and safe environment for able-bodied and disabled athletes of all ages and all ability levels.

This lottery scheme has been introduced to finance projects which will benefit club members, and the local community as a whole are represented proudly by members whenever they compete. Please support YOUR club and community by taking part. Thank you!!!

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Crookland Casuals FC

Crooklands Casuals Football Club was formed in 1970 and has been providing football to the community for over 40 years.

The club operates a number of pitches and a clubhouse at Longlands Park on the outskirts of Dalton-in-Furness. The coaching of teams and maintenance of facilities takes an enormous amount of dedication and hard work from parents, adults and young players alike who volunteer their time for the good of the club. This dedicated team has allowed the club to grow significantly as it now operates both junior and senior teams at a variety of age levels.

Our vision is to provide quality sports facilities and a safe environment for young people in the community.

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Cropredy Football Club

Cropredy Football Club is a football club based on the outskirts of Banbury, Oxfordshire, England in a village called Cropredy. They are currently members of the Oxfordshire Senior League and play at Williamscott Road. The club consists of a First Team and a Development side, as well as a veterans side.

Fareham Creeksiders

Fareham Town FC are a progressive football club based in South Hampshire, looking to take steps forward both on and off the pitch.

Come and be part of "The Creeksiders"

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Flixton Swim Team

We are a swimming club based at Urmston Leisure Centre in Trafford, Greater Manchester. We are Swim Mark Accredited and a true development club. Sitting in the heart of the community, we offer a friendly, good quality experience for our swimmers.

We have the desire to build the core of the club, focusing on getting more swimmers in the water, developing their skills and building a life-long love of the sport.

We are raising fund for essential equipment for our club and to enhance our offering to our swimmers. Thank you for your support!

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Garforth Rangers FC

Garforth Rangers AFC are proud to be an FA Charter Standard Community club - the highest possible standard that the FA award to grassroots clubs.

We’re raising funds to help improve drainage and build a clubhouse at our Ash Lane site - to provide a facility that the whole community can use. Supporting our lottery helps provide much-needed funds towards this.

We really appreciate your support - and wish you the best of luck with your lottery entry.

You’ve got to be in it, to win it!

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Glossop Cricket Club


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Halo Leisure Sports Foundation

We all feel a thrill when we see people from our community compete at the highest level and bring home a medal to prove it. However, 80 per cent of local talented athletes struggle with the cost of training, equipment, travel, nutrition and competition involved in progressing their sporting dream.

That's where the Halo Sport Foundation can help. Set up by Halo Leisure, a registered charity and Social Enterprise, the Foundation aims to give local ambitious able bodied and disabled sportswomen, men and children in the county, crucial support for their future.

It offers thousands of pounds-worth of funding and free training opportunities to local people. It is all about investing in local talent, supporting local athletes and inspiring local communities.

A total of 128 stars of tomorrow are receiving Foundation support this year. With your help we can help even more local talented sports people towards sporting glory. Go to (or click on the link to the right of the page) to meet the individuals we are helping in their bid to represent the region and country in their chosen sport and a few words from parents on the real difference Foundation funding is making.

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Hawcoat Park Sports and Social Club

Hawcoat Park Sports and Social Club is an independent voluntary organization, (formerly Vickers/BAE Sports Club), who's aim is to encourage active participation by local people of all ages in a wide variety of recreational activities.

Our 15 acre Multi-Sports complex currently delivers facilities for a diverse range of both team and individual sports including Cricket, Rugby, Football, Tennis, Bowls, Table Tennis, Archery, Rifle/Pistol shooting and a Junior Brass Band.

These provide amenities for numerous local sportsmen together with facilitating an extensive and thriving youth policy.

The hall and bar areas provide social premises able to host events ranging from family celebrations to large events like the Keswick to Barrow walk.

The Club faces a new significant challenge since BAE negotiations have resulted in a considerable reduction in their support which now entails total site maintenance becoming the Clubs responsibility. This will require significant additional funding to ensure our sustained existence.

We believe the Club is a vital asset in promoting the health and wellbeing of the local community but we need help to preserve these facilities.

Please help us by supporting this Unity Lottery funding initiative to ensure the clubs future for current and future sporting generations.

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Hereford United Supporters Trust

The Hereford United Supporters’ Trust will use the lottery profits towards a target of purchasing a 50% shareholding (289,000 shares) in Hereford FC by 31 March 2023.

HUST partners the club by providing 3 club directors to the HFC Board, and aims to represent all supporters as the largest single shareholder in Hereford FC.

We are working with the club to ensure long term viability and sustainable financial performance, encouraging home grown talent via the youth player pathway, and developing facilities at Edgar Street into a first-class Community Stadium.

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Howden AFC

Howden AFC are a football club based in East Yorkshire. The club has a vast Junior football section beginning at U7s. As well an open aged side, they have dedicated girls teams at U11, U12 and U14. Recently the club have expanded their football offer to Walking Football and begun new PAN Disability sessions also. The primary purpose of the lottery is to help contribute and raise funds to improve and provide much needed sports facilities in Howden.

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Invicta Dynamos Ice Hockey Club

Founded in 1997 the Invicta Dynamos are Kent's leading Ice Hockey Team playing in the English Ice Hockey Association Nation League Division 1 (South).

Funds raised here go direct to help support the running of the club.

For just £1 a week you can help the club and be in the running for a weekly jackpot cash prize!

The weekly lottery costs just £1 a week putting you in the chance for a weekly jackpot cash prize.

Good Luck and thanks for your support from everyone at Invicta Dynamos

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Iron Acton FC

The need to continue to provide football in the community

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Jubilee Sailing Trust

We are the Jubilee Sailing Trust, a charity that changes lives through adventure and exploration onboard our tall ship, Tenacious. Tenacious is the only sea-going tall ship in the world designed, built and sailed by a mixed-ability crew.

Our voyages are for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities, giving everyone the opportunity to explore their potential through inclusive adventures at sea.

Because we’re a charity we rely on the support of others. It’s critical we can continue our work. Our voyages build confidence and resilience in those who sail with us. They bring people together in diverse teams where differences disappear. Voyage Crew tell us their perceptions change and they are able to achieve things they previously did not think possible.

These experiences change lives, and we’d love you to join us. By joining the JST Community Lottery you will have the chance to win £25,000 every week. Plus you’ll be helping to fund our life changing voyages.
Support us now. Join the adventure.

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Largs Colts Community FC

We couldn't run Largs Colts without your help and support

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Liverpool Collegiate RUFC

we need your support to grow the club!

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Lytham Cricket Club

it allows us to provide great cricket for all to watch and take part in.

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Margate Cricket Club

We need to help continue with the cricket club's development in all aspects.

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Meadow Sports FC

without your help the club wouldn't be as successful as it is.

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Milngavie Football Club


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Mirfield Cricket Club


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Moretonhampstead Sports

Moretonhampstead Sports and Community Centre Limited is a great example of a community working together in an innovative way to bring new opportunities to local people living within a ten to fifteen mile radius of Moretonhampstead and those visiting the area.

The Centre was built in 2005 by the community for the community and remains heavily reliant on fundraising and local volunteers for its day to day running.

Facilities Unrivalled in Devon

The Centre has a fully equipped fitness studio with a variety of exercise machines and separate free weights area. A large multi-purpose hall accommodates such activities as five-a-side football, indoor cricket, short mat bowls, badminton, basketball, netball, keep fit and aerobics classes, dance classes and major social events. A range of complementary health and beauty treatments and services are available, along with fitness assessments.

On the first floor, with lift and stair access, is a large social/recreational room, with balcony area providing panoramic views over the playing fields. Together with a second meeting room and a fully equipped kitchen and bar facilities, it's an area that offers an ideal venue for meetings, social events and for use by local clubs and societies.

Outside there is an enclosed children's play area as well as an all weather floodlit surface for sports such as tennis, netball, basketball and football. These, combined with a bowling green, riding arena and football, cricket and rugby pitches provides a combination of facilities unrivalled within Devon.

Additional services and activities are continually being added, driven by demand and the availability of people to offer specialist training, classes and courses. Latest information is available on the Centre website and in regular newsletters.

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Motherwell FC

Motherwell Football Club are delighted to launch the new and improved lottery. 

Sign up now and play your part in helping to continue through the first team players of the future. 

The weekly lottery draw only costs £1 with a weekly jackpot cash prize. 

Good Luck!

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Old Woking Cricket Club

We are a local cricket club currently rebuilding both its infrastructure and playing side of the club. We were devastated by a flood and Covid in 2020. We have since rebuild our youth cricket and current train over 100 children of all abilities every week at our club with the plan to expand that to over 200 in the coming years.

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Penistone Church Football Club


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Reading City FC

Reading City Football Club is a non-profitable, grassroots, community-based football club based in the Tilehurst area of Reading, Berkshire. We pride ourselves at being at the very heart of our local community.

We are affiliated to the Berkshire & Buckinghamshire Football Association and are England Football Accredited

Prior to 2018 the club was called Highmoor Ibis and the decision to change to Reading City Football Club was not taken lightly however the community of Reading had yearned for a semi-professional club behind Reading Football Club to represent the town and give local players the opportunity to play for a Reading based team as Reading.

We're now at the very heart of the community with a bustling youth section which contains over twenty teams from the age of 7 to 18 and four senior teams which play semi-professional men’s football.

Whilst our youth teams start at the age of seven, a youngster’s journey can start with the Cityzens at the age of four, thanks to our weekly development centre.

By signing up to our lottery, you'll be helping to finance the cost of running our club and community stadium ensuring that Reading has a grassroots football team and facilities that the community can be proud of for generations to come.

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Rotherham Hockey Club

Rotherham Hockey Club currently caters for male and female players of all age ranges and ability, and our unique family atmosphere offers a friendly and safe environment for the sport to be enjoyed by all.

The Mens' and Womens' first teams play in the Northern Premier League with numerous other sides cascading down to development sides in our youth sections.

"A safe, effective and childfriendly environment in which to play hockey"

Rotherham Hockey Club's youth program is very highly rated and sees youngsters of both genders from the ages of 5 to 17 training weekly and entering competitions and tournaments around the region. With high percentage going to county, regional and national representative honours.

We were the first club in the North East of England to be awarded the prestigious Sport England Clubmark, and England Hockey's ClubsFirst awards. These recognise Rotherham Hockey Club as a safe, effective and child friendly environment in which to play hockey, and that we are committed to providing a high quality experience.

Rotherham Hockey Club is a forward thinking organisation that looks at ways in which to improve the sport's standing and availability within the area, and encourages new players and followers to hockey.

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Rye Harbour Sailing Club

Welcome to the Rye Harbour Sailing Club Lottery. The club is situated on the River Rother close to Rye Bay where excellent sailing is enjoyed all year round. We are an inclusive club welcoming all who want to have a go at sailing whether on yachts or dinghies; experienced or beginner.

We have active dinghy and cruising divisions and year-round events; sailing and social. The club prides itself in the diversity of its members and sailing interests, catering for all ages and abilities. The club is one where new and prospective members alike receive a warm welcome.

Monies raised through the lottery will be used to maintain the facilities (infrastructure, safety equipment and club boats are examples) and our ability to deliver sailing to those who want to dip their toe in the water and give it a go.

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Stevenage Football Club Supporters Association

The Boro' Supporters Association provides a link between supporters and the Football Club. Whether on match days, at social events or reaching out to others the SA has consistently organised and supported events that benefit the club, it's supporters and the wider community. 

We are now launching a new lottery that will further enable us to support and grow the club while supporters also have the opportunity to be involved in the mix for some great cash prizes. 

Lets make Stevenage #GreaterTogether. 

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Styal Football Club

Styal FC compete in the Cheshire Football league. Styal FC is based in the rural village of Styal, close to Manchester Airport and National Trust Quarry Bank Mill. We have two open age football teams, Styal First's and Reserves.

We host annual finals such as the south Manchester Jewish League final among others. Our pitch is used regularly for under 18 football by Barnes United on Sunday mornings

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Tendring Volleyball Club

Tendring Volleyball Club has a proud history of helping players reach their potential, whether that's playing for their respective national team (almost 50 current and former members) or enjoying the social aspect of the club.

Since 2022 the club has focused on junior and local league competitions, providing a spring board for participants to progress.

We are a pay-to-play club in an area of social deprivation, by signing up for our lottery, you are helping the club continue it's mission.

On behalf of our current and future members, thank you.

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The Shire Trust

The Shire Trust has a growing membership and has Sir Alex Ferguson the Manchester United manager and Jeff Stelling from Sky Sports as honorary members. The Shire Trust has a very high standing within the supporting trusts world due to its dedication and hard work in the face of adversity. Even people who have no interest in football are drawn to the trust because of its willingness not to give in.

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VYD creates and delivers programmes that use the power of football to help improve the lives of people living in Brighton & Hove and beyond who are aged 4 to 94. Football is the world’s most popular sport and is a unifying activity that brings people together from all walks of life. We fuse education, nutrition, art & design and sports science with our projects to offer relevant, inspiring courses and the ability to evidence progression which is so important to keep players motivated. Our coaches are professional academy level football coaches so participants have top level training All of our courses are free so that cost is never a barrier for anyone who wants to take part in one of our courses. We tailor our courses to the abilities and fitness of our players so everyone feels inspired and motivated to keep active and reach their goals.

With your support we can continue to deliver our courses and reach even more people. As a small organisation our overheads are tiny and we have no offices to pay for so your donations go directly to supporting the people we work with. Playing the lottery each week can make a big contribution and of course there is the chance of winning up to £25,000!

Here are some of our current courses so you can get a feel for the work we do and the impact we have:

  • Refugee football - an inclusive session for refugees of all ages to regularly play football and learn new life skills
  • Team Talk - a project that works with men and women with mental and physical health problems to improve fitness and in connect with others in the community. We have a Walking Football version of this.
  • Zonal - this project delivers a combination of football training and creative design work for young people up to the age of 24. For the design element, players work as a team to design their team’s identity and kit.
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West of Scotland FC

West of Scotland FC is a Community Amateur Rugby Club in the Bearsden & Milngavie area open to all. We have a large junior section, supporting boys and girls of all ages, and senior teams for both women and men, providing rugby facilities and a social side for everyone, playing and non-playing.

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Wycombe Wanderers FC

As a Supporter Trust Owned Football Club, we are constantly building and growing to provide our supporters and community with facilities and programs that represent Wycombe and our badge that match or better other clubs and sports.

The Blues Cash line has long been an indispensable contributor to our development finances over the years. As the club continues our growth and increases our efforts to raise funds that are directed exclusively to football development, the Wycombe Wanderers FC Lottery is an ideal opportunity to be involved and put yourself in the mix for some great cash prizes at the same time.

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We are YHA.

We believe in the power of travel and adventure. And hostelling makes travel and adventure accessible to everyone, everywhere.

We operate over 150 sites throughout England and Wales and provide inclusive adventures, in extraordinary buildings, in amazing places. We’re proud to rank first globally for guest satisfaction. Yet we are much more than accommodation.

We are a leading social enterprise and a 90-year-old movement. A charity on a mission to enrich the lives of all, but especially young people, and improve physical health, mental wellbeing and life skills through the experiences we create.

We bring the adventure, for the first time, for a lifetime.

In the wake of the crisis, we have a big part to play in the nation’s recovery. By improving access to opportunities for those with the most to gain but the fewest chances in life. And by reconnecting people with each other and the world around them. If this is your first introduction to YHA, we hope you’ll join us on the journey. Thanks for your support.

We are YHA.
Because where you go changes who you become.

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