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Virtual Quiz Night – and a new charity to support!

THE next virtual quiz night from Hull City Official Supporters Club takes place on Monday 15th February 2021 at 8pm on Zoom.

The next virtual quiz night from Hull City Official Supporters Club takes place on Monday 15th February 2021 at 8pm on Zoom.

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As usual, there’ll be 4 rounds of questions, culminating with a Wipeout Round. Make sure you have a pen and paper handy and gather a virtual team (of up to 6 people) – it’s amazing how effective (and comical) a WhatsApp or Messenger group chat can be!

You’ll need the following details to join in:

Meeting ID 841 0773 0896
Passcode 604795

Or, simply click this link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84107730896?pwd=M1ZkeWsyTWdYL2dyWnJ2L05uRXZlQT09

Funds are being sought throughout 2021 for The Tigers Trust in their 30th Anniversary year and (newly announced!) The Jeff Astle Foundation about brain injury in sport.

Kathyrn Townsley, the Chair, said: “If you are able to make a small donation to support our fundraising, then we’d be hugely grateful. Here’s a link to our NEW JustGiving page:


“We hope that our quizzes, as well as giving you a giggle and a bit of a social, can also help others through any donations you’re able to make. After all, it was down to you that we raised over £2100 in 2020, split between Tigers Trust and The Angus MacDonald Foundation.

“Cumulatively, our quiz nights have raised around £11,000 in total since their inception in 2016. Tremendous support, thank you.”

Since the death of Jeff Astle in January 2002 aged just 59, despite the growing understanding of issues around head injury in sport and in particular, chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), awareness of these important issues still remains low in the UK.

The family of Jeff Astle launched The Jeff Astle Foundation on April 11th 2015 in memory of Jeff and as a fitting and lasting legacy to both raise awareness of brain injury in all forms of sport and to offer much-needed support to those affected.


The Tigers Trust provide facilities for improving health and social cohesion through participation in sport and leisure activities. They aim to advance educational opportunities for young people and adults, working with a wide range of partners. They promote activities that will enhance social welfare and inclusion for families and people of all ages.


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