Exsel Group was today announced as the stadium sponsor of Albion Rovers Football Club.
The 1-year sponsorship deal sees the IT & Communications Company rename the Stadium “The Exsel Group Stadium” in time for the Albion Rovers team to kick of the coming season 2016/17 in style.
Based in Glasgow and Aberdeen, Exsel Group work with some of the country’s largest and most well-known organisations including Muir Construction, Grahams Dairy and the Scottish Football Association.
Exsel Group specialise in deploying telecom and IT solutions to clients which drive down costs, improve efficiency and boost productivity. With local support, over 200 clients and in-house technology experts, Exsel Group were shortlisted SME of the year at the Scottish Business Awards 2015.
Lee Mair, Business Development Manager, Exsel Group commented:
“Exsel Group are delighted to be unveiled as the partner for Albion rovers FC. Rovers are a fantastic Scottish club and we are proud to be named as their stadium sponsor. We are looking forward to building on our relationship with the club and their current sponsors.
We are thrilled to be involved with one of our local clubs and we wish them all the very best this season”
As an organisation, Exsel group firmly directs its focus upon giving back and supporting the local community and are currently engaged with enterprises such as A&M Scotland and ENABLE Scotland, as well as having supported the Glasgow 2016 Homeless World Cup earlier this month.
“We are absolutely delighted to welcome Exsel Group as our new stadium sponsor. This is an exciting time for the club and we look forward to establishing a great relationship with Exsel Group over the next year and going forward.”
Exsel Group are also engaged in sponsorships deals with the Scottish Football Association, Celtic Ladies FC, Rangers FC, Dundee FC and Hibs FC.
Their active support of Scottish football also saw them recently announce their sponsorship of Airdrie’s Gartcairn Juniors and their engagement with the SJFA West Regions League Cup this season.