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A new three-year Carrick Rangers sponsorship deal sees a change in the stadium’s name

by | Nov 3, 2021

Carrick Rangers Football Club has renewed a sponsorship agreement with the Loughview Leisure Group which sees a change in the ground’s name.

Antrim based Loughview Leisure Group has signed a new three-year deal with the East Antrim club that will provide them with a platform to promote all of the hotels and businesses across their Group.  The ground will be known as the Loughview Leisure Arena, and visitors to both the stadium and 3G facility will see new enhanced signage that reflects this change.

Stephen Perry, Sales and Marketing Manager at Loughview Leisure Group said:

“Following a successful sponsorship of Carrick Rangers that started in 2018, our relationship with the Club has gone from strength to strength. Supporting our local community is an important aspect of our business, and given the fact many of our staff are fans, the partnership with Carrick Rangers is the perfect fit. We look forward to the next three years as one of the Club’s main sponsors.”

Carrick Rangers FC Chairman Peter Clarke said:

“Loughview Leisure Group has been a supporter of the Club over many years and we are delighted that they have decided to renew their existing commitment to Carrick Rangers. We are very much a Club at the heart of the local community and we have been working hard over recent years to enhance and improve our facilities. We look forward to welcoming all our supporters; Academy youth players and coaches, friends and visitors to the Arena in the coming months and years.”

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