No5 Chambers scores Blues deal
No5 Chambers are hoping to help Birmingham City Football Club rekindle their Premier League dream, after becoming an official Diamond partner of the club.
The Blues are aiming to build on the feel-good factor generated by Gary Rowett’s appointment as manager in October last year, and are striving to return to the top flight of English football after a four year absence.
No5 Chambers has agreed a new sponsorship deal with the Championship club and will have its name emblazoned across the back of the Blues’ away shirts throughout the 2015/16 season, while the home kits will sport the branding of Novate Direct Legal Solutions, No5’s sister public access company.
The deal was launched at a reception at No5’s head office in Birmingham attended by club manager Gary Rowett, first team players and senior directors.
Tony McDaid, Practice Director at No5, said: “We are delighted to be getting involved with English football through our new partnership deal with Birmingham City.
“We attended the club’s golf event in Benidorm earlier this year and the relationship proved a really good fit. Many of our barristers are Blues fans, so the excitement is certainly building for the season kick-off on August 8 when Birmingham take on Reading at home.”
A delighted Ian Dutton, Birmingham City’s head of commercial, said: “This is fantastic news for the club and its supporters. No5 is a high profile, local and national name and we’re thrilled to be associated with such a successful company.”
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Award winning No5 is the UK’s premier set of barristers’ chambers with offices in Birmingham, London, Bristol and East Midlands and boasts more than 240 barristers and 28 silks.
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