The Lottery Syndicate Club
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About Us

How it Will Work

So lets explain….

Each member may play as many lines as he/she wants.

No two lines will be the same.

Each player will play a unique combination of numbers of their choice.

All winnings up to £200 will be paid in full to the owner/s of the winning line/s.

Wins between £201 and £1million will be divided three ways: 5% will be paid to the Syndicate Leader; 20% will be paid into the Lottery Syndicate fund; and the remaining 75% will be paid to the owner/s of the winning line/s.

If a members line wins the Jackpot the member will be paid a maximum of £1million.

In the event of a shared Jackpot where the win is over £1million but less than £1,050,000 the Syndicate Leader must be paid £50,000 and the remaining money will be paid to the owner of the winning line.

The Syndicate Leader will receive 5% of the total Jackpot win up to a maximum of £1million and the remaining money will be paid into the Syndicate fund.

There are of course no tax implications from receiving money in this way.

All lines are placed with Camelot, the UK National Lottery, for each Saturday night draw. this means that you can check the results of the draw yourself, live on BBC1 TV or on the National Lottery website at or in the Sunday or Monday newspapers.

As inaugural members elect, we and your club very much want you to join us as we are now set to Drive YOUR Dream !

How much will it cost me?

Club Member Syndicate Affiliation Annual Subscription is £31

Lottery ticket is £2 per week per line payable annually which amounts to £104 per line.

So the total for 1 year would be £135 if a Player paid for their subs & just one line each week.

** Remember a member can play more than one line having paid the Annual Subscription of £31

Additional lines are £104 a year per line.

Please Note, All payments must be in Sterling

To convert £’s (GBP Sterling) into the currency of your country, go to: and view ‘Universal Currency Converter’

Alan Biley – LSC Ambassador

Alan was born in Leighton Buzzard and began his career with Luton Town’s youth team before joining Cambridge United in 1975. He became a prolific goalscorer for Cambridge which saw him net 82 goals in 185 matches which brought the attention of bigger clubs. First Division Derby County signed him in 1979 and he took to the top-flight well scoring nine goals in 18 matches but Derby were relegated. He remained with the “Rams” for the 1980–81 season scoring 10 goals as they finished in 6th position. Alan was then signed by Everton but he had a frustrating spell at Goodison Park scoring just three goals in 21 and left before the end of the 1981–82 for Stoke City. He played eight matches for Stoke scoring once which came in a 4–3 defeat away at Southampton.

Biley then signed for Bobby Campbell’s Portsmouth in 1982. He became a hugely popular figure at Fratton Park helping the South Coast side to the Third Division title in 1982–83. After scoring 65 goals in 119 games for Pompey he left for Brighton & Hove Albion where he spent two seasons and then a short return to Cambridge United. After a brief spell at Panionios he ended his career with a brief spell at Waterford United where he was signed by ex team mate Andy King. Alan made his League of Ireland debut on the 15th of January 1989 at Cork City but only made one other appearance for Waterford.