Sponsors' League

Sponsors' League 2013/14


Click HERE for the latest Sponsors' League table

The Sponsors’ League provides a mechanism for WHOSH to raise finance to help Luton Town Football Club by sponsoring a player or two. 

Entry to the Sponsor’s League costs £30 for a season, with discounted rates for additional entries from the same address.

All the money sent in is used for the prizes we gain by giving the money to the Club. Over several years, WHOSH has become well established at the Club, and the never ending stream of different prize winners and the way in which we operate is of real interest to the Club and the sponsored players.

As those under 18 cannot attend either the Kit Sponsors Match or Kit Sponsors Evening, the "Youth League" will be open to all those under 18. The winners will receive a signed shirt.


Rules

These are the rules for the 2012/2013 Sponsors League.

All sponsors are only eligible to win one prize a season, unless they have paid for a double entry, in which case each entry can win a prize. Once a sponsor has won something, they will remain in the league, but their name will be marked with a (W) and they can win no further prizes. This will help others in the league know where they actually stand.

1. Every sponsor will be randomly allocated four, one-minute time slots per half, HOWEVER, if you wish to choose your own timeslots, you may. You will be allocated timeslots randomly at the beginning of the season. Please remember you cannot have timeslots that include the 45th or 90th minute.

2. In home games, for every LTFC goal scored in your timeslot, you will receive 3 points. For every opposition goal scored in your timeslot, you will be deducted 1 point.

3. For away games, for every LTFC goal scored in your timeslot, you will receive 6 points. For every opposition goal scored in your timeslot, you will be deducted 2 points.

4. At the point in which the Club announce when the Kit Sponsors Match is going to be, the people who are top of the League will win places at the Kit Sponsors Match. Their name will be marked with a (W) and they can win no further prizes. The people top of the league at the end of the season will win places at the Kit Sponsors Night. The number of people attending these events depends on the number of entries we get, this season it is two places to each.

5. If you want to change your timeslots you can at any time, I will reply with acknowledgment and tell you after which game they change.

6. In the event of equal points, a tie break will be used based upon the highest number of points obtained solely for LTFC goals scored. If there is still a tie, the number of LTFC goals scored at home will decide. Any remaining tie will be decided by a draw.

7. As we usually have a good number of overseas sponsors, they will form their own Overseas League. This will run on the same basis. The top overseas sponsor at the finish will win one of the signed shirts.

8. A Youth League will be open to anyone 18 and under as they are unable to attend either the Kit Sponsors Match or Evening. This will be the same format, but will run for the full 48 games. The winner will win the other signed shirt.

9. Extra places at the Kit Sponsor's match and dinner will be offered at first to the winners of the league, to see whether they would like to take accompanied guests, and then to the rest of the sponsors.

10. In the event of extra monies raised, but not enough to sponsor another player, the money will be used for extra tickets and extra merchandise to be signed to be given away as and when at the end of the season.

11. In the event of any query or dispute, the Organizer's decision will be final.


Players sponsored by WHOSH


2013/2014

Mark Tyler, Steve McNulty, Matt Robinson


2012/2013

Mark Tyler, James Dance, Arnaud Mendy


2011/2012

George Pilkington, Dan Gleeson, Godfrey Poku and John-Paul Kissock


2010/2011

George Pilkington, Claude Gnakpa and Lloyd Owusu


2009/2010

Kevin Nicholls, George Beavan, George Pilkington and Asa Hall


2008/2009

Kevin Nicholls, George Beavan, George Pilkington and Asa Hall


2007/2008

Chris Coyne/Calvin Andrew, Paul McVeigh and George Beavan


2006/2007

Marcus Heikkenen, Chris Coyne and Adam Boyd


2005/2006

Kevin Nicholls and Marcus Heikkenen


2004/2005

Kevin Nicholls & Robert Beckwith


2003/2004

Kevin Nicholls & Cherry Newbery


2002/2003

Kevin Nicholls & David Bayliss


2001/2002 

Liam George & Kevin Nicholls


1998/99, 1999/2000 & 2000/2001

Liam George & Andre Scarlett


1997/1998

Liam George


1994/95, 1995/1996 & 1996/1997

Jamie Woodsford




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