LDJ Solicitors

Welcome to The LDJ Solicitors Stadium!

Right to Left: Alan Edgington (Partner at LDJ), Tommy Wright (NTFC Manager) and Craig Everitt (Practice Manager at LDJ)

The BORO have secured a stadium naming rights deal with local solicitors, LDJ Solicitors that will run throughout the 2017/18 season.

It means that Liberty Way will become known as the LDJ Solicitors Stadium for the duration of the campaign ahead.

“We are delighted to have reached this agreement with a local organisation that has given such tremendous support to the club over the years,” said Nuneaton Town Chairman, Lee Thorn. “We’re all excited about the season ahead and it’s a real boost to be able to develop our relationship with LDJ Solicitors in this way.

“I would like to thank them for their valued support, which is the lifeblood of the club.”

Alan Edgington, Partner at LDJ Solicitors, added: “We are extremely proud to be the official stadium sponsors for the forthcoming season, a campaign which promises so much. 

“LDJ have been supporting the club, on and off-the-field, for many years and we have made several attempts to secure the stadium naming rights in the past, via the golden ticket draws, but disappointingly our attempts were unsuccessful. However, this season we have been fortunate enough to secure the rights, which will take our relationship with the club to the next level by having our name above the stadium and firmly associated with this much-admired and progressive local football club.

“As an established local business, this deal has given us the opportunity to demonstrate our commitment to the club and the town.

“We are really looking forward to the new season and we hope that Boro will win many games here at the LDJ Solicitors Stadium!”

In handing over to LDJ, we would like to thank Coombe Abbey for sponsoring the stadium during the course of last season.

 



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