Vice Chairman and Commercial Director Jacques Le Bars said:
'' The Club is really excited to announce this new partnership, and I’d like to thank Jezzards for showing their support to the club.
It is a fast expanding local business, and a near neighbour, so we are really pleased that they have joined us in our efforts to drive the football club forward.
The team at Jezzards love their football and understand the importance of a club like HRBFC in the local community, and we hope this is the start of a long relationship which will benefit us all. “
As part of the agreement the ground will be re-named the Jezzards Beveree Stadium for the forthcoming season.
Jezzards have issued the following statement:
‘’Jezzards Estate Agents is delighted to be named as the new official stadium sponsors of Hampton and Richmond Borough Football Club and are looking forward to an exciting season ahead at the newly named Jezzards Beveree Stadium.
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WOW!! They say a week in politics is a long time, but three months at a football club seems like an eternity. A lot has happened at H&RBFC since I last wrote a “Chaplain’s Corner” back in the middle of May. I do not intend to recount all that has taken place since we last had a competitive match at Beveree.
Like many clubs at this time of year we are looking at the start of a new era. So, I would like to take this opportunity to welcome Gary McCann and all his management team to our Hampton & Richmond Borough family and wish them every success for the future. As well as a new management team, we also have a new set of players, who we hope will soon settle in to their new surroundings.
All these new faces present a bit of a challenge to me, in my chaplaincy role, as I try to match the faces to the names. Gary has never had contact with a club chaplain before, so it’s been a bit of a learning curve for us both. He has been very gracious in allowing me to carry on as I did under...
The distance required to travel for Josh, combined with work commitments, had made life difficult in the early days of his tenure at Beveree – and the player and manager Gary McCann shook hands on the matter, agreeing to the end of Josh’s time with the club.
“It’s one of those things that happens in non-league football,” said Gary. “It’s a shame it couldn’t work out on this occasion, but we do wish Josh all the best moving forward.”
Moving forward, Gary will be looking to recruit a new defender – and as ever, news will follow on our official channels.