Brand new sponsorship deal with U14’s Youth and Men’s First Team


The Men’s First Team will be collectively sponsored by the U14’s Youth team and parents for the 2022/23 season, as we introduce a brand new junior sponsorship deal between the squads.

Throughout the season, the management team and players from the Men’s First Team will contribute to U14’s training sessions and attend a number of the team’s league games. The deal also includes 10 season tickets for the Youth team and an ad in the Men’s First Team programme.

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We spoke to David Burton, U14’s Youth coach and sponsor, about the decision to set up the deal and how it benefits both the squad, their parents and the club.

“As a team, we have decided to to support the Club, the Men’s First Team and use the opportunity to build a connection between the senior and junior players”.

The deal means the team are entitled to sessions where the Men’s First Team players make a genuine impact as active role models which in turn creates aspirations for the Youth team players and their potential future at the club. They are able to learn different skills and techniques which can be put into play in their own game scenarios.

“The parents can see and understand the benefits in Men’s First Team players helping their children be the best they can be. I explain most sessions that having various “coaches” or “advice” from as many different people as possible can only help.”

If this sounds like a sponsorship deal you’re interested in considering for your own team, get in touch with our Director, Neil Richards.




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