Toilets+ Show Support for Yachtswomen
We are delighted to announce the sponsorship of Wroxham Women’s Senior Football Team.
Wroxham FC’s senior women’s team compete in the Eastern Region Premier Division, Tier 5 of the Women’s Football Pyramid, and play their home fixtures at Trafford Park.
Whilst currently not in action due to the latest lockdown, when the Yachtswomen return, they will be fully prepared whatever the weather, kitted out in their new matchday Wet Jackets and Winter Coats.
Supplied by Norfolk Football Ltd, the lightweight Errea Mitchell Wet Jackets will provide each member of the matchday squad protection from the elements. We’ve also enabled each player to receive an Errea Iceland 3.0 coat for training and travel – much needed in the unpredictable British weather.
Speaking of the sponsorship, Manager Rebecca Burton said: “It’s fantastic to have the support of Toilets+, one of the leading businesses in Norfolk and we’re extremely grateful for their assistance in purchasing some much-needed winter gear for the girls.
“It’s through the kindness and generosity of companies like this, that the club are able to provide a professional standard of kit to the players. And we understand that times are tough, given the current climate, so can’t thank Ellie and all at Toilets+ enough.”
The picture inserted features striker Rhianne Brister who we’re also sponsoring for the rest of this season. Rhianne added: “It’s great to have Toilets+ on board and I’m personally grateful for their direct support in sponsoring me. The jackets are brilliant in the wet weather, and know I speak for the rest of the girls when I say we can’t wait to get our hands on the new coats!”
Ellie Grubb, Marketing, Media and PR Manager of Toilets+ said: “From what we’ve seen, when not in Lockdown, Wroxham Women are going from strength to strength, so we jumped at the chance to show our support. And given the unpredictability of the British weather, the winter jackets seemed the obvious bit of kit to supply, we’re sure they’ll get lots of use! We’re always proud to contribute to local football where we can as it plays such a big part in the community, especially at this challenging time.
It’s also great to be able to show our support personally to Rhianne, who we hear is quite the Striker. We’re looking forward to watching her in a game soon”.
When games hopefully resume in March, we look forward to supporting in the stands at one of the upcoming fixtures at Trafford Park.
For more information about Wroxham Women FC please visit www.wroxhamfc.club/