Lead Sponsor for Bridgwater Football Club

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Lead Sponsor for Bridgwater Football Club

Bridgwater United Football Club announces us as the principal First Team Front Of Shirt Partner for the 2021/22 season!

We are proud to be the official lead sponsor for Bridgwater United FC and are supporting the team for this 2021/22 season along with Bridgwater Trust. As part of the agreement, BCP Media Group’s logo will feature across the home and away football shirts for the men’s first team.

We have provided Bridgwater United FC with a complete suite of branding and signage for their new north stand, cafe and football shirts. A large format branded sign now showcases the Bridgwater United FC’s logo along the side of the pitch and the cafe has been supplied with new branded wall art, along with fresh signage marking entrances and exits around the site.

Bridgwater United FC’s Chief Executive, Adam Murry said, ‘Through the club’s many dealings with the BCP team, our relationship has grown from strength to strength, and we are excited to be able to work alongside them, to what will be a very exciting season. We are now delighted to be taking our partnership to the next level and we’re all excited to see the BCP logo on our first team’s home and away match kits.’

Our Managing Director, Ian Shenton said, ‘We are extremely proud to be the lead first team sponsor of Bridgwater United FC for the upcoming season, it’s an exciting time for everyone involved with the club, with huge progress and development being made both on and off the pitch. We work with many businesses in the Bridgwater and surrounding areas, supporting them with all their print, signage, and marketing materials so this was a great chance for us to show our support. We wish the team, and everyone involved with the club fantastic success for the new season.’

We love supporting local businesses and projects wherever we can and we can’t wait to see Bridgwater United FC out on the pitch!

Contact us today for more information on our products and services.

 

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