Hamilton Panthers Community Football Club, based on York Knavesmire, are looking for help.
Their current club house is no longer fit for purpose and it is estimated providing a new facility will cost £500,000.
The club has provisionally secured substantial funding but is now hoping that companies, charities and individuals will help them reach their target.
The club was founded in 1988 and since then over 3600 local people have played for them, including children drawn from 28 schools in the York area.
The plans for the new clubhouse on Knavesmire Road would incorporate community facilities such as a public cafe and meeting space for community groups.
They’ve also made a YouTube video: “What my grass roots football club means to me – by a York eight year old”.