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MSP Capital extends sponsorship of AFC Bournemouth

MSP Capital has announced it will continue to be principal and front-of-shirt sponsor for AFC Bournemouth men’s first-team home, away and third shirts, for a further two years.

The new shirts will have MSP’s logo on the front of all three designs, which will be available to pre-order soon in both adult and child sizes.

During the 2020/21 season, the partnership brought with it several collaborative opportunities to help the community, including giving away shirts and sports equipment to the local clubs during the pandemic.  

For the new season, the specialist lender and AFC Bournemouth are looking to continue to help the local area.

Adam Tovey, valuation director at MSP Capital, said: “We are excited to be continuing our partnership with AFC Bournemouth as their principal shirt partner. 

“They’ve been on such an incredible trajectory over the last decade and we’re proud to be part of that journey with them. 

“This partnership means more to us than just a shirt; as a company, MSP Capital believes in creating opportunities for our clients through finance, and this partnership allows us to create opportunities out in our community as well.  

“We’re able to work with AFC Bournemouth to improve the community where our team live and work, as well as reach further afield to do good.”  

Rob Mitchell, commercial director at AFC Bournemouth, added: “We are extremely proud to display MSP Capital on our shirts and delighted that we can continue to build on the success of last season’s partnership. 

“It’s important for the club to work with organisations like MSP Capital that share similar values and that are committed to supporting the local community as we do. 

“We look forward to delivering more campaigns to benefit our fans and the wider community, while also supporting MSP Capital to promote its company values and property finance solutions.”

Pictured above (L-R): Martin Higgins, managing director at MSP Capital; Rob Mitchell commercial director at AFC Bournemouth; and Adam Tovey, valuation director at MSP Capital

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