Wiltshire Football Association (FA) is delighted to announce the return of the prestigious Premier Shield this season. Back for 2019/2020 this historic county cup competition is an elite tournament for the highest placed clubs in Wiltshire.
Wiltshire FA, CEO, Oliver Selfe said “It is great to have the Premier Shield back on the Wiltshire County FA Cups schedule; we are looking forward to an exciting competition and I am pleased to announce that we have secured sponsorship for this cup. I am delighted to welcome on board local design and project management agency, Ndoe Design Ltd, and I would like to thank them for their contribution, it is great support for football in Wiltshire.”
Ndoe Design Ltd are a local design & build company offering a turnkey package for commercial, domestic and retail projects. Their work includes concept design, planning & workplace consultancy, project management and build, fit-out and refurbishment. The team at Ndoe pride themselves on capturing their client’s imagination by offering creativity, efficiency and wellbeing which allows them to develop perfect spaces within a workplace or social meeting place.
Lisa Smith, Sales Director said “We are thrilled to be sponsoring the Premier Shield. Not only is it a great opportunity for our brand but we also know our investment will support grassroots football in Wiltshire.
We are a socially conscious company and we see this as a great opportunity to play a part in the positive impact football has in our communities. We have members of the team who are directly involved in the grassroots game so local football opportunities are something we care about.”
Wiltshire FA is a not-for-profit organisation which re-invests all funds back into grassroots football. Ndoe Design Ltd is sponsoring the Premier Shield in the Wiltshire County FA Cups competition which will run between September 2019 and April 2020.
Oliver Selfe comments, “We believe football has a unique way of reaching all of society; it is a game for all. It has a positive impact on people’s lives by creating opportunities to be healthy and active and by helping to boost self-esteem and confidence. As well as these health benefits it also offers people the opportunity to develop life skills such as teamwork, leadership and respect.
The sponsorship money we secure allows us to strengthen our impact in Wiltshire and develop more opportunities for people to get involved in football and experience these benefits.
We would like to thank Ndoe for joining us in our mission to unite the community to provide football for all.”
Confirmed to play in the Premier Shield competition is Swindon Supermarine FC, Melksham Town FC, Amesbury Town FC, Westbury United, Highworth Town FC, Bradford Town, Salisbury FC, Chippenham Town FC, Royal Wootton Bassett Town and including Wiltshire’s highest placed club, Swindon Town FC with the Quarter Finals due to take place in early December.
Wiltshire FA, Leagues and Competitions Officer, Jack Sullivan said, “The Premier Shield is a fantastic competition and it’s all to play for this year. Although Swindon Town FC is the most successful team in the competitions history, with 27 wins, the current holders of the Shield are Swindon Supermarine FC. We are looking forward to some gripping matches.”
For sponsorship opportunities and more information about the Wiltshire County FA Cups please visit www.wiltshirefa.com
About Wiltshire FA
Wiltshire County Football Association (Wiltshire FA) is a not-for-profit organisation, founded in 1884, which aims to unite the community to provide football For All.
Educate. Develop. Support. These principles have driven Wiltshire FA’s work since it was founded over 135 years ago.
Educate. We offer professional training to enhance the skills of the football workforce and develop the next generation of coaches, referees, medics and administrators.
Develop. We deliver services to inspire people to take part in football making sure there are opportunities For All.
Support. We offer administration and support to players, clubs and leagues to ensure our game is positive and inclusive.
With 1000 teams and in excess of 19,000 players of all ages and abilities playing in the county, Wiltshire FA is proud to support football For All.