There is a variety of activities going on in the Family and Community section today as Oldham Athletic face Oxford United.
Marshall Fencing will be offering free taster sessions before and during the game should anyone wish to take part and have a go. For further information on Marshall Fencing please visit: http://www.marshallfencing.co.uk/
In addition to the fencing there will be tattoo transfers, table football, board games and arts & crafts in addition to the usual matchday competitions.
Fresh fruit will be available from the tuck shop alongside the hot food options which includes a kids meal deal option.
As usual Chaddy The Owl will be around the stand, if you see him be sure to ask for a picture.
For Saturday’s game Oldham Athletic would like to welcome Ewan Finnigan who will be the Oldham Athletic mascot for the day. Ahead of the day let’s find out some more information on the mascot:
School: East Crompton St James
Hobbies: Football, Xbox, Reading and YouTube
Favourite Player: Tope Obadeyi and Peter Clarke
Score Prediction: Oldham Athletic 2–0 Oxford United
Saturday’s bench buddy will be selected from the OACT holiday club which is running during the summer holidays.
JD Williams Matchday Club
The JD Williams Matchday Club will once again by offering an opportunity for young football fans to experience an OAFC matchday in a unique way.
The matchday club runs 12:30-17:30 and includes a complimentary match ticket which will see matchday clubbers watch the game from the family and community section supervised by the OACT staff.
For more information on this please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
JD Williams Team Of The Week
Chadderton FC Juniors Under 9 stripes will be the first team of the week for the new season. They will be on the pitch at half-time so give them a wave if you see them.
Alzheimer’s Society Bucket Collection
Representatives from the Alzheimer’s society will be around the ground prior to Saturday’s fixture.
Here is some information about the cause that they are collecting for:
In 2015/16, for every £1 we received, we spent 89p on directly improving the lives of people with dementia. The other 11p goes towards generating future income.
Thanks to you, last year, our income increased from £90.7 million to £97.9 million. We spent 12% more on our work meeting the needs of people affected by dementia, inspiring change and advancing research. Through our local services, your support directly helped over 100,000 people.
With your continued support, we will make even greater progress towards our vision of a world without dementia.