WELLHOUSE LEISURE BECOME TOWN WOMEN’S SHIRT SPONSOR!

HTWFC Announce Wellhouse Sponsorship

Huddersfield Town’s Women are delighted to announce that Wellhouse Leisure have become their new shirt sponsor!

Local business Wellhouse Leisure have shown fantastic support for Town’s Women sponsoring the home and away shirts for the 2020/21 campaign.

That means that all shirts from Under-10s to the First Team will don the Wellhouse Leisure logo.

Wellhouse Leisure have been manufacturing campervans in Huddersfield since 2002 and in that time have built over 2,500 which have been sold as far away as New Zealand.

Wellhouse are a proud local employer and employ over 20 highly skilled staff. They are proud to display ‘Built in Huddersfield’ badges on all their campervans.

The company have also been involved with various local charities and sports clubs over the last few years and have now turned their attentions to the HTAFC Women.

As women’s football grows, the Huddersfield Town Women have gone from strength-to-strength playing at the John Smith’s Stadium for the first time in their history!

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Sarah Elliott, M.D of Wellhouse, commented:

“Over the last few years the women’s game has moved to new levels and we want to be a long-term partner with Huddersfield Town Women as they progress through the divisions.

“When the chance came up to sponsor Town’s Women Team we were delighted to become involved.”

David Mallin, Chairman of Huddersfield Town Women, added:

“We are delighted to have agreed a shirt sponsorship deal for the 2020/21 season with Wellhouse Leisure.

“This is a great deal for the Club and gives us the opportunity to kit out the entire club open age and juniors in official HTAFC home and away kits for the new season.

“We look forward to many years of cooperation with Wellhouse going forward.”

Huddersfield Town’s Commercial Director, Sean Jarvis, said:

“I’m delighted the Huddersfield Town Women have been able to secure such a great sponsorship deal.

“This is a prime example of the community coming together and how the women’s game is growing.

“I think this is a big step for the Town Women and I look forward to see what the future holds.”

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