Pay What You Want - Wingate & Finchley

We are delighted to announce that admission for our Ryman League fixture at home to Wingate & Finchley on Saturday 27th December 2014 has been made 'Pay What You Want' day.

With the top 6 levels of English football in action on both Friday 26th and Sunday 28th December, we are looking to extend the traditional festive football feast for all fans for another day by offering them the chance, regardless of loyalty, to enjoy what promises to be a keenly contested local derby between two sides in the thick of the promotion play-off race.

Regular fans are encouraged to bring a friend along - with the club enjoying its best season in the league for many years, no football or Soccer Saturday on television and admission of their choosing, there has rarely been a better incentive to introduce them to life with the Green Army.

On the day, not only will we be allowing spectators to choose how much they wish to pay, but there will be plenty more on offer for those thinking of attending and even a little something for those unable to make the game but would like to be there in spirit.

  • Pay at least 5 admission and receive a ticket into our End of Year Draw with a guaranteed cash prize pot of at least 800
  • If you're new to Hendon, sign up to enter a free draw to be in with a chance of winning one of 10 free Season Tickets for the remainder of 2014/5
  • Bring your unwanted Christmas presents and donate them to our charity sack in aid of St. Luke's Hospice.
  • Post-Match charity collection in aid of the Royal British Legion
  • On-Line Auction (with a difference) for Matchball and Match Sponsorship (full details below)
  • Virtual pay what you want admission for people unable to attend the game via the PayPal link below. Each virtual spectator will receive an e-copy of the matchday programme

How Will It Work?

All we ask is that you make a donation when coming through the turnstiles. It really will be that simple. There will be members of the Supporters Trust board and Supporters Association on hand to field any questions or queries you might have on the day, other than that, all we ask is that you thoroughly enjoy yourselves.

Virtual Admission

If you are unable to come to the game, but would still like to 'Pay What You Want', please use the PayPal link below. If you would prefer to pay via other means, please contact us on and we will let you know how to pay. All those purchasing virtual admission will receive an e-mailed edition of the matchday programme.

Matchball & Match Sponsorship Auction

We offered the matchball and match sponsorship for the Wingate & Finchley game via an auction with a difference raising 651.86, and this is how it worked

  • You make a donation to the trust, ideally via PayPal (but donations via direct transfer, cheque or cash will be accepted - email for details of where to send your money)
  • The minimum donation is £2.01.
  • The lowest unique donation will "win" the Matchball sponsorship, and the highest unique donation will "win" the Match sponsorship. All donors are listed below and will appear in the programme on the day.
  • Donations had to be received by 5pm on Saturday 20th December

The winner of the matchball sponsorship was Ian Sassoon with the lowest unique bid of £2.03, and the winner of the match sponsorship was Richman & Co with the highest unique bid of £75.00.

List of Donors

Below is a list of all those who have made a donation for the sponsorship auction. We would like to thank all those who contributed.

  • Ola Andersson
  • David Ballheimer
  • Michael Bibring
  • David Boyne
  • Paul Butler
  • Richard Church
  • Cyrus Cooper
  • Dai Cooper
  • Rod Day
  • Peter Dean
  • John Dropik
  • Lee Earl
  • Eddie Edwards
  • Graham Etchell
  • Excel Sports
  • Jacqueline Fisher
  • Clive Gates
  • Andrew Goodrich
  • Gary Green
  • Mark Hamlin
  • Chris Harte
  • Mike Harte
  • Mike Hogan
  • Stephen Hoile
  • Paul Hutton
  • David Jackson
  • Jeff Jackson
  • Greg Janiec
  • Gary Jones
  • Gavin Kaye
  • Joe Lachter
  • Bernard Lawrence
  • Jeremy Lawrence
  • Simon Lawrence
  • John Leahy
  • Peter Lush
  • Steve Lytton
  • Lee Marriner
  • Kim Parker
  • Pentrus
  • Terri Phillips
  • Lee Prichett
  • Peter Rebak
  • Anthony Rickman
  • David Richbell
  • Richman & Co
  • Bryan Roberts
  • John Rock
  • John Rogers
  • Steve Rogers
  • Ian Sassoon
  • Jeremy Silverstone
  • Lu Simons
  • Les Skinner
  • Katherine Smith
  • Roy Stride
  • Stephen Taylor
  • Sandra and Tony Wood