The Daniels Independent Supporters Club is normally known by its abbreviation DISC.
DISC have been running since July 2007 to enable supporters to help Stamford AFC. DISC try and achieve this by promoting the club, and the activities it runs along with running their own events to help increase the awareness of the clubs existence and raise money too, a list of the events DISC run are below.
|ANNUAL EVENTS||Match Day Fundraisers|
|Christmas Tombola in Stamford Town Centre||Predictor - A weekly competition to guess the outcomes of matches in our league|
|Sponsored Easter Walk||FA Cup Sweepstake|
|Race Night||FA Trophy Sweepstakes|
|Sponsor A Goal|
Since the 2009 - 2010 season DISC have also taken over the management of the club shop and in more recent years have also assisted the club with other vital roles that are necessary on match days too.
Every year DISC makes a donation to the football club at the end of the season. During the 2012 - 2013 season following an FA initiative DISC gave the club the funds to purchase a potentially life-saving defibrillator and some money towards maintaining the pitch on top of the regular end of season donation.
If you would like to join DISC please complete an application form which is linked below or alternative come in to the club shop on Stamford AFCs next home game. In return for help with run events you can receive a discount on select clothing lines within the club shop.
If you have anything you would like to raise with the directors please let a member of the DISC committee know or email us on email@example.com and they promise to take it forward for you.
The Daniels predictor league is back again for a new season.
Please find attached the prediction sheet for this Saturday. For those who have played before the point scoring system has changed slightly.
If you have not played before, please make your predictions and email back by midday Saturday.
Entry costs £1.
Predictor Week 18 ----------------> HERE
The latest Predictor Table of the 2013-14 Season is available HERE (updated 1930 on 02/12/13)
For further details, please contact Richard Curtis HERE