Hythe Town FC have announced a new main sponsor for the 2020/21 season, brand consulting agency Darkhorse.
The sponsorship will ensure Hythe Town FC can invest in players and facilities for the up and coming season, deal with any uncertainties caused by the current COVID crisis, purchase new home and away kits, continue to support its local charity partners and youth team development.
David Pugh-Jones Founder of Darkhorse Brand Consulting, said, “This exclusive sponsorship agreement enables us to reach a wider audience across the south east, especially as we continue to ramp up our client marketing services proposition to brands looking to grow their consumer and business footprints. It also enables us to support a solid grassroot sports club that also gives back to local charities. I’m looking forward to a successful season for the club both on and off the pitch.”
Commenting on the announcement, John Dowsett, Hythe Town FC’s Commercial Director, said, “Darkhorse’s sponsorship will provide immediate benefits. Enabling the club to finalise the manager’s budget for the upcoming season. As well as funding ground improvement work and COVID protection measures, with the additional support of our Patron’s Club.
We are also delighted to welcome David as a Director of Hythe Town FC.
The new home and away kits with Darkhorse branding will be on show for the first time at Hythe Town FC’s FA Cup game on 12th September, although the club, along with all others, still eagerly awaits guidance from the FA about spectator access. The away kit changes to white shirts with blue trim, shorts and socks, the home kit continues in red.
Thank you to our sponsors for the 2020/21 season...
Thank you to the following for displaying our fixture-posters:
|Cycle Fix-it (High Street)||Dabba (The Spice Pot) Martello Drive||The Bell Inn|
|Butt of Sherry||Palmarsh Garage|
|Austin's Newsagents (Stade Street)||Hythe Shoe Repairs (16B High Street)|
|Hythe Cricket Club||Three Mariners|
|The Gem||Hythe Library||Park Road Fish & Chip Shop|
|The Prince of Wales||The Globe Inn (6 High Street)||The Albion Club|
|David Snow Opticians|