Match Day Office
During the summer of 2002, Richard Terry worked hard to renovate
the building, followed up by work on the interior by Steve Barrett
and Helen Bowater. WFC President Morty Hollis and then-Commercial
Associate Jools Chaffer were also instrumental in arranging for
a permanent electricity hook-up to be connected to the building.
WFCSA are now able to offer all fans (not just WFCSA Members),
at all WFC First Team and Youth Team fixtures, Brighton & Hove
Albion Reserve team matches and selected Withdean 2000 home matches,
a range of hot and cold drinks and snacks. We also stock a full
range of WFCSA Merchandise at all Worthing games, as well as providing
a handy one-stop shop for all your membership enquiries.
The Matchday Office is staffed solely by volunteers from WFCSA,
and there is always a Committee Member on duty. If you wish to help
out, please email WFCSA using the link on the sidebar.
See below for a Tea Bar price list - information on Merchandise
and Membership are avaialble elsewhere
on this site.
WFCSA Matchday Office
- Tea Bar Prices 2002-03
(all items subject to availability)
- Hot drinks (Tea, Coffee, Hot Chocolate) - 60p
- Cold drinks (Coke, Diet Coke, Tango, Irn Bru, Dr Pepper, Still
Mineral Water) - 60p
- Red Bull - £1.10
- Cup-a-soup (Choice of flavours) - 80p
- Pot Noodles (Choice of flavours) - £1.20
- Crisps (Choice of flavours) - 35p/10p
- Chocolate (Mars, Twix, Kit Kat) - 35p
- Ice-pops - 15p
- Lollipops - 5p
Regrettably, it is not possible to offer cooked food for a variety
of reasons (the hut being made of wood being the main one!), however
the Club's own Rebels Snack Shack, in the south-east corner of the
ground offers burgers, chips and hot dogs. The Snack Shack is not
always open for Brighton Reserve matches.