Hundreds of football clubs are turning to crowdfunding during the pandemic, working with supporters on a range of innovative campaigns to generate essential revenue and drive meaningful fan engagement.
They are all shining a spotlight on the vital role that clubs play in our communities.
The business of football is unique and the continued uncertainty around its possible resumption hasn't helped with financial and marketing planning.
Club officials are working tirelessly behind the scenes to keep clubs afloat.
But the comeback is on, spearheaded by the fans and Crowdfunder has played an important part of that.
We have waived all of our platform and transaction fees for clubs during the pandemic, meaning you keep every penny. There are no hidden charges.
And we have almost £3 million in +Extra Funding from Sport England to pledge up to £10,000 on grassroots campaigns during the pandemic.
Get in touch if you want to have a chat with our dedicated football team at email@example.com and we can have a chat.
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We have waived all our fees, meaning you keep every penny you raise
Our dedicated football team work within the industry and can help shape your campaign
We have almost £2 million for grassroots sports clubs affected by Covid-19
The advice of the Crowdfunder team was really impressive. They gave brilliant advice on how to run a Crowdfunder campaign.
First off, give your campaign a clear name to capture attention
Tell your supporters what you're planning to do on your page
Can you offer any commercial 'rewards' for fans and sponsors?
Next add your payment details so that you can receive the money
Now spread the word. Rally your local area behind your project
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We are working directly with leagues in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to provide our experience and best practice to clubs during the pandemic.
We have helped a third of EFL clubs and hundreds of others to produce campaigns that engage their fanbases at a time they need to most.
Find out more about how our dedicated football team is helping clubs to fight back.
It’s more than just giving. It’s about pulling together a neat campaign, generating advanced sales and driving meaningful fan engagement.
Wigan Athletic Supporters club have raised almost £1 million in total to save the club by securing community ownership
Cheltenham Town raised over £30,000 to install a cardboard army ahead of their League Two play-off campaign behind closed doors.
Worthing of the Isthmian League has generated over £40,000 to develop their Woodside Road ground for the local community.
FC United of Manchester returned to Crowdfunder to raise £32,000 for essential pitch repair work at their Broadhurst Park community stadium.
Plymouth Argyle brought in more that £50,000 to show their support for NHS Together and local key workers with tickets for every £100 pledged.
Frome Town of the Southern League are looking to raised £20,000 by given the fans the chance to name their stadium.
Newport produced an innovative campaign, raising over £42,000 to enable supporters decide the new charitable shirt sponsor.
Fans of Bognor Regis raised over £50,000 to improve their Nyewood Lane home, including a new 367-seat grandstand.
We are trying to be innovative and look at every way we can of other ways where we can ensure that financial security for a longer period of time.
We're raising money for our local Age UK branch while offering supporters the opportunity to 'pre-order' various packages and experiences
We did it people!
I am raising money for a charitable cause that is very important to me so please donate and help me reach my target
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A local community football club, loved by many, Whitley Bay Football Club has not been able to play a game since 23rd March.
Frome Town FC are looking to raise £20,000 to secure their future and protect their community.
Gosport Borough FC is supporting the community in the Covid-19 crisis. We are raising funds to buy supplies to feed families in need
We are looking to improve the matchday experience at the Mem for younger fans and those with special needs by creating a safe space for all.
Critical ground repairs need undertaking to ensure we can retain our current status and to enable supporters to have a safe environment.
Hit by Covid-19, FC United are raising £15,000 for essential pitch drainage repair work at their Broadhurst Park community stadium
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The global COVID-19 pandemic has created an uncertain landscape for many football clubs and TMUFC needs your help to continue to grow.
Leyton Orient Football Club is pleased to launch an exciting crowdfunding campaign in our latest response to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
We aim to raise £20,000 to help the club to get through the current crisis and enable us to make it in to our 161st Year.
Our club needs your help to raise funds for the clubs future, any donations will help our club get through this crisis.
Our community club hope to raise £10,000 to cover the shortfall in our income caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and help fund the new season.
Crowdfunder for Alloa Athletic FC (to assist in plugging income gaps during ongoing coronavirus pandemic)
Ash United FC is a Community Football and Social Club. It is run by volunteers, who give up there time to make this Club as successful as ...
The aim of the project is too raise money for local key workers in our community.
With your help the Magpies will fly through the global COVID-19 pandemic and return to competitive action across the country
Crowdfunder is making is helping us to raise the money we have lost due to Covid 19 and closing the clubhouse.
As a community-oriented club at the heart of Coventry we want to bridge the Covid-19 crisis and support local businesses who supply the club
"In light of recent events, and troubled times ahead, with football postponed across all levels we need your support more than ever!
The global COVID-19 pandemic has created a very uncertain landscape, helping our club will help us secure our future for many more seasons.
Morecambe FC is excited to announce the launch of an innovative crowdfunding campaign in response to the current coronavirus outbreak
All extra monies raised will go towards the continued running of the club, with 10% still being passed to Yeovil Hospital Charity.
We're fundraising for YCFC, specifically to help fund player recruitment and team development, following the impact of Covid19 on the club.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has created a very uncertain landscape for millions of British small businesses
Crowdfunder is making it 100% free for community and charity crowdfunding projects during the coronavirus crisis. The Covid-19 epidemic coul
The COVID-19 pandemic has created an uncertain future for many Non-League clubs and we're no different - revenue streams have been slashed!
To provide the club with much needed funds to meet their commitments because of a lack of revenue caused by Covid 19.
COVID-19 & vandalism at the club has created a very uncertain future our club. We need to secure the future of our club. #SaveTheMillers
Help build the John Jenkins Stadium as a permanent home for all Pompey in the Community's programmes, Moneyfields FC and Portsmouth FC Women
Help England’s most famous Amateur football club in these uncertain times. Weʼre raising money to help plug the shortfall due to Covid-19.
COVID-19 pandemic has created a very uncertain landscape for football and we are fundraising to help boost the player and development budget
We want to finish the season together by creating an artificial army of supporters for the play-offs
Please help your community football club in these uncertain times to raise funds due to the impact of Covid-19. Read the full article below!
Help to contribute towards the immediate safeguarding of Crawley Town Football Club and in return benefit from special items and opportunies
Hullbridge Sport's required stadium investment plans have come to a halt. Lockdown and a spate of break-ins have now put these plans at risk
All monies raised will go towards the continued running of the Club, with 10% being passed onto South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust.
To make 'close season' improvements to the playing surface of The Sports Ground so Bideford has a playing surface to be proud of.
We need to get a new 4G pitch to increase the usage our community can get from the club and giving us regular match schedules (and income!)
We're hoping to raise funds to keep our Football Club going.
We are trying to raise £2000 to be able to provide the youth section with the necessary equipment to be able to enjoy the sport
You did it! £43,000 for new floodlights, bar, toilets and changing rooms. Please see message below for what we plan to do next!! Thanks All!
To preserve Winton Park and Winton Rovers FC as thriving community assets which are available to all of the inhabitants of our town
Yeovil Rugby Club are pleased to launch an exciting crowdfunding campaign to ask for support during the current pandemic.
Working together to install the new digital scoreboard at Cheltenham Town's LCI Rail Stadium
The survival and future of a Community Football Club which has been in the local community for 125 years.
Our aim is to raise funding for a mini bus to help aid the transportation of the Ds Active Team and other members of our community Club.
We aim to provide coaching and competitive matches for our players who are financially struggling during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The aim of our project is to raise much needed funds for our small community rugby club and as importantly to receive donations for CALM.
Our goal is to raise £30,000 to support our aim of further developing the ground for YOUR benefit, whilst also raising funds to aid the team
To support the Hull FC Community Foundation in its mission to support the most vulnerable young people aged 16-24 living in Hull.
The global pandemic has denied Enfield Town FC Match Day and commercial income which has left a hole in meeting costs for scheduled works
Raise funding for ground improvements needed due to reduction in income from football, club functions and sponsorship.
Much like the ‘Operation Promotion’ a few years back.. this will all go towards the running of Grimsby Town FC.
Due to COVID we must raise funds to compete in the play-offs & prepare for next season. Every donation supports free tickets for NHS staff
We need to replace our ageing floodlights, installed fifty years ago! New toilets in our bar and pitch improvements are also long overdue.
Our aim is to generate income to sustain the future of this amazing historic club due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Raise £20k to cover lost Covid income and kick off the club’s project to secure a second pitch so the club can offer more to the community
We are looking to raise funds to help supply the first team squad with Kit and equipment so that they can continue their recent improvements
Help Chingford United Football survive and not loose over 70 years of history!
Our aim is to create an online community of fans, who working together will drive the club forward into a new and innovative generation!
I will be cycling 140km in my Poole Town go-kart to raise money for my favourite football club, who are really struggling right now.
We're raising £5000 to help Felixstowe & Walton United FC plug the shortfall caused by the COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent lockdown
Biggleswade Town FC needs YOU! In an attempt to secure it's future and protect the Waders community for future generations to come.
The aim of our project is to raise funds which will support the costs we will incur for taking part in the National League North play-offs.
Dunstable Town FC are looking to raise £20,000 to secure our future and are committed to donate 60% to the Luton & Dunstable Hospital.
Our goal is to raise £10,000, which will enable us to replace all of the lights and cover all of the costs involved.
Please help our community football club in these uncertain times to raise funds due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our goal is to raise £15,000 to support our aim of further developing the ground.
To provide over 650 Community season tickets to kids/families who would not be able to afford to watch live football at Prenton Park
Our 'Let's Hang On' campaign is now closed, but you can SAVE OUR CLUB by donating at https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/save-wigan-athletic
Please help fix the Hornet's Nest for Rugby and wider community users of the site in these tough times. If you help Sport England will too.
Bill Shankly's former club, Workington AFC, is fighting for its future because of Covid-19. Please help to save Shankly's original Reds.
To support our communities through community outreach, coordination and signposting services for the most in need surrounding Covid-19.
We have raised £15,000 for the National League North play-offs in our quest for promotion. Now we're aiming for £20,000.
To provide support for continued learning through the transition of social isolation back in to society by diversifying our football offer.
We are looking to raise funds to safeguard the future of this ambitious and community focussed football club
The aim is to raise as much money as possible, due to the amount of revenue our club has lost through the global pandemic.
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COVID-19 pandemic has created a very uncertain landscape for football and we are fundraising to help boost the player and development budget
We aim to provide an elite standard of coaching and training for females in football to support their ambitions to play Pro Women's Football
We are trying to raise funds for major ground improvements needed at our club that we need to do for the 2020/21 season.
To raise funds to finish off phase two (facilities block) and three (practice pitch) of the development of our Dukes Meadows ground.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created an uncertain landscape for the club and need to raise funds to replace our events cancelled due the virus
We have launched the #BringHomeTheWickers campaign to get the club back to Old Barn Way.