Chorley Group extends sponsorship of local football stadium until the end of 2024

  • Chorley Group extends sponsorship deal with Chorley FC until 2024
  • Dealer group will continue to sponsor Magpies home stadium for a further two seasons
  • Partnership sees ground retain name ‘the Chorley Group Victory Park Stadium’

Time 10:28 am, March 1, 2022

Chorley Group has extended its sponsorship of Chorley FC’s home stadium in a deal that will run until 2024, it has been announced.

The dealer group has sponsored the National League North side’s ground since 2010 and the new agreement will take the partnership to 14 years.

As part of the deal, the 4,300-capacity stadium will continue to be known as the Chorley Group Victory Park Stadium until the end of the 2023-24 season.

The package also means the dealer group will be able the take headline sponsor board at at the entrance to the stadium at Duke Street gates.

It will also display sponsorship around the pitch and have an advert in the matchday programme.

Finally, the group will supply a sponsored car Andy Preece, the Magpies’ director of football.

Adam Turner, managing director of Chorley Group, said: ‘We are proud to once again continue to support the Chorley FC team and keep our local community ties strong.

‘The club is an integral part of the town, and we are pleased that we can play our part in supporting the club in all it does for the local area.

‘Hopefully the boys continue to push on up the league this season.’

Chorley currently sit sixth in the National League North table – the sixth tier of English football.

Last season, the club reached the fourth round of the FA Cup, before bowing out 1-0 to Premier League Wolves.

Terry Robinson, CEO of Chorley FC, said: ‘This sponsorship once again shows how Chorley Group supports the local town and Chorley FC.

‘The continued sponsorship of the Chorley Group Victory Park Stadium till end of the 2023/2024 season shows confidence in the club going forward.

‘The ongoing cooperation between the Chorley Group and the football club is something that both organisations foster and will look forward to entering new cooperations throughout the period of the sponsorship.

‘The club would like to thank everybody at Chorley Group for their support in this and the coming years.’

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Jack joined the Car Dealer team in 2021 as a staff writer. He previously worked as a national newspaper journalist for BNPS Press Agency. He has provided news and motoring stories for a number of national publications including The Sun, The Times and The Daily Mirror.

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