You can help celebrate Huddersfield Town’s rich history by sponsoring one of your favourite home or away shirts from seasons gone by.
Town is offering businesses a fantastic and new advertising opportunity to sponsor a famous shirt from the Club’s past for a 12 month period.
The idea is to create a wall of the best, most colourful and most unique shirts from Huddersfield Town’s history at both the John Smith’s Stadium and at PPG Canalside to celebrate and remember successful moments from the Club’s history.
As well as showing off your support for the Club and giving a suggestion of a shirt that lives in the memory of your business, it’s a great way to get your brand noticed as the shirts will be on show outside the White Rose Club at the Stadium and at PPG Canalside.
To get the upmost exposure for your brand and to show of a number of celebrated shirts, the frames will be rotated between the two locations so they are seen by a number of different people.
For just £150 + VAT you can select a shirt from Huddersfield Town’s past to sponsor for 12 months, as long as it’s not already gone, so make sure you are quick and don’t miss out on your favourite shirt!
Eight shirts have been sponsored already, including this season’s Ray Wilson tribute shirt, the 2003/04 home jersey that saw Huddersfield Town promoted to League 1 and the black limited edition millennium Panasonic shirt.
For more information on how to sponsor at shirt please contact Huddersfield Town’s Commercial Manager for Advertising and Events, Marc Mitchell via email on email@example.com or call 01484 484 125.
Huddersfield Town’s Commercial Director Sean Jarvis commented:
“The whole idea of this concept is to celebrate some of the most remembered and unique shirts in Huddersfield Town’s history.
“We all have our favourite Town shirts and this is an opportunity for businesses to sponsor their favourite shirts as well as get extra brand exposure around the Club.
“If you’re interested in sponsoring a shirt and have one in mind, I’d urge you to contact us quickly as you never know who else might have that shirt in mind!”