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23 May 2018

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Cambridge United are thrilled to announce that Barons Cambridge BMW have extended their partnership with the Club to continue as exclusive sponsors of our Community Football Programme.

Barons Cambridge BMW will continue their sponsorship of the Soccer Schools, as well as the Soccer Tots programme which provides children aged 2 -5 years old the chance to take their first steps in football.

Since Barons Cambridge BMW first became Club partners in 2015 more than 8,500 children have participated in our Community Football Programme, playing across 16 venues in and around Cambridge.

Barons Cambridge BMW, who are based in Cambourne, have a superb selection of approved, used BMWs to choose from and are experts in BMW servicing and making sure your BMW gives you many years of high performance and reliable motoring.

Nick Fairbairn (Head of Partnerships) & Kevin Appleton (Head of Business, Barons Cambridge BMW)

Head of Business at Barons Cambridge BMW, Kevin Appleton commented:  "Barons Cambridge are delighted to continue our sponsorship and support of Cambridge United. It is a privilege for us to be involved with such an innovative project that puts the development of our future generations at the forefront of our minds while working within our own company values.

"Helping to aid our young people with the inspiration and vision to maximise their potential is fantastic and being able to support that in our own community is really important to us. We thank Nick (Fairbairn) and the team for letting us be involved and look forward to our continued relationship".        

Cambridge United's Head of Partnerships Nick Fairbairn added: "We are absolutely delighted to extend our partnership with Barons Cambridge BMW. Like us at Cambridge United, they are passionate about driving youth development and have demonstrated this with their fantastic support over the past three years. We're very much looking forward to working with Kevin and his team in the 2018/19 season and beyond"

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