It’s the Bostik League…


From June 17th, the Isthmian Football League will be re-branded as The Bostik League in a two-year deal.
Bostik, a world leader in adhesives and sealants, has a long-standing relationship with grassroots football. This includes the sponsorship of The Northern Premier League and Southern Football League under its well-known EVO-STIK brand.

From June 17th, the Isthmian Football League will be re-branded as The Bostik League in a two-year deal.

Bostik, a world leader in adhesives and sealants, has a long-standing relationship with grassroots football. This includes the sponsorship of The Northern Premier League and Southern Football League under its well-known EVO-STIK brand.

Commenting on the deal, Dale Poulton, Commercial Director of Bostik UK said: “We’ve worked hard to get this deal in place. We have a proven relationship with this tier of football and believe it’s the ideal platform to generate awareness for our brands. By working closely with the league, we’re confident the new deal will help us achieve great things for the Bostik brand.”

The League’3 divisions will be known as the Bostik Premier, the Bostik North, and the Bostik South, and over the next few weeks clubs and fans will see the introduction of the company’s branding into grounds, shirts, websites and other collateral.

Nick Robinson, Chairman of the newly branded Bostik League, concludes: “The Isthmian Football League, now entering its 113th season, has 72 clubs that rely heavily on the financial support that sponsorship generates, and teaming up is certainly welcome news for everyone involved. We are delighted to be linked with such a well-known brand.”

Copy: Isthmian League Website. 

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