Building links with Blyth Town FC
Fine and Dandi are delighted to be able to sponsor Blyth Town FC for the up and coming season, the linkup will display our FND, Fine and Dandi logo on the first team match strips for the upcoming season and club content will feature our logo throughout the season.
As well as the mens first team playing shirts, we are proud to have our logo displayed on content in and around the club, from club website, to coverage on social media, this is fantastic for Fine and Dandi as it not only helps build our brand but it raises awareness around mental health, diversity and inclusion in and around the club as well as in the local community.
On the linkup, Scott Douglas, Blyth Town FC First Team Chair commented “It’s incredible that a charity like “fine n dandi” are supporting Blyth Town Football club, which not only is helping both players and the club throughout the season but more importantly promotes mental health and raising awareness within the local football community”.
We are also delighted to be able to display a sponsorship board which will soon be on display pitch-side and visible to all on match days.
On the linkup Steven from Fine and Dandi said “Its fantastic that the opportunity to work with Blyth Town came about, being able to display our logo on the mens first team playing kit as well as in and around the ground and clubhouse will promote a positive message throughout the club and help us open conversations around mental health, diversity and inclusion.”
“Its our aim to promote mental health, diversity and inclusion and show anyone struggling that its okay to not be okay and more importantly, its okay to start a conversation and seek help and with the club running teams from Under 7s up to senior teams for both men and women, having our brand on display in and around the club house and on the pitch will promote a good message throughout the club and local community”
Blyth Town play in the Northern League and run junior teams for both boys and girls (and mixed teams) from under 7 through every age group to senior football. Blyth Town have had both Newcastle United’s Dan Burn and Barcelona’s Lucy Bronze play for the club at junior level before there rise within the game.
Take a look at the club website for further information about the teams, latest news and events on at the clubhouse.
Photography by David Mellstrom Photography.
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