Livingston FC announced the completion of a new main sponsorship deal which will see IT solutions provider RDF Consulting sponsor Roberto Landi's side for the next two seasons.


RDF's logo will adorn the front of the team's home and away jerseys, as well as appearing on the back of the shirts above the player's number. It will also appear on the player's shorts and club training wear.

Livingston FC chairman Angelo Massone is delighted to have secured what is an important deal for the club:


“On behalf of everyone at the club, we welcome the RDF Group on board as our main sponsors.  We will be working closely with them over the next two years as we look to progress and achieve our ambitions together.”


“They are a locally based business, and it was important for us to find a sponsor who is very much involved in the local community.”

“We appreciate RDF's backing at a time where Livingston Football Club is looking to connect again with local people and local businesses and encourage them to invest once again in the team.”


The RDF deal rekindles Livingston FC's traditional link of seeking sponsorship from companies who employ locally.  Past sponsors of this kind have included Mitsubishi Electric, Motorola and Intelligent Finance.


RDF have been providing IT solutions from their Livingston offices since 1999 and now employ over 60 consultants in Scotland.  RDF provides software development, IT consultancy and IT recruitment services to a range of blue chip and niche clients all over the UK.


Founder and Chief Executive Dave Wood commented: "It's a privilege to become Livingston's main sponsor and, as a community based company, we are delighted to support the community football club at such an exciting time.  We hope that the partnership we have struck will be a long lasting and successful one for both parties"


Comments (5)

  1. fsc

Nice kit Very happy with it

  1. fsc

Not bad...hopefully Livi stick to the yellow as their primary colour for a few years this time because as a young club it doesn\'t help them build an identity to always be chopping and changing between yellow, black and the occasional white strip too.

  1. steve

nice and simple, well doen, nice presenatation as well, thats always nice to see,

  1. Joe Barbieri


  1. Enrico C.

I agree with stemcg1983! <br /><br />@ micho: I think that the problem with your México kit is the accent in the file name! Try to load it as &quot;Mexico&quot;! :-)

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