Since 1908, Pollok Football Club have built a rich history and carved an identity as one of junior football?s biggest clubs. Many generations of Pollok supporters have their own stories to tell. Whether it is tales of cup wins, last minute goals or maybe even the greatest hat-trick of all time.? No matter what the memory, one thing connects us, the black and white of Pollok Football Club.
Now a senior club, Pollok FC finds itself in the midst of an exciting time both on and off the field. As well as competing in new league and cup competitions, improvements to the facilities at Newlandsfield are in the pipeline, the creation of a player pathway with the Pollok Under 20’s Development Squad is underway and we have a squad of players playing attractive football.
The Pollok 1908 club has now been successfully running for over 5 years and?allows fans to set up a monthly donation which in turn helps?the football club to flourish. The funds raised through the 1908 club alongside fundraising efforts behind the scenes are vital to ensure that the black and white stays in our blood and gives us many more memories for years to come.
How do I sign up?
Joining the 1908 Club is easy. Either set up a standing order with your online banking or go into your branch with the form below.
Setting up online
Log into your online banking and set up a standing order, choosing your preferred payment date and regular payment amount using the recipient details below.
Branch: Glasgow Central (Bank of Scotland)
Account Number: 06096105
Then, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can register your membership.
Setting up at my branch
Download the below form, print and then take it to your bank’s branch and they will be happy to assist you in setting it up. Remember to cut off the slip at the bottom of the form and hand it to the club secretary or a committee member so that we can register your membership.
Download 1908 Club Standing Order instruction
Send us an email on email@example.com or speak to a committee member who will be more than happy to explain the club.