We are incredibly grateful to Warners Solicitors who have provided a very large sponsorship amount towards this years match. Warners are a modern and innovative law firm built on a strong heritage. Their lawyers are experts in their respective fields and provide a high quality, responsive service at the right value. See their website here.
We are so excited to finally announce our Celebrity turn-up, Kaddy Lee-Preston!
Kaddy Lee-Preston is a television and radio presenter with over 14 years experience presenting daily weather bulletins for BBC regional news in the South East. She also presented the current affairs show Inside Out for several years and since becoming freelance in 2012 has done a variety of projects, from filming last years floods with Channel 4, to climbing Kilimanjaro and helping to raise over £80,000 for charity.
Kaddy has recently had her first baby and is hugely looking forward to doing the ‘turn up’ for Chiddingstone Football club.
Kaddy says:’I have a great fondness for Chiddingstone and was thrilled to be asked to take part in such a special day. I’m not sure I have any footie skills whatsoever but it is an honour to be asked to do the ‘turn up’ so I shall be channelling my inner Beckham for the occasion! I will also make sure that I bring some sunshine with me so see you all soon!’
Happy new year folks! Under 3 months to go till the match! Put the date in your diary – Good Friday (3rd April)
Tickets are now live here
We have some really exciting news being announced shortly about our ‘celeb turn up’ (and it’s not the easter bunny this year!) we’ll keep you posted!
Only one week till Good Friday, meaning one week till Chiddingstone Real Football! Were expecting the delivery of the balls any minute, and the T-shirts are currently being printed. We’re all very excited and praying for good weather! Don’t forget to book your tickets Here
We love this picture from last year:
Here is the painted up version of the map, kindly painted by Rebecca at Toad Hall Company.
Still waiting to hear back from farmers about the ‘no go areas’ but here you can see the ‘field of play’