Surrey FA is a charitable organisation leading the development of grassroots football. The organisation is responsible for governing grassroots clubs, leagues, players and match officials across the county.
As the lead sponsor of Surrey FA U16 Girls Football for the 2019/20 season, we’ve worked together with the organisation to continue raising awareness of its girls’ football offering — helping to encourage girls into the sport from an early age. This has involved providing free marketing support to clubs, hosting cup draws and being the lead title sponsor of the Hyped County Cup. We’ve also just signed on as the lead sponsor again for the 2021 season!
SimPal is an exceptional charity raising awareness of an underlying and rarely mentioned issue among cancer patients: cancer poverty. The charity provides free, pre-paid SIM cards and mobile phones to those living with cancer.
We’re very proud to be sponsoring SimPal’s freephone number — helping people who need support get through to the team. As part of the partnership, we also encourage anyone who can to donate their old phones to SimPal so that they can continue offering their brilliant service.
FCC is one of the oldest and most historic clubs in England. The senior sides play in the Surrey Championship, and the club also has a thriving colts section with eight junior teams ranging from U8s to U15s.
We sponsored FCC for the 2019/20 season with a banner along the cricket pitch.
Junior Shots is an FA Charter Standard football club with teams ranging from U7s to U16s. The club also nurtures the future of grassroots football by hosting Mini Kicker sessions (ages three to six) and Wildcats football, which is specifically aimed at bringing girls into the game.
In addition to our Surrey FA sponsorship, we’re continuing our involvement in junior football and supporting grassroots activities through Junior Shots. We’re the main home, away and manager kit sponsors for the U9s team.
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