Huddersfield Town Women are delighted to announce their partnership with Kenyon Weston as their kit sponsor for the 2020/21 season.
Kenyon Weston sponsored Town Women’s u10’s in the 2019/20 campaign and made the decision to sponsor all youth and senior teams ahead of this weekend’s opening round of league fixtures.Co-founder, Matthew Kenyon, is thrilled to announce the partnership.
“We are really excited to be partnering with HTWFC and glad the opportunity came. Many thanks to Rachael Wilkinson and David Mallin for making it happen. It’s great to help the teams with sponsorship and, from the partnership so far, I think the sponsorship has been well received.
Helping the teams through sponsorship was/is more important to us than people of Huddersfield knowing our business. Knowing we have helped is great!”
Founded in 2016, Kenyon Weston is a Huddersfield-based independent design studio that produces brand, industrial and graphic design for its global clientele.
Some of their largest projects include: the redesign of Diet Coke in North America and the worldwide identity of the Coca-Cola 2018 FIFA World Cup partnership.
Town Women Chairman David Mallin believes the sponsorship symbolises the club’s ambition to grow commercially off the pitch, as well as on it.
“We are delighted to announce the fantastic whole-club shirt sponsorship which will help us expand our reach off the pitch whilst we continue to grow on it, too.
Kenyon Weston became one of our junior team sponsors at the start of last season and they’ve been very supportive. When they indicated that they’d like to get more involved with the club as a whole, we had no hesitation in coming to an agreement which benefits both parties greatly”
Huddersfield Town Chief Executive Mark Devlin added:
“It’s fantastic news that our Women’s team has secured this deal. With the difficulties of the financial climate during the pandemic, I think it is a great demonstration that interest in the Women’s game is growing stronger and stronger.
The progress that our Women’s team has made over the last few years has been really impressive and this is another step forward.
I would also like to thank Kenyon Weston, who have been a supporter of the Club over a sustained period of time now; their support is truly appreciated.”