SSFC Advent Calendar: Day Twenty-Four

SSFC Advent Calendar: Day Twenty-Four

It’s Christmas Eve and that means we are today bringing you the final installment in our SSFC Advent Calendar series!

We would like to wish all supporters the happiest Christmas possible and to thank them for their incredible support throughout an unprecedented year.

Today’s feature is kicked off by a video message from club chairman Geoff Thompson which can be viewed in the tweet below.

Over the course of the month, supporters have been able to enter a range of competitions to win prizes courtesy of the club and several of its sponsors.

The final item up for grabs is a season ticket for the 2021-22 campaign.

You have until 5pm on Christmas Eve to submit all of your four answers together via email to

The first question was: Which club did Lee Picton twice win the FA Vase with as a player?

The second question was: The tagline of SSFC Foundation is Creating Incredible what?

The third question was: Who scored our first league goal of this season?

Today’s fourth and final question is: The first game Shields played after Geoff Thompson became the club’s chairman was a friendly against which side?

We are also currently highlighting our sixth and final charity of the month, the If U Care Share Foundation.

The charity providesĀ prevention, intervention training & support of those affected by suicide.

To find out more about the If U Care Share Foundation, click here. To make a donation, click here.

Over the month, donations have also been encouraged towards the club’s charitable Foundation, which works with hundreds of children each week and does such fantastic work within our community.

To support the Foundation with a donation, please click here.

Once again, many thanks to all who have spent the time to enter the competitions we have publicised over the last month, and to all those who have provided donations to our highlighted charities.

Please have the best Christmas possible and we can’t wait to see you back at 1st Cloud Arena as soon as it is deemed safe to do so in 2021.