North Warrane Oval

62, Bounty Street Warrane, Tasmania

nelsonfootballclub@gmail.com
Established in 1977

© 2017 Nelson Eastern Suburbs Football Club Inc

                                                 Fundraising

 

Nelson Eastern Suburbs FC is a not for profit club that aims to provide quality coaching to develop youth and senior players to their full potential. To do this, we rely on fundraising and community grants to keep fees low, purchase training and match equipment, hire grounds and pay referee fees just to name a few.

 

Nelson FC holds mid-season events for club members, family and friends as well as selling chocolates, club wear and other items to raise much needed funds.

 

Nelson FC are fundraising in the following ways:

  • Selling chocolates

  • BBQs at local hardware stores

  • Club wear

  • Nelson Scarves

  • Club Events

  • Sponsorship

 

2019 Canteen 

We hope to have our canteen open for all home games at North Warrane. Opening the canteen down not only provide a valuable source of income for the club but helps to bring supporters to the games. If you wish to help with canteen duty please email nelsonfootballclub@gmail.com or come to one of our many home games, your help would be appreciated!

Current Chocolate Sales

Contact nelsonfootballclub@gmail.com to pick up a box of fundraising chocolates and help out the club. So far a number of boxes have been sold and are a great way to raise funds for the club whilst easily selling them at your workplace or home. 

Bunnings BBQ

The Club will be running a Bunnings BBQ on the 23rd of June, we would love you to not only buy a sausage to support the club but volunteer to help out on the day, all help will be appreciated!

2019 Sponsors 

In 2019 we have two fantastic sponsors on board. These sponsors, the Mornington Inn and Oceana Health and Fitness will help our club remain strong and help to keep the world game accessible to as many people as possible. 

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