What is squadbuilder

A key aim of SESA is to support the club financially, directly contributing to the costs of the squad and supporting the signing of new players. 

Would you like to contribute to the future success of the club on the field? Are you able to make a small financial contribution every month that will directly help strengthen the squad? If so why not join Sheffield Eagles Squadbuilder?

This is something SESA have planned to do for some time. We’ve looked at various approaches and we’ve decided to start with a straightforward version. We may look at further tiers in the future but we feel it’s important to start something now so we can support the club as they prepare for 2021. 

As a starting point we are looking at asking people to contribute £5 a month, you can of course contribute more if you wish. SESA will collect this money and on a quarterly basis pass this money on to the club. 

You may think your £5 doesn’t go far but if we have 50 supporters contributing this per month then that’s £3,000 a year. If 100 contribute that’s £6,000 and if 400 join then that’s £24,000! 

SQUADBUILDER 2021

how to pay

You can sign up by clicking the button below, using gocardless, the secure payment system we use for online payments. You can of course cancel this at any time. If you’d prefer to pay your contribution in one annual lump sum then use the second option.

We have great pleasure to announce that due to the generosity of the fans of Sheffield Eagles, SESA can hand over the first £1,000 donation from the Squadbuilder programme. SESA would like to thank everyone who has contributed to this amazing effort during these uncertain times. With work underway on the new stadium, a young talented squad, and light at the end of the Covid tunnel, these are exciting times for the club, and every penny of your contributions go towards strengthening the playing squad.If you would like to sign up for a monthly donation of just £5 and help contribute to the future success of the club. For more details read the story on the club’s website: CLICK HERE