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Fosters Solicitors announce partnership with Norwich City Fans Social Club

Fosters Solicitors are delighted to announce a new partnership with NCFSC, the independent social club for all fans of Norwich City.

The social club was launched in July 2015 with the objective of bringing fans of all ages closer to the football club via a range of events and forums. Managed by an amazing group of volunteers and life long Norwich City Fans, the team also raise money at their events for their chosen charity – The Community Sports Foundation.

Andrea Spooner, Practice Director of Fosters Solicitors said: “We are delighted to be supporting the Norwich City Fans Social Club as Principal Sponsor. As an official partner of NCFC for so many years and with so many of our employees such fans of the club since a young age, it was a fantastic opportunity for us to help the incredible group of volunteers achieve their goals.

We are proud that whilst we can help them increase the awareness of the social club and the amazing events available to all fans of NCFC, we can also do our utmost to raise vital funds for The Community Sports Foundation.”

Diane Blazier from Norwich City Fans Social Club said ” We are really pleased that Fosters Solicitors, one of East Anglia’s leading law firms have agreed to be our principal sponsors. With them being long term partners of our football club and the majority of their staff Norwich City fans, they are a perfect fit for us. This sponsorship will enable us to broaden our horizons and experiment with new events to appeal to even more fans.”

The next event available for all fans to attend is a Media Night on Thursday 16th November and is open for everyone to attend.

You can find out more about this event & NCFSC by visiting their website: http://www.ncfsc.co.uk, Twitter: @NorwichCityFSC, Facebook :Norwich City Fans Social Club.

This article was produced on the 17th October 2017 by our Communications team for information purposes only and should not be construed or relied upon as specific legal advice.