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Current Volunteering Opportunities

At FC United, volunteering is placed at the very heart of the club. Our​ volunteers very generously donate their time and efforts to help the club be the best that it can be. Our volunteers contribute thousands of hours and save the club hundreds of thousands of pounds whether that’s by selling our pound for the ground tickets, running turnstiles, or non-match day roles; without volunteers we would not have a club.

We're always on the lookout for new volunteers and our roles are constantly evolving. We offer a range of opportunities ranging from one-off tasks to help improve our ground, to a more longer-term role you can really put your stamp on. We believe volunteering at FC United is a two-way thing; we gain enormously from your contribution, yet we want you to benefit also. Our opportunities can be a great way to learn new skills and meet new people, so why not get involved, have fun and help your supporter-owned football club!

Match Day - Programme & Pound for the Ground Sellers

We're on the lookout for new sellers of our programmes and half time draw tickets.

Broadhurst Park Litter Pick

We are looking for volunteers to assist with a regular litter pick around Broadhurst Park.

Match Day - Traffic Marshal

Can you volunteer to ensure we maintain a good relationship with our local residents?

Match Day - Steward

Could you strengthen our match day stewarding team?

Decorators, Painters & Plasterers Needed

We are looking for tradespeople who can help with jobs around the ground.

Match Day - Turnstiles

We need your help to expand our team of essential match day volunteers.

Development Fund Barrels Repainting

Our Development Fund barrels are in need of some TLC to get them ready for the new season.

Match Day – Real Ale Bar

Our real ale bar is looking for extra help to boost volunteer numbers on a match day.

Pre-Match Support

Can you help the club on Friday afternoons to ensure the ground is ready for Saturday match days?