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Bristol City Women reveal Yeo Valley as new front of shirt sponsor

Bristol City Women FC is pleased to reveal that Yeo Valley, the largest organic dairy company in Britain, is its new front of shirt sponsor.

The family-owned organisation has experienced phenomenal growth to become the largest family owned British dairy company - employing over 1,700 people in the south-west to produce over 2,000 tonnes of organic dairy produce per week.

Bristol City chief operating officer Mark Ashton said: “We are delighted that Bristol City Women will be teaming up with Yeo Valley in this exciting new partnership. 

“It is fantastic to see a company of their stature wanting to be involved with the women’s team and supporting the development of the game in England. 

“Everyone at Bristol City FC is very supportive of this deal and wishes Bristol City Women the best of luck as they embark on a new season.

Adrian Carne, executive chairman of Yeo Valley, said: “We’re extremely proud to be getting behind our local team, Bristol City Women this season and we are equally very excited about our new partnership with Bristol Sport.”

“We are looking forward to reaching a new audience with our brand and to promoting the importance of dairy health to girls and women. We think that living an active lifestyle and taking part in sport is important and we hope that through this new association we can use our brand effectively to make a difference.

“This is an exciting time for women’s football, it is gaining momentum as a national sport and in the run up to the World Cup next year Yeo Valley is thrilled to be supporting Bristol City Women.”      

Bristol Sport’s group head of commercial, Caroline Herbert, said: “I am delighted to welcome one of the UK’s biggest brands into the Bristol Sport family, particularly with both organisations having so much in common. We are both family owned, local businesses committed to improving the lives of the local community. 

“Yeo Valley will have a positive and lasting impact on both, Bristol City Women and women’s football in England, helping us to reach new demographics and drive increased awareness of the women’s game.”  


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