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Hungerford Town unveil new shirt and sponsor

Crusaders have signed a two year deal

Hungerford Town unveil new shirt and sponsor

An exciting day at Vanarama National League South Hungerford Town as the club unveiled a smart new home shirt and brand new sponsor.

The Crusaders, building toward the new step 2 season with manager Danny Robinson, will sport the branding of housebuilder Bewley Homes on their shirts in a deal covering the next two years with an option for a third season.

According to a statement on the Hungerford Town website, the new sponsorship agreement comes at a crucial time with the Crusaders having lost all three of its shirt sponsors from 2019/20 owing to the current uncertain times.

Chambers said: “This is fantastic news for the club. We are delighted Bewley Homes has decided to sponsor Hungerford Town Football Club for the next two years with an option for a third season. We strongly believe the partnership will be beneficial to both parties.”

Bewley Homes, currently building a development on nearby Salisbury Road, will grace the front of the new Macron shirt, while Fastframe UK will feature on the back of the shirt and an I LOVE NHS logo will feature on the sleeve as a sign of gratitude.

Bewley Homes’ Operations Director, Peter Carpinelli said: “This is a vital partnership for Bewley Homes. This will enable us to engage and support many people who are connected to this much-loved football club. We are looking forward to the start of the new season as main club sponsors.”

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Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of Football in Berkshire. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Reach PLC. Former manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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