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NSBRC extend partnership with Town

Local self build visitor centre becomes official training wear sleeve partner

24 June 2022

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Swindon Town are delighted to announce the National Self Build & Renovation Centre are extending their commercial partnership with the club, becoming our official training wear sleeve partner for the 2022/23 season.

The NSBRC are a long-time supporter of the football club, and we thank them for their continued backing.

Their logo will appear on the sleeve of all first-team and backroom staff training wear.

Swindon’s self build visitor centre, which is unique in the UK, has flourished since turning employee-owned in 2014 and helps people improve their homes through its range of open days, workshops and educational courses. 

Harvey Fremlin, NSBRC Managing Director, said: “We recognise the huge amount of work that has gone into re-connecting Swindon Town Football Club with their fans, sponsors and the wider community.


“The level of engagement has been exceptional, and we thank Clem, Rob, Danny and all the team at STFC for making us feel valued and part of the club. It was a thrill to be a small part of an exciting season, which resulted in over-achievement both on and off the pitch, and we are very happy to remain partners for the next part of the journey in 2022/23.

“We have a good feeling about the new campaign ahead, and are as proud as ever to support our home team.”

Head of Commercial at the club, Danny Lee, commented: “This partnership extension is a key focus for us a club under the new ownership as we look to create long lasting relationships, and our partnership with NSBRC embodies that.

“This is our fifth successive season with the partnership and we are delighted to extend this further. Harvey, Jeremy, and the rest of the team at NSBRC are a pleasure to work with and their continued support is vital to the team’s success. “

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