Cliftonhill ready to Exsel

exAlbion Rovers are delighted to announce that we have agreed a stadium rights deal with the highly-reputable IT and Communications firm Exsel Group.

The new deal sees Cliftonhill set to be named as the Exsel Group Stadium for at least the 2016/17 season, a deal our spokesperson views as hugely important for both the clubs finances and the overall direction of the club:

“We’re delighted to announce a one-year stadium naming rights sponsorship deal with Exsel Group.

“It is great news that Exsel Group are joining us at an exciting time for the club.

They added: “We’re very much look forward to working with them over the next year and into the future.”

The company, who last year turned over £3 million, also expressed to us their delight of making Cliftonhill an Exsel area, director Craig Armstrong commenting: “We’re delighted to be involved with one of our local clubs.

“Albion Rovers are a famous club and they play in a famous stadium and we wish them all the very best this season.”

Rovers are now the sixth Scottish football organisation to have announced their involvement with the Glasgow based company, Celtic, Rangers, Dundee, Hibernian and the Scottish FA all now reaping the benefits of Exsel Group’s support and sponsorship.

 

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