Sandicliffe Ford Transit Centre Becomes Official Vehicle Partner of Leicester City Football Club

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Sandicliffe Ford Transit Centre Becomes Official Vehicle Partner of Leicester City Football Club

Sandicliffe Ford Transit Centre Becomes Official Vehicle Partner of Leicester City Football Club

Sandicliffe Ford Transit Centre are proud to announce their partnership with Leicester City Football Club as Commercial Vehicle supplier for the 2018/19 season.

The deal will see Sandicliffe Ford provide vehicles to LCFC’s Grounds Team, Supporter Engagement Department and the LCFC Community Trust.

Leicester City Football Club was founded in 1884 as Leicester Fosse FC going on to become FA cup finalists four times and Premier League Champions in 2016!

Sandicliffe Ford Transit Centre is delighted to announce a new deal with Leicester City Football Club, which will see each department benefit from a Ford commercial vehicle to suit their needs. As the Club’s Official Commercial Vehicle Supplier, Sandicliffe Ford’s support will help enable these departments to deliver world-class pitches, continue effective engagement with an ever-growing supporter base and promote inclusion and sports participation throughout Leicestershire.

Jonathan Gregory, Leicester City’s Commercial Director said: “We are delighted to welcome Sandicliffe Ford Transit Centre to Leicester City as an Official Partner. This deal demonstrates our commitment to working with local leading companies and we look forward to enhancing Sandicliffe’s reputation as one of the most trusted businesses in the region.”

Nick Osborne, Group Commercial Manager at Sandicliffe Ford, said: “We are delighted to partner with Leicester City, a Club that shares our passion for providing the very best experience for our audience. We are proud to provide key departments across the Club with high-quality vehicles that will enable them to continue their great work.”

At the end of the 2017/18 season, LCFC finished ninth in the Premier League in their fourth consecutive season in English football's top league. The following summer, 10 City players went to the FIFA World Cup, where Harry Maguire became the Club's first English player to appear since Gordon Banks in 1966. Wilfred Ndidi, Kelechi Iheanacho and Ahmed Musa started for Nigeria, it was the first time that more than one LCFC player had started for one team at a World Cup.

Sandicliffe Ford Transit Centre Leicester are pleased to be supporting both the team to victory and to be supplying Ford Commercial Vehicles to Leicester City Football Club’s wider operations.