Northfield Junior Football Club was established in 1990 and currently have over 20 teams in local leagues, allowing more than 200 children access to grass roots football. The club promote affordable prices and rely solely on volunteers to ensure the sport is attainable for all children.
Sovini Waste Solutions are a North West waste management company who provide expert solutions for both domestic and trade waste across the Merseyside region. Their services span the full spectrum of waste management, including skip hire, waste disposal, waste management reports, drive-in waste tipping and site consultation.
Tony Beckett, Operations Manager at Sovini Waste Solutions is passionate about supporting local initiatives which fulfil the Group’s mission to create opportunities and change lives. He said: “We’re proud to sponsor Northfield Junior Football Club. We believe doing good is good business and focus on investing our profits back into the community. It’s great to see the positive impact this has, and we look forward to following their success.”
The sponsorship deal supports the company’s corporate social responsibility objectives, which encourage community collaboration and contribution to create a better future.
Northfield Junior Football Club rely on sponsorship and donations to run sustainably. Neil Faraday, Club Chairman is appreciative for the support: “Everything from the footballs, training kits and maintenance of our training grounds are only possible because of sponsors like Sovini Waste Solutions.
The sponsorship of our Under 8’s team has allowed us to purchase the necessary kit for the new season. Many people unfortunately don’t have the means to spend extra this year. We are thankful for being able to keep children from the local community doing the one thing they love – playing football.”
The local team compete in the highly competitive Bootle League at Netherton Activity Centre and are always on the lookout for new players and volunteers.
To enquire about joining Northfield JFC and to find out further details on volunteering and match fixtures visit their Facebook page.