Burnley announce Premier Range Shirt Sponsor Deal

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Burnley Football Club announced a prestigious new shirt sponsorship deal with Premier Range, commencing in the summer of 2012.

The online kitchen specialist, based in Todmorden, has agreed an undisclosed fee to become the principal club partner for the next two years, with an option for a third year.

The shirt deal will replace Fun88, whose deal comes to an end at end of the 2011/12 campaign.

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Martin Mensforth, General Manager at Premier Range, said: “We are very excited about this deal as we have always endeavoured to support Burnley Football Club in any way we can.

“Moving from sponsoring the Youth Team to the first team is not only a measure of our success as a company, but also shows how committed to this great team we are.

“On a personal note, and as a Burnley fan as well as a sponsor, I would also like to thank Fun88 for their support of Burnley over the last few years and promise we will continue their good work.”

Anthony Fairclough, Director of Commercial Affairs at Burnley Football Club, said: “I would like to go on record in thanking Fun88 for their valued support and our association with them.

“Premier Range has enjoyed a relationship with the club for three years now, particularly in sponsoring our youth team and Clarets Player reserve team highlights, and we feel that their move to title sponsor clearly demonstrates an ongoing support and commitment to the club.”

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    fsc · 12 years ago
    Why would anyone in the north support Burnley? You have Manchester United & Manchester City on your dootstep for crying out loud, the only teams who will realistically ever win anything. By going for all these small clubs you're just harming the potential of the teams that matter.
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    fsc · 12 years ago
    looks like an eye test at the opticians, gets smaller & smaller
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    Gazhorn · 12 years ago
    What's prestigious about being sponsored by an online kitchen company?!

    The sponsor ruins a shirt that's steeped in history and tradition. Not worthy to be slapped on the claret & blue of Burnley.
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    fsc · 12 years ago
    I Do Like Football, But Burnley. Burnley Can F**k Off :P :P :P :P :P
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    fsc · 12 years ago
    I Do Like Football, But Burnley. Burnley Can Fuck Off :P :P :P
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    fsc · 12 years ago
    Doesn't look that bad for a team that is in the Championship league
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    fsc · 12 years ago
    Better than this asian sponsor but still shit
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    fsc · 12 years ago
    TWAT ON THE RIGHT TWAAAT ON THE RIGGGHHHTTT :eek: :eek:
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    fsc · 12 years ago
    burnley change shirt sponser 2 much look like pretty crap training ground
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    fsc · 12 years ago
    Online kitchen range? perfect for the female supporters
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    MW FROM WIDEOPEN · 15 years ago
    Theres a new one I posted up with the navy shorts and current crest. Could not really make a decent away jersey in red or navy, so Ill use a new Template for that.
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    Nickolas_Name · 15 years ago
    I'm liking it, we did wear white shorts during the last years of the Big Sam years. It's only last year that we reverted back to our traditional white and blue combo. I admire the inclusion of the town badge but I'-) much rather have the home badge as it's less complicated and it doesn't remind me of Wigan's old crest. lol