Our National Game is one of the most well known sports and is very popular amongst people all over the world. There are many countries in which football is deep seated in the national culture and parts of life revolve around it, while most countries also have football newspapers as well as football magazines. Football is a sport that is reported equally at a local level through the media, particularly local papers, websites and radio.
The mood of regions as well as countries has been often seen to be connected to the game of football, where success in a major tournament can bring a feel-good factor to the local community or country (and a loss or defeat can lower spirits).
Locally, a football team reflects the character of the area and, in the case of non-league football, the non-playing side is usually run by local volunteers. These supporters, along with those that turn out to cheer their team on throughout the season, are the life-blood of the sport at the local-level.
The purpose of this website is to provide supporters with news and facts about the Club’s teams as quickly and accurately as we can, particularly in the close-season when the sport does not feature so much in the local press, and between matches.
Additional information and activities for supporters is provided by the RFSA (Ramsgate Football Supporters’ Association), further details of which are given on some of the following pages.
One of the key components in rallying support for the Club is to raise its profile and improve attendances at home matches. All fans can help by displaying the next home match poster, which can be downloaded HERE.
And if you would like the chance of winning a cash prize, and giving the Club a little financial help at the same time, then the Goalden Gate Prize Draw is for you – find out more HERE, and download an application form HERE.
So let’s all do what we can – COME ON YOU RAMS!
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