Macron become Soccer Camp Sponsors

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Bromley Football Club are pleased to announce that teamwear supplier Macron London South East have become sponsors within the Club’s community scheme, specifically the Holiday Soccer Camps.

The Italian sportswear manufacturer have been providing first team training and playing kits, youth kits and academy wear since 2015, meaning they have had an affiliation with the Club ever since its first season in the National League.

The partnership between Club and supplier has grown from strength to strength in the past five years, and the new deal will see Macron London South East’s branding sit alongside not only the first team, youth and academy, but now the Community Scheme. This will entail the already successful Holiday Soccer Camps, which run 5-6 times a year throughout each school holiday, and is increasingly popular amongst local parents and children.

Managing Director of Macron London South East Colin Etheridge commented; “Macron London South East is delighted to be involved with Bromley FC. We have enjoyed a close working relationship with the club and we are excited to further our relationship with the community scheme. We wish the Club and the Community scheme every success over the coming season!”

Director Jerry Dolke added; “Macron’s support of us over the past five years has been fantastic. Now we enter into an exciting new stage of our relationship and welcome them into the Community family. This partnership will make it possible for us to develop and add to our Community provisions, which is of course vitally important. We are proud to have such an established and premier brand sitting alongside our Community Scheme and look forward to working closely with Colin and the team in the coming months.”

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