Our latest sponsorship profile is Subway.
We are delighted to welcome Samantha who has the franchise to Subway branches including Lisburn Omniplex and Mercer Street.
We thank Samantha and her team as our under 16s now have this iconic and worldwide logo on their shirts. As with all our sponsors we ask you to support them by supporting their products
Batesy skip hire
Sponsorship and shirt sponsorship in particular is very important to the Academy.
To show our appreciation we will show photos of some of our sponsors in the hope you will support them over the coming months.
Our under 11s are sponsored by Batsey Skip Hire. If you need to hire a skip please remember to phone 02890 711111 for a competitive skip hire rate .
Charles Hurst Vauxhall
Charles Hurst Confirmed As New
Kit Sponsor For Mini Soccer
Local Vauxhall dealer, Charles Hurst Belfast, has announced their commitment to Grass Roots Football in the area by showing their support to Lisburn Distillery Academy this week by providing the mini soccer team with a brand new kit.
Glenn McCartney of Charles Hurst Belfast said, “Supplying Lisburn Distillery Academy with a brand new kit is just the starting point to an exciting partnership.”
“Vauxhall’s sponsorship of Lisburn Distillery mini soccer team highlights the importance of supporting the game from the bottom at Grass Roots level to the top at the International game, and showcases just how committed Vauxhall are as a Home Nations Football sponsor.”
“As well as providing Lisburn Distillery Academy with their new kit we have a dedicated member of our staff working closely with the team, who will give their time and ideas to support the club.”
On behalf of Lisburn Distillery, the club's Mini-Soccer Co-Ordinator Simon Wragg wishes to thank Charles Hurst Vauxhall for their sponsorship as the new team wear will benefit the 'Wee Whites' expanding Mini-Soccer section.
"Mini-Soccer is all about young players learning technical skills in a fun environment and taking part in small sided games against other local clubs as part of the IFA's Grassroots Development Programme. It is an area of the club we are keen to see grow and to continue to strengthen our links in the local community." For more information on Lisburn Distillery Mini-Soccer please contact Simon Wragg on 07747 379372.
Back row Andy Harwood (Academy Coordinator) Glen McCartney - Charles Hurst, Ryan Meneary (coach)
Front Row: Ben Bonar, Ross Hawthorne, Bradnon Wright, Scott Taggart, Ryan Cressey.
Ben, Ross, Bradnon, Scott and Ryan
Colin Scott, Glen McCartney - Charles Hurst, Andy Harwood (Academy Coordinator), Ryan Meneary (coach)
All above photo's by Jonny Irwin
This time our Sponsors Spotlight falls on Luce Balloons of Lisburn who have supported the club this season through both signage and also a generous shirt sponsorship for our Under 12’s team
Luce Balloons is a professional balloon company that started trading around 1998. They started out as a home based business and have steadily grown into one of the premier balloon companies in Northern Ireland. In February 2008 they opened their new and improved party store which has enabled them to develop their Arts & Craft department which is continually expanding with new and exciting lines.
The company have lots of party stuff for everything including Balloons, Banners and Tableware in stock in their packed party store where you will be very welcome to have a look around. They also have lots of FREE Parking and with NO RED COATS (traffic wardens!) to be concerned about you can take your time browsing the merchandise.
Luce Balloons also have in stock a large range of Arts & Crafts products that can be used to make everything from a water colour masterpiece to your Christmas cards as well have as their having sourced items for the “extreme crafter”. If you can’t find what you are looking for give them a call and they will endeavour to get it for you.
Luce Balloons are based in Law’s Yard, Moira Road, Lisburn, BT28 1RW and you contact them by telephone on 028 9250 8062 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Photos copyright David Hunter not be used without permission