Saunders Transport Community Stadium
BR Saunders’ relationship within Farnborough Football Club makes them the perfect partner in what we are striving to achieve both on the pitch and off the pitch.
Chairman Simon Gardener said: “Personally, having known Duncan Saunders for several years, it was great to welcome him and his company into the club last year to sponsor the First Team shirt.
“After the success the club enjoyed over the past year, Duncan wanted to help the club continue to improve and grow and therefore decided to sponsor the Stadium. I can’t thank him enough for his ongoing support”
About BR Saunders Transport
BR Saunders is a family run business since 1952 with multiple operation activities within their area of expertise.
- Specialists transport operation involving state of the art self-loading and off-loading vehicles
- Open storage facilities available along with container self-storage services
- Mobile and in-house specialist qualified staff for repair and maintenance of HGV Vehicles and lorry loaders
Further details, please contact 01932 245161 (opt 1) or visit www.brsaunders.co.uk
Paul and Duncan Saunders commented: “BR Saunders are proud and privileged to announce the Stadium as the; Saunders Transport Community Stadium.
“This is in line with the massive strides that the club are working towards for the Farnborough Community. Commencing last season and going into this season with exciting future plans that are looking very positive for the local community.
“We introduce our first ever Farnborough FC Women’s teams (Yes 2 teams!) We offer Women’s recreation football. Farnborough Mini Kickers are there every Sunday. Our Farnborough Community Trust Projects are initiating. Along with other projects which are in the process of being released in the near future.
“Please everybody, be proud of your local Club! Bring friends, relatives, work colleagues to support your local Farnborough FC.”
“The future is yellow and blue!
“We look forward to meeting you all and working alongside you with the upcoming community projects.”