On Monday afternoon FC Humber United were supported by their new community partner Chrysalis prevention of mens suicide who were at their first game promoting their charity and the great work that they will and do provide to Selby and the Humberside area which is why the game against North Ferriby was ideal for them.
North Ferriby has always have a great following for the NCEFL league games both home and away and they didn’t disappoint, fetching many away fans and helping create a great atmosphere for the game.
This is only the very beginning of what FC Humber United consider to be a really good partnership and a chance for the two new organisations to help each other in the future.
FC Humber would like to thank Adi Cunningham, Julie Lee and Sarah Brookes-Lydiate for their fantastic efforts in what was a busy game and also thanks the final whistle staff for keeping everyone fed and watered.
With this being the first game in 2022 FC Humber United would like to wish everyone a happy new year and would like to take the opportunity to thank the current and past managers, players, community partners, volunteers, family and of course the fans for their continued support and help shaping the club throughout this season and look forward to the challenge football brings well into the future.
Danny Lydiate (FC Humber United Development Officer) adds that “this is only the beginning of what’s to come throughout 2022 and into the future as the club looks to further develop on and off the pitch.”