The Citizens announce new Chairman and membership scheme

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Hull United AFC have today appointed Ashley Moon as our new Chairman.

Ashley has been a part of Hull United AFC from our first season, when East Hull Saints Football teams came across to re-join with St Andrews and reforming as Hull United AFC. Having been the chairman of East Hull Saints and seeing the hard work and dedication Ashley brings to the role we are delighted to have made the appointment.

Ashley is active in the local amateur football scene, also sitting on the Hull and District Youth Football League Committee as the Representative Football Secretary, as well as helping run the Hull United soccer school.

Here’s what Ashley had to say about the new role…

“I’m pleased to take up this role within Hull United AFC and hope I can help bring some stability to the club after a turbulent few months. I know as a committee we are all dedicated to making Hull United AFC a success and that must start with our youth teams. We will endeavour to provide the children the best platform to improve their football and social skills whilst learning the game in a an environment that ensures players, coaches and parents from all teams enjoy training and the match day experience. This includes developing our relationship with the Steve Prescott Centre so that we are able to provide all our teams some of the best training facilities currently available within the City. The plan for the first team is to establish ourselves with the right infrastructure in place so that we are able to compete at higher levels when the time is right. Initially we will ensure that the first team are run within their means and set an example the rest of the club can be proud to follow. I know there’s a lot of hard work ahead and some bridges to build but we hope we can build on the success of our youth teams and build a club people are proud to play for and support.”

Hull United would also like to welcome Kev Grantham to the committe, Kev will take up the role of Membership / Supporters Liaison officer.

Ticketing and Membership

Hull United AFC was established as an unincorporated members association, a group of individuals who are bound together by the constitution/rules of the club football club to benefit the local community.

As a member owned club Hull United AFC would like to invite the fans of the club to join us as members.

With the ethos of the club being affordable football for all. Due to the hard work of the club’s committee and volunteers, we will not be charging for membership or gate entrance for the 2016/2017 season.

Why become a member of the Hull United AFC Family?

* Part ownership of your club

* Vote on important club issues

* A vote in board member elections

* The chance to be elected to the board yourself

* Propose rule changes

* Benefit your community

* Club newsletters

* Recommend additions to the club

* A membership certificate and unique membership number

Types of membership

Standard Membership (Free)

This is the basic standard membership, allocating you to 1 vote in the club elections, on club issues and the chance to be elected to the club board.

Junior Membership (Free)

If you are under 16 years old, and would like to become a member, a junior membership is available. This membership does not give any voting rights at elections or AGMs, but junior members will become part of the Hull United Family

Corporate Membership (£100 a year)

Corporate membership will allow your company the same rights as standard membership, allocating you to 1 vote in the club elections, on club issues and the chance to be elected to the club board. In addition to the membership, we will also display your company logo on the club website and in match day programs and at pitch side via an advertising board (board to be provided by member or alternatively can be purchased from the club for £50).

Click Here For Membership Application Form

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