Spennymoor Town is delighted to announce Motif8 as the club’s official teamwear partner for the next two seasons.
Motif8, based in Stockton, has provided Moors’ kits since the 2012/13 season, coinciding with the historic FA Vase win at Wembley.
The new deal will see the sports and teamwear supplier provide Spennymoor’s first team kits for the 2020/21 and 20201/22 seasons, as well as training, management and travel.
Moors’ academy kit bundles will also be provided by Motif8, reducing costs and streamlining the process for Head of Academy Andy Lowe.
Witnessing the journey from the Northern League, an FA vase win in 2013, then three promotions in five years into the National league North has been truly amazing.
Spennymoor’s thriving academy now boasts over 550 young people, with the club’s status as a community beacon constantly growing.
Motif8 is also a major sponsor with the club, with their logo etched across the North Stand at The Brewery Field.
Chris Pomfret, Owner of Motif8, said: “We are again proud to be suppling Spennymoor Town with their teamwear and training gear for the next two seasons and hopefully thereafter.
“The club has a fantastic vision and ambition and has certainly proved that since we have been involved.
“Witnessing the journey from the Northern League, an FA vase win in 2013, then three promotions in five years into the National league North has been truly amazing.
“I would like to wish the chief exec, management team, players and supporters the very best for the future.”
Tony Wilson, Managing Director of Spennymoor Town, said: “We are delighted to link up with Motif8 again for another two years.
“Since becoming sponsors back at the start of the 2012/13 season, they have become an integral part of the club’s development off the field.
“Our close-knit relationship with Chris and Carl has allowed us to agree a deal which is hugely beneficial for both parties, and it will make the entire process smoother going forward.
“With our academy expanding to new heights, we are also pleased that the next generation of Moors players will receive next seasons kits in a timely and efficient manner.”