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CU Scarborough Extends Partnership With Football Club

Scarborough Athletic

Published at 2:03pm 9th July 2019.

CU Scarborough has extended its partnership with Scarborough Athletic FC for the upcoming 2019/20 season. 

The new deal includes sponsorship for the first team’s away kit and the home kit for the under 19’s side, as well as a new pitch-side advert and programme advertising.

The new sponsored shirts will have a different design this season. They will be white with red trim, with the CU Scarborough logo in the centre.

Based on the Yorkshire coast, CU Scarborough is part of the Coventry University Group and primarily involved in creating industry-ready graduates to meet the needs of the local region.

Steven Knowles, Head of Marketing at CU Scarborough, said:

“Everyone at CU Scarborough is delighted to again be supporting our neighbours Scarborough Athletic with this 2019/20 sponsorship.

The launch of our BA (Hons) Sport & Leisure Management degree this year gives us all the more reason to maintain really strong partnerships with the sporting institutions of the region, so long may it continue.

We are especially pleased at being involved with the return to the ‘classic’ white away kit.”

And Nick Finch, of Scarborough Athletic Football Club said:

“We are so pleased to extend our significant partnership with CU Scarborough for a third term.

CU Scarborough will be proud sponsors of the new first team away shirt and continue to support the prosperous and successful under-19's home kit for the new season.

The last time we wore a full kit of this colour we won promotion, so we have our fingers crossed for similar success this season.

The students and staff at the CU Scarborough take a strong interest in what the football club is up to both on and off the field, whilst providing additional support to businesses in the town.

We are very much looking forward to bringing the exciting next stage of the partnership to fruition over the coming season, for the benefit of the Yorkshire Coast and wider area.”


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