Commercial Update

Sales Executive Russell Moore with an update from the commercial department:

It was pleasing to see so many faces in the T&R VIP Club at our last two home fixtures. The refurbishment that took place in the close season has given the Club another excellent area for match hospitality. If you have a special occasion you may be looking to celebrate, then this is the ideal venue.  Admission to the VIP Club can be gained on a match by match basis, or by seasonal membership.

Last week was a one behind the scenes at the Club and I have been speaking with so many different people and organisations regarding events we would like to stage.

The next Sportsman’s Dinner - sponsored by Cathedral Business Services - will be held on Thursday 1 November in the Trust Suite. The speaker will be former Manchester United and England player Lee Sharpe. Tickets cost £45 each or a table of 10 for £400. 

With Christmas creeping up, we have our new Red Imps Conference and Banqueting now in place and we would ask you to look at our venue to stage your Christmas party and come and use our fantastic facilities here at The 12th Imp Sincil Bank Stadium.

The players have been doing their bit off the pitch these last weeks, including signing sessions in The Waterside Shopping Centre and at The Norwich & Peterborough Building Society. More of these events are in the pipeline, please come along and say hello, the players really do enjoy meeting you.  

Do you want to help the Club and earn yourself some cash at the same time? Well we are always looking for new Imps Birthday Lotto agents. Contact us if you have a few hours that you would like to put to use in helping your club.

I would like to make you aware that if any supporter can pass a referral of a company or individual that may be interested in being a match sponsor, or any other package, to please contact me on or call 01522 563783. In return we will give you a pair of match day tickets in the T&R VIP Club lounge once the referral turns into business.

Up the Imps!
Russell Moore