New look AFC squad get dressed for success
AFC Macclesfield have been kitted out for success after The Pack Horse Inn at Broken Cross and Chrome Motors of Beech Lane Macclesfield sponsored new team strips for the Cheshire League team.
After successfully winning the East Cheshire League in season 2012/13 and the Altrincham and District League in season 2103/14, the club now plays in the prestigious Cheshire League alongside larger and well-funded clubs such as Altrincham, Warrington Town and Cheadle Town.
The FA Charter Standard club are currently the highest ranked amateur football team in Macclesfield and is comprised entirely of players from the Macclesfield area and is working hard to bolster sporting pride to the town.
Membership of the The Cheshire Football League requires a high standard of ground facility but, due to the unfortunate lack of suitable facilities in the Macclesfield area, and at the expense, the club are forced to play their home games at Stockport Sports Village.
It’s a great facility, but the club are hoping to develop their own facility in the Macclesfield area and bring back Cheshire League football to the town.
A spokesman said: “For a volunteer and community run club, day to day running of the club and developing your own facility is no small task and would simply be impossible without the generous support of sponsors. In addition to The Pack Horse and Chrome Motors, the club have been fortunate to secure the services of Campey Turfcare who have kindly offered to support the club in developing a new ground.
“A special thanks to Neil Stevenson at The Pack Horse and Danny Towns at CHROME MOTORS for their very generous kit sponsorship and support for season 2015/16.
“AFC Macclesfield are asking for further help from local businesses, whether that be financial sponsorship or support as partners.
“Volunteers are the lifeblood of any club and that’s no different with AFC Macclesfield who would be very pleased to hear from anyone interested in getting involved with the club, in any way, however small.
“If you are able to help us in any way and put Macclesfield back on the amateur footballing map or you just want to find out more about the club and what AFC Macclesfield can do to help you or your company, please get in touch!”
Bob Haslam, the club secretary, can be contacted via email bob. firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile 07962488316. Please visit our website www.afcmacclesfield. co.uk
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