13 August 2021
Stirlin extend partnership with Lincoln City Football Club
Stirlin are delighted to announce their continued partnership with Lincoln City Football Club for the 2021/22 season.
Stirlin have supported the club for the past 4 seasons in various ways, through sponsorship packages, seasonal hospitality and the refurbishment of the restrooms in the Travis Perkins Executive Lounge in 2017.
As part of the agreed Silver Partnership, Stirlin’s signage is in place on the rear of the Selenity Stand, the perimeter board and within the training ground.
Andrew Whitham, Director of Commercial Affairs for Lincoln City FC, says “It is great that key local businesses recognise the value of partnership at Lincoln City. Stirlin have been fantastic supporters of the club over the years and we are grateful for their continued enthusiasm in being involved with the Imps.”
“Fans will see more of the partnership through the year as well as Stirlin branding being on the new LED system around the perimeter of the pitch.”
Owner and Founder of Stirlin Group, James Kirby, says “We are extremely proud to continue our partnership with LCFC and their successes on and off the pitch. As a local business, with Lincoln at the heart of everything we do, it’s so important to us to promote Lincolnshire as a thriving place to live and work and support local talent. Lincoln City football club is a significant part of this – it has created a real sense of excitement and passion throughout the city. My family, friends and many of the Stirlin team are fans of LCFC, so we are all thrilled to continue to grow our partnership with the club.”
“As our group of companies continue to grow and expand, we are always looking for new business opportunities. We are excited to expand Stirlin Group further, as we now plan to seek contractual opportunities in and around Lincolnshire. We are very much looking forward to hosting our valued clients in the hospitality suites, to enjoy the fantastic match day experience.”
“All of team Stirlin would like to take this opportunity to wish the Imps the very best of luck for their first home game tomorrow at 3pm and the season ahead.”