Saturday, 30 March 2013

Vintage Clarets Seeking Glory in Germany

The Vintage Clarets will be taking on veterans from a multitude of European nations at the forthcoming 36th Annual Football Tournament to be held over the weekend of 17 to 20 May at Hammer Spielvereinigung 03/04 in Hamm, Germany.

The Turf Moor past masters are all ex-pros who play throughout the year to raise funds for the Burnley Former Players Association.

At least 14 former Clarets have confirmed so far and include legends such as John Francis, Roger Eli, Liam Robinson, Peter Mumby, Gerry Harrison, Graham Lancashire, Junior Bent, Paul Atkinson and George Oghani.

Captain of the team, John Deary, said: “We love wearing the badge and representing Burnley FC with pride in Germany.”

They are looking to go one better than last year when they lost to a German team in the semi-final who went on to be crowned champions

He added: “We got a great reception from all last year and they were desperate for us to come again this year.”

The team have an official reporter and photographer for the competition who will be keeping a video diary together with constant Twitter and Facebook updates.

The team also have several sponsorship packages available.

Individual sponsorship is £50 with the player’s training shirts carrying the advertiser’s logo.

The Bronze Standard costs £150 with the Silver Standard priced at £250.

The Gold Standard package is £500 and includes a former player of their choice who will record a personal advertisement for their company as well as their logo being used on all training shirts, mentions on social media and a signed ball and shirt with certificate of authenticity.

They also plan on holding a sponsors night in Burnley when they return triumphant with the trophy.

The players would also like to thank Premier Range, CWR Scaffolds, Kwintet and BFPA for their continued support.

Further details regarding the available sponsorship packages are available via Veronica Simpson 0797431099 or John Deary on twitter @loafydeary

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