Abel & Imray named as new grandstand sponsor for Bath City FC

By Nick Batten on 24 September, 2019

Patent and trademark attorney firm Abel & Imray has announced it will be supporting Bath City Football Club this season through sponsorship of the main stand at Twerton Park stadium.

Abel & Imray is a firm of intellectual property (patents, designs and trademarks) attorneys with offices in Bath, London, Cardiff and Spain. It assists UK, European and Global businesses with protecting some of their most important assets – their ideas, innovations and brands.

Caroline Brooks, Partner, Trademark Attorney and avid fan of ‘The Romans,’ said, “Abel & Imray is part of the fabric of Bath and supporting Bath City Football Club is one way that we seek to contribute to our community.”

“Many of our colleagues live in Bath and the surrounding area, and a growing number are Bath City supporters. Abel & Imray has been present in Bath since the mid-1980s, protecting the brands and ideas of local and global businesses. We wish the club the very best of success for this season and look forward to watching the games from the Abel & Imray Stand.”

Bob Chester, the football club’s Commercial Manager, added, “Bath City FC is delighted to extend our relationship with Abel & Imray with this exciting new agreement. The sponsorship of the main stand is a generous commitment to the club as it currently is, but also a stepping stone for the future redevelopment should we obtain planning permission and proceed. We’re grateful to Abel and Imray, and all our sponsors, as they work with us to support our community and plot the club’s continued growth.”

Bath City celebrated its annual Community Day recently when residents across the city were able to pay as little or as much as they wanted to watch the match versus Eastbourne Borough.

For further information please contact John Austin-Brooks 01225 469914 or by email at John.austin-brooks@abelimray.com

Pictured above: Caroline Brooks and Bob Chester with the new Abel & Imray stand branding prior to kick-off