Horncastle Town Football Club has announced a groundbreaking new sponsorship deal with local company Polypipe Civils.
This will see several of the clubs teams step out in new Jako kits sponsored by Polypipe next season and the company will then sponsor the kits of those currently running under other deals once they have run out.
It will be the first time in the clubs history that a single company has sponsored all the kits within the club structure.
Club spokesman Andrew Cotton said: “Polypipe are a fantastic business which does great work in the local community as well as being one of the largest employers in Horncastle and I am delighted with the news that they have agreed to support the club in such a manner.
“This club is going from strength to strength and to attract a huge name like Polypipe shows the value of this club in the community.
“I would like to thank Mick Shaw and James Stevenson for initially setting up the idea of this deal and to Andrew Janney and John Bush of Polypipe for picking it up and running with it to secure this deal.”
John Bush, of Polypipe, added: “Polypipe are proud to sponsor Horncastle Town Football Club, especially at a time when the club are about to open the new pavilion.
“We were particularly keen to do something in the community that would affect a large group of people and felt that being able to sponsor the shirts from under 10’s right through to the senior squads was the ideal opportunity.”