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TalkTalk, Salford CityTalkTalk have extended their agreement with Salford City to become the club’s front of shirt sponsor!

The telecommunications giant signed a deal last season, but during the summer have increased that to include the front of shirt sponsorship for the men’s team and Lionesses.

As part of the sponsorship, which runs until the end of the 2023-24 season, TalkTalk will have increased visibility around The Peninsula Stadium and the media hub, in the programme and on social media.

Salford City Chairman, Karen Baird, said:

“TalkTalk are one of the UK’s leading telecommunications companies so we are delighted that they have decided to expand their involvement with the Club by becoming front of shirt sponsor for the men’s team and the Lionesses.

“We welcomed TalkTalk to the Club ahead of their move to Salford Quays last year, and after an enjoyable first season we are looking forward to working with them for longer across more areas of the Club.”

Head of Brand at TalkTalk, Ben Cooper, added:

“We are extremely excited to be extending out contract to become the official sponsor of all of Salford City Football Club’s senior teams, including the Salford City Lionesses.

“There is a lot of synergy between TalkTalk and Salford City FC and Lionesses, not least because of our shared challenger spirit.

“Extending our partnership with the Club allows us to continue demonstrating our support for the local community which we are proud to be a part of.”

Last year’s sponsorship included the use of a rainbow version of TalkTalk’s logo on our white away kit to show both our and TalkTalk’s support for the LGBTQ+ community, and that commitment to inclusion and diversity is further extended by our donation of the back of shirt sponsorship to Kick It Out.

new sponsor, new colours

Ash Eastham, Bel Ainscough, Salford City, The Peninsula StadiumThe new sponsor comes at the same time we are delighted to reveal our third strip for the 2020-21 season, which has taken on a new colour.

Produced by Kappa, we will be sporting a mainly black strip for the first time on some occasions on the road. Black kits aren’t allowed in non-league, but in our second season as a member of the EFL the blue has been sidelined.

Further information about sale dates will be announced when confirmed.