Join the Bramley Buffaloes lottery and win up to £25,000!
How Bramley Buffaloes lottery works:
Bramley Buffaloes, currently play in the Yorkshire Men's League Competition, after league restructures saw them moved from the national league structure, where they were twice champions and five times minor premiers. The Buffaloes formed out of the ashes of the former Professional team Bramley RLFC, who resigned from the professional game in 1999, and celebrate the 140th Anniversary of their first game in 1879, in November this year. The Bramley Club features strong in the history of the game, being one of the pioneers in 1893 asking for broken time payments from the RFU, hosting the first ever international game at the Barley Mow between Bramley and the New Zealand All Gold, Featuring the Great Dally Messenger.
The Buffaloes hope that you will join our lottery scheme as these funds will allow us to continue the work the club is doing in the community, and go towards helping us develop the club and the playing squads on and off the field.
Win up to £25,000!
Entering the draw
You can play for as little as £1 per week and when you join you will be entered into the draw of the club you choose to support.
When you join, you’ll be given a unique six-digit lucky number to be entered into the weekly draw. You can have more than one entry and will be given a separate number for each entry.
The draw takes place every Monday and is based on the last digit of the Fahrenheit temperature from six popular European destinations. The more numbers you match in the correct place, the more you win.
Enter your lucky lottery numbers and find out if you have been a winner!
Frequently Asked Questions
If you have any question about the lottery or need any help, you can contact us directly on 0115 888 1 222, Monday to Friday 9 to 4.30 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Between 37p and 50p goes straight to your club. The rest is divided into two parts to cover the prizes and to pay for the administration of the lottery itself.
Your club does. Every month they will be transferred the money they raised directly to the clubs bank accounts. From there, it can go towards paying for the clubs costs – be it kit, pitches, equipment or anything else the club needs.
If you have any other questions, please contact us
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