Woodhart Group to Continue Sponsorship of Local Premier League Club in 2022/23 - Woodhart Construction

Woodhart Group to Continue Sponsorship of Local Premier League Club in 2022/23

9th June 2022

Woodhart Group, a family-run carpentry and construction firm based in Brighton, East Sussex, has recently announced that it will continue to sponsor local Premier League football club Brighton & Hove Albion for the 2022/23 season.

The firm joined the club’s growing list of sponsors during the recently concluded 2021/22 Premier League season, in which Brighton – nicknamed the Seagulls – finished ninth.

Matt Woodhart, managing director of Woodhart Group, commented: “A large number of our staff and directors have been lifelong fans of our local team, so it was only a matter of time before Woodhart Group joined the list of established sponsors of the Albion.

“If you’re a season ticket holder or regular visitor to the American Express Community [AMEX] stadium, or even if you religiously watch Match of the Day every weekend, you may have spotted our logo around the ground on game day on the big screen or on the mid-tier LED advertising.”

The 2021/22 Premier League season yielded Brighton’s highest ever finish in the English football pyramid, with Graham Potter’s side amassing a club record of 51 points in a top-flight season.

Watching such a historical success unfold before their eyes is something that all Brighton fans and especially those at Woodhart Group have relished, and Matt Woodhart is already looking forward to another year of top-flight action with his business taking pride of place as part of the Brighton & Hove Albion family.

Woodhart added: “Since joining [as sponsors], we’ve been supporting proudly from the sidelines and in the stands. We’ve witnessed some incredible wins this season – the 4-0 drubbing of Manchester United comes to mind – as well as some heartbreaking moments and last-gasp drama that gets the heart racing, and we will continue to support our beloved Seagulls in the Premier League in 2022-23.”

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Article taken from The Leaders Council