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Join Us In Our Family & Community Stand This Weekend

12 January 2018

There is a variety of activities going on in the Family and Community section on Saturday as Oldham Athletic face Rotherham United.

The Family Stand volunteers will have activities such as:

  • Creating your own calendar
  • Table football
  • Healthy eating activities with various samples to try
  • Regular competitions such as guess the attendance, guess the goal time and who will be the Oldham Athletic MOM.

Kids meals for our junior supporters and fresh fruit will be available from the kiosk within the Family & Community section.

As always Chaddy The Owl will be in and around the ground, if you see him be sure to ask for him for a photograph.


For Saturday’s game Oldham Athletic would like to welcome Henry Clare, Thomas Nicholls and Harry Dodd who will be the Oldham Athletic mascots for the day. Ahead of the day let’s find out some more information on the mascots:

Name: Henry Clare
Age: 12
Attends: QES Kirkby Lonsdale, Cumbria
Hobbies: Playing & watching football, table tennis, cricket and running
Favourite Player: Craig Davies
Score Prediction: Oldham Athletic 2-1 Rotherham United 


Name: Thomas Nicholls
Age: 7
Attends: St Joseph RC Primary School
Hobbies: Football, Xbox and Art
Favourite Player: Johny Placide
Score Prediction: Oldham Athletic 2-1 Rotherham United


Name: Harry Dodd
Age: 6
Attends: Gorse Hall Primary School, Stalybridge
Hobbies: Football and Swimming
Favourite Player: Johny Placide
Score Prediction: Oldham Athletic 4-0 Rotherham United

Bench Buddy

Our bench buddy for the visit of Rotherham United will be Daniel Green.

Places are available for limited fixtures, for further information please email

JD Williams Matchday Club

There is still time to book your child into the JD Williams Matchday Club. The club runs from 12:30-17:30 and includes free entry to the Oldham Athletic v Rotherham United fixture.

For further information email

Street Jammers

The Street Jammers senior team (weather permitting) will be dancing on the pitch pre-match. Be sure to look out for them as we prepare for a competition in only three weeks’ time.

Charity Collection

Collectors from Believe and Achieve will be around Park collecting on behalf of the Believe And Achieve Trust.

The Believe and Achieve Trust was founded in 2014 in honour of the amazing Alex Williams, son of Alison and Wayne Williams, who believed passionately in raising awareness of meningitis as a meningitis sufferer.

The Believe and Achieve Trust aims to increase the physical and mental health of those affected by meningitis and support sufferers wishing to succeed in sport. Along the journey they also continue to raise the awareness of meningitis and it symptoms.

Believe and Achieve is here to provide meningitis sufferers with much needed funding or specialist equipment to help them succeed in sporting activity.

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