What's happening at Darlington FC
Behind the scenes – update 14
Here is the latest of the behind the scenes updates of events at Darlington FC.
The Boards of Darlington FC and DFCSG continue to meet regularly via video conference call, to discuss various ongoing relevant matters. They met on Thursday 25th June 2020.
The Current league season:
Five clubs have told the National League that they intend to participate in the National League North play offs, which will be held in late July.
The league is also looking at different fixture scenarios for season 2020-21, depending on government guidelines over the coming months. There is an aspirational start date of September, and the meeting discussed the possible requirements requested by the FA before games can recommence.
Commercial activity has gathered pace in the last few weeks, and we are grateful to all of our current sponsors for the support they are giving to our Club, and we will be making some exciting announcements over the next few weeks. We are also refreshing the Commercial Brochure in preparation for the 2020/21 season and we will also be reviewing our Hospitality arrangements with sponsors and fans who frequently use this facility. The aim is to make sure we offer the very best hospitality service we can when circumstances permit, with a commitment to make it a value for money experience.
The 2020/21 kit sponsorship details are now on the official website – last season’s kit sponsors have until 3rd July to renew. You can read the details here https://darlingtonfc.co.uk/news/kit-sponsorship-for-season-2020-21
The club has continued to be very active through various means:
Coming up, we will:
Throughout these very difficult and unprecedented times, we have maintained a very high profile for the club on our official website and social media channels, and we will continue to do so until we resume matches for the benefit of our much-valued volunteers and loyal supporters.
Thank you for your continued support, it is very much appreciated.
Remember, follow the guidelines and stay safe.