Alford Town FC kitted out by Chestnut Homes sponsorship

Jason Callaby, player-manager of Alford Town Football Club with the club's first team and Steve Cartwright, Chestnut Homes' site manager at Willoughby Chase, Alford.
Jason Callaby, player-manager of Alford Town Football Club with the club's first team and Steve Cartwright, Chestnut Homes' site manager at Willoughby Chase, Alford.
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Alford Town Football Club have been sporting a brand new strip this season, thanks to sponsorship from Chestnut Homes.

Alford Town Football Club have been sporting a brand new strip this season, thanks to sponsorship from Chestnut Homes.

The support from the county housebuilder, which is building new homes in Alford at Willoughby Chase, meant that every member of the first team received new kit. looking the part as they compete in Division Two of the East Lincs Combination Football League.

Jason Callaby, player-manager of Alford Town FC’s first team, said: “Our previous shirts were several years old, so it was a great boost for us to replace them with new ones. The new shirts look great and everyone is really pleased with them.

“These are busy times for our club as in addition to the adult teams, we also have a number of youth teams, from under 10s through to under 18s and in time we hope to set up a ladies team too.

“Our first team is playing in Division Two at the minute and it’s our aim to work our way back up to Division One. We want to keep the club progressing, both on and off the pitch and we’d like to thank Chestnut Homes for all of their support this season,” added Jason.

The club’s ground is located on the outskirts of Alford on East Street, next to the town’s windmill.

David Newton, Managing Director of Chestnut Homes, said: “We’re committed to supporting and giving something back to the communities in which we build our new homes, so we were only too pleased to sponsor Alford Town FC’s new kit.

Adding: “We wish the club all the best for the rest of the season and we will continue to follow their progress with interest.”