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Fosters extends community partnership with Trawlerboys

Fosters Solicitors and Lowestoft Town Football Club are delighted to announce the extension of their long-standing community partnership, which will also see the club’s home ground named the Fosters Solicitors Community Stadium.

Fosters, which has a branch on Regent Road in the town, has now partnered with the Blues for over a decade, making it one of the club’s longest-running commercial relationships.

This season, the Fosters Solicitors Community Stadium will host both Lowestoft Town and Gorleston FC home fixtures, after the east coast neighbours agreed a ground share agreement following news that Gorleston’s new ground would not be finished in time for the new season.

Commenting on the news, Chairman of Lowestoft Town Gary Keyzor, said: “We would like to thank everyone at Fosters Solicitors for their continued support of our club. They have been involved with us for 10 years now and such commercial partnerships are invaluable in helping us to run and sustain our football club.

“As a key member of our local community they make a great partner, and we look forward to working together on some exciting community and matchday activities during the season ahead.”
Practice Director and Partner at Fosters Solicitors, Andrea Spooner added: “We are delighted to be able to continue our community partnership with Lowestoft Town and are proud to have been a supporter for such a long period of time.

“The building of relationships is key to our core values at Fosters and being part of the Lowestoft community is an important part of this too. We have been present in the town for 15 years now, moving to new premises on Regent Road just ahead of the pandemic. We are therefore really looking forward to getting involved again this season, supporting the club at games, and with some key community projects.”

This article was produced on the 5th August 2022 for information purposes only and should not be construed or relied upon as specific legal advice.