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Be A Match Maker At Cambridge United!

5 September 2013

Help enhance supporters' match day experience!

Inspired by the London 2012 Games Makers, Cambridge United aim to change and enhance the spectator experience during match days, through an innovative meet and greet initiative for fans entering the R Costings Abbey Stadium.

The U's, in conjunction with CFU, are recruiting a team of enthusiastic and happy volunteers to welcome, assist and help spectators both outside and inside the stadium. 

The volunteer team will be the first point of contact with supporters and fans and help create a welcoming and friendly atmosphere for all spectators.  

The volunteer’s involvement will offer them the opportunity to have a significant impact in what the spectators will remember of their match day experience.

Cambridge United are continuously looking at improving the match day experience for football supporters, whether they are attending their first match or they are a life-long fan and Season Ticket Holder.

Cambridge United believe that it is important to make both home and away supporters feel valued and looked after. By doing this we hope that it will give us the opportunity to welcome supporters back many times in the future. 

The Role
Cambridge United Meet and Greet Spectator Services Volunteer:

You will join a team of enthusiastic and happy volunteers, who will welcome, assist and help spectators both outside and inside the stadium. You will be the first point of contact with supporters and fans and help create a welcoming and friendly atmosphere for all spectators. 

Your involvement will offer you the opportunity to have a significant impact in what the spectators will remember of their match day experience.

Age Limit
18+

Duration and Hours
The Cambridge United Meet and Greet Spectator Service will commence in September 2013. The role is expected to be for up to 5.5 hours on a match day. 

Your Skills
People’s person, friendly, kind, positive “can do” attitude, team player. Customer Service experience is an advantage but not essential.

Training
You will be provided with Cambridge United Meet and Greet Spectator Service induction training and stadium orientation prior to the commencement of your role.

Volunteer Selection
Selection will be by an informal discussion.

Anyone who is interested in becoming a Cambridge United Match Maker, or for further information, please email cufcmatchmaker@btopenworld.com.

Dave Matthew Jones & Roy Newman, Cambridge Fans United.



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