Utilita, the Official Title Partner of the Kids and Girls Cup competitions, marked the launch of their partnership with the EFL in West London last week. Our Jersey Road Training Ground played host to a tournament to kick-off the new partnership with Utilita, who are also a Brentford FC partner. Schoolchildren from Rabbsfarm, Marlborough and St Anselm’s Primary Schools took part in a six-aside tournament to mark the start of the partnership and celebrate the Kids and Girls Cup competitions.
The event was supported by Brentford FC and the Brentford FC Community Sport Trust, who hosted the tournament. Wycombe Wanderers’ Adebayo Akinfenwa, Brentford FC players Josh Clarke and Joe Hardy and Brentford FC Women’s stars Charlotte Tanner and Nicole Goolab were on hand to coach the teams, acting as mentors for the round robin tournament while other players – including Rico Henry and Saïd Benrahma – also stopped by.
Utilita are one of the UK’s fastest-growing energy suppliers and a leader in the smart meter revolution – installing Britain’s first ever smart meter way back in 2008. Brentford are one of 14 EFL Clubs currently partnered with Utilita. The firm are Brentford’s Official Energy Partner and also the shirt sponsor of Brentford Women’s FC First Team and Development Team.
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