Stafford United Football Club has struck a deal with an office supplies company for sponsorship across the board
Stafford United Football Club continues to go from strength to strength having secured a sponsorship deal with an online office supplier.
Chairman of Stafford United Football Club, Rich Gibson, comments: “There is a real psychology when you have a kit sponsor, it shows your competitors that you mean business. Not only does this agreement mean that we are able to take to the pitch in style, but it also encourages other businesses to get involved with us too.
“While we have worked hard to produce results from the outset, bringing in UAFA B Licence Coach, David Tuck, as our first team manager, it has been vital that we establish the infrastructure that will afford us long-term growth and help take us to the next level.
“We arguably have the best facilities a Sunday League Club could wish for and we are the only club to proudly carry a purple monster on the front of our shirts!”
More than simply a football club, SUFC was launched by Rich Gibson, a British Army Sergeant Major, to bridge the gap between service personnel and civilians in the local community. Recognising a divide, the club encouraged players to come together and to interact both on and off the pitch.
The club is a member of the Stafford and District Sunday Football League. It has the mantra “Ubi Concordia Ibi Victoria”, which translates as ‘with unity comes victory’, at the foot of its crest. The crest also displays crossed swords and the Staffordshire knot depicting the collaboration between the service community and civilian population in Stafford.
The sponsorship with Office Monster will see the brand featured across all 80 shirts that are worn by the Stafford United FC players in the first and development teams, both home and away.