What is the CUFC Lottery?
Every week there will be a lottery draw with a main cash prize of up to £500 for the winner.
When there is no weekly draw winner there will be runner-up cash prizes of up to £400.
A second draw will be held to win the jackpot accumulator (up to £2500). If this isn't won then there will be a rollover for the following week.
Membership of CFU is not required to become a member of the CUFC Lottery
How does the CUFC work?
£2 a week gets you an entry to the CUFC lottery and you will receive a unique 4 digit lottery number. Lottery membership is limited to a maximum of 5000 members.
If your 4 digit number comes up then you win the weekly cash prize.
If there isn't a winner of the weekly draw then if you match the first two or last 2 digits in the correct position and order you win the weekly runners-up prize fund or a share of it should there be other winning runners-up numbers.
If your 4 digit number comes up in the weekly jackpot accumulator draw then you win the jackpot!
The following week we will transfer your winnings directly into your bank account.
What happens to the £2 weekly entry and who benefits?
95p goes in to the Prize Fund – the more members the higher the value of the prizes This fund is kept solely for prizes and not for other purposes.
5p is held to cover costs – the lottery is run by volunteers, there are no labour costs but postage, printing, Freepost, website etc costs need to be covered.
30p goes into a Community Fund – used to donate money to local charities, community activities in the Cambridge area. The lottery has donated funds to Addenbrookes Hospital and Rowan Humberstone in the recent past and is now involved with rasing money for CRY for information click here http://www.c-r-y.org.uk/
70p goes into a Cambridge Utd fund – Cambridge United Chairman Dave Doggett has requested that we keep this fund earmarked for redevelopment of the Abbey stadium.
With CUFC Lottery everyone can support both the Club and the community and have some fun whilst doing it!
Thanks for your interest and ...Good luck in the draw!
Cambridge Fans United