Cambridge United are delighted to announce California based founder and leader of RISC-V computing, SiFive, as the First Team Training Wear sponsor for the 2022/23 and 2023/24 season...
The Silicon Valley based tech-firm which is valued at over $2.5bn, who have chosen Cambridge as their location for a new UK office, have agreed a two-year partnership with the Football Club.
The partnership with Cambridge United is part of a wider strategy to establish roots within the city, engage with the local community and recruit the best local talent, particularly CPU experts.
The deal will see the SiFive logo on all First Team Training Wear and First Team/Management Matchday Ranges for the 2022/23 and 2023/24 seasons.
Neil Rowe, Cambridge United Head of Commercial said, "I am delighted to announce this exciting new partnership with SiFive. This landmark partnership is another statement of progress at the club, both on and off the pitch.
"The partnership is a testament to the reputation the club has built over the past decade as a platform to help businesses engage with the local community. We look forward to helping the US based firm build a brand in our incredible City."
"SiFive is excited to partner with Cambridge United as we rapidly grow our local presence," Jack Kang, Senior Vice President of SiFive added. "Cambridge is a tight-knit community with a long history of innovation and making a positive difference in the world that is very much aligned with SiFive’s vision and CUFC is an ideal way for us to support and meet the community both on and off the pitch."
SiFive is a fast growing global Semiconductor leader with a vision to change the way the chips that power our daily devices, from cell phones, to computers and cars, are made.
The SiFive Founders invented RISC-V, an open standard ecosystem, today taught in the world’s most prestigious universities and used by the top semiconductor companies around the world. SiFive products are a kind of electronic blueprint which allow SiFive customers to make high performance, low power products more quickly and economically.