Junior Footballers score home town support from Redrow

Players from Harborough Town Rovers Under Sevens are sporting new kits after teaming up with homebuilder Redrow.

The team have been playing football together since August. The youngsters play non-competitive football in the Leicestershire and District Mutual League.

Rovers Under Sevens manager Chris Brylka said:

“Having the sponsorship from Redrow means that all of the players wear a matching kit to matches, which helps the club to build up an ethos of inclusion because everyone is dressed the same. It also helps the children with their self-confidence because they feel part of a team and look professional. They are very proud of their new kit.”

The team’s home games are played at Harborough Town Football Club, just over a mile away from Redrow’s Rockingham View development.

Tonia Tyler, sales director for Redrow Homes (South Midlands), said:

“We’re pleased to be able to offer home town support to Harborough Town Rovers Under Sevens. We hope they enjoy wearing their new kit and that they have a successful season.”

The homes at Rockingham View are in a league of their own, thanks to a winning combination of Arts & Crafts inspired architecture and high specification modern interiors.