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Imps For All

6 July 2023

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City have launched a brand-new Imps For All scheme in partnership with the club’s Foundation which allows supporters to donate gold memberships to those who otherwise would not be able to attend matches.

Through the new scheme supporters and partners can donate a gold membership to those who do not have the resources to attend an Imps game. 

Each gold membership purchased will be matched by the club to ensure as many people as possible are able to enjoy the matchday experience at the LNER Stadium.

The donated tickets will be distributed on a match-by-match basis by Lincoln City Foundation to those who may not usually be able to attend.

Supporters who receive the tickets may include participants of Foundation programmes such as Extra Time Hub or Conversation Club, low-income families and others based in the local community.

Club investor David Lipschitz purchased some gold memberships earlier this month which the club matched meaning the Foundation already have a significant number of tickets to hand out.

He said: “The Foundation does some amazing work across the local community, and I’m really pleased to see a simple question about whether a couple of season tickets would be helpful has grown into something bigger so quickly.

“The Imps can use their unique position to do so much good, and I hope to see others join in this new scheme.”

The Jabara family have purchased 12 season tickets to add to their significant investment previously made into the club.

Harvey Jabara, who is also a director of the Imps, said: “We understand not everyone has the opportunity to attend Lincoln City games and experience the same range of emotions we do. With these tickets, we hope to share many wonderful moments with those who have unyielding passion for our club.

“The Imps famiIy has opened its arms to our family, and this is a small way of saying thank you and helping us grow the club’s connection in the community even further.”

Foundation chief executive Martin Hickerton added: “We’re very grateful for the generosity of the Jabara family and David. Imps For All grew out of a chat with David where he asked how he could help, and as soon as the idea was shared wider than Harvey and Missy were quick to put their hands up to offer to join him.

“We work with a lot of people, both right on our doorstep in Sincil Bank and across Lincolnshire, who may face barriers to attending games. These acts of kindness mean we can work with the club to help bridge the gap and get people to matches who may have been put off by real or perceived challenges - we want to show that the Imps are really for all.”

Those in a position to donate a gold membership to the local community can do so by emailing

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