Two-Year University of Suffolk Sponsorship for U23s
Friday, 7th Dec 2018 14:52
Town and the University of Suffolk have agreed a two-year sponsorship deal for the U23s.
An extension to an already established partnership, the new deal sees U23s wear shirts bearing the university's name and the first-team squad use their facilities for pre-season fitness analysis, while some of their sport science degrees are run in conjunction with Town.
“We have been working closely with the university for a few years now and the shirt sponsorship is another example of a growing partnership,” Lee O’Neill, Town’s academy manager and newly-appointed general manager of football operations, said.
“Our first-team players used the facilities at the UOS for the first time during the summer for analysis work and the players were very impressed with the set up.”
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