Calling all Hatters! We know that Luton Town Football Club is famous all over the globe, with supporters now able to watch Nathan Jones’ team in action via the new iFollow Hatters service whether they are in Australia or Austria, Spain or South Korea, the USA or the UAE.
Our wonderful support knows no borders – as we can see from the groups that expat Hatters and international football lovers alike have set up to show their support for the Luton boys.
We’ve welcomed the Luton Town Supporters’ Club of Scandinavia as regular visitors to Kenilworth Road (most recently as match sponsors for the game against Stevenage in March, main picture), while we see on social media that supporters in places like Canada, Italy and Brazil are all nuts about Nathan and his squad.
With the ability to watch the Hatters now genuinely worldwide, we want to know whether there are any other groups out there that we haven’t been made aware of – like brothers Erick Murillo and Carlos Delgado (pictured below), who got in touch earlier this year to let us know they’re spreading the word in Heredia, Costa Rica!
You don’t have to be overseas, either.
If you identify with any diverse group of Luton Town supporters that gathers to listen to our matchday commentary on iFollow, congregates at the cathedral to proper football that is Kenilworth Road, or simply meets to talk the Town, we want to hear from you.
LTFC are serious about their commitment to equality and diversity, and we are looking into the possibility of establishing contact with groups of supporters who represent the broad spectrum of Hatters from different communities.
We’d especially like any groups of supporters from Luton’s Asian and eastern European population to contact us – as well as supporters who identify as LGBT.
Please send pictures and details of who the group is, where and how you get your Luton Town FC fix – plus any social media links – to our supporters’ liaison officer John Miller on email@example.com and we’ll make sure your support is shared with your fellow fans.
Come On You Hatters – get in touch!