Bridlington Town fans get chance to help club build for future with buy a brick fundraiser

Bridlington Town fans have been given their chance to leave a lasting impression on the Queensgate ground with their buy a brick scheme.

Wednesday, 20th January 2021, 10:59 am
The first wall in the Brid Town buy a brick scheme Photo by Dom Taylor

The Bridlington Town wall of fame will allow fans to leave their imprint on the club by buying a brick and putting their own message and/or name on it, and in the process help the Seasiders boost their coffers during a time of great financial uncertainty due to the lockdowns and Covid-19 restrictions.

Town spokesman Dom Taylor said: “Due to the success of our buy a brick fundraising scheme we are pleased to announce we will be placing a second order for the commemorative bricks.

“We’re offering you; the true supporters of Bridlington Town Football Club the opportunity to create an even stronger bond with the Seasiders by adding a personalised brick to preserve the club’s past and help secure its future.

“You can buy a brick for yourself, friends, family or loved ones.

“Why not buy an engraved brick to celebrating births and marriage, as well as paying a fitting tribute to loved ones that are no longer with us, professionally engraved with your own personal message, in their memory on to a brick.”

A commemorative brick will cost £25 each.

Taylor added: “The ‘wall of fame’ is inside the ground, where it is confidently predicted that it will be constructed with the custom-made, laser engraved bricks for our loyal Seasiders fans, where it is envisaged that the memorial wall will become a pre-game meeting place for friends and families.

“Each brick allows a personalised message of two lines with a maximum of 16 characters per line.

“The lettering is in black or gold.

“For the fan that would like to show their support on a grander scale, there is the opportunity to purchase a double sized brick for £50, ideal for corporate supporters to have a permanent statement of their help in buying the club for the fans.”

Forms can be downloaded from the Brid Town website on

If you are local to Bridlington forms can also be dropped off at your homes.