Swans get kitted out for new football season

With the Swans in action tonight against Wareham Rangers in the Haxell Cup, Swanage Town and Herston Football Club is extremely pleased to announce its kit sponsors for the 2020-21 season.

At one point in the summer, it was very uncertain when non professional team sports would be able to restart but now, in line with government guidance, training is well underway and matches can take place, although currently without spectators.

The Dorset Premier League says it’s planning to kick off its new season at 3 pm on Saturday 5th September 2020.

Swans football shirt with the Office Cafe sponsorship logos
Swanage Town and Herston FC

“Really grateful for their generosity”

Gerald Dimarco from the football club said:

“The Swans are delighted to announce the first team shirt sponsors for the 2020-21 season will be The Office Cafe. We’re really grateful for their generosity for the second season running.

“We’re also pleased to say that the sponsors of the track suits and training tops for the first and reserve teams will be JSR Tree Care and Garden Maintenance. The football club would like to thank Jamie Rudge for his generous sponsorship.”

Swans get sponsorship from JSR tree care
Swanage Town and Herston FC

Pictured from left: Roy Lock, reserve team manager, Jamie Rudge from JSR Tree Care and Tony Parrott, first team manager

Local derby for Swans

This evening, Wednesday 19th August 2020, the Swans make the short trip to the Purbeck Sports Centre to take on local rivals, Wareham Rangers in the Haxell Cup, which kicks off at 6.30 pm, weather permitting.

Wareham Rangers are current holders of the Haxell Cup, defeating the Swans 4-2 last season.

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