Home Bargains to be Tranmere Rovers Shirt Sponsor from Next Season

April 16, 2013

Playoff chasing English League One side, link Tranmere Rovers have announced that Home Bargains will be its new Shirt Sponsor from 2013-14. 

The Liverpool-based firm, there has signed a three year deal which is worth a substantial six-figure sum to the Club. 

The Home Bargains logo will be worn on all team home and away kit, help training kit and replica kit.

Chairman Peter Johnson said: “This is a fantastic deal for the Club and we are thrilled to join forces with such a well-run, successful family company. 

“It is a real coup for the Club to have a national company as well-known as Home Bargains as its new shirt sponsor, particularly in these difficult economic times. 

“Football and retail work well together and there are many similarities between Home Bargains and Tranmere Rovers. 

“We are both companies who take great pride in supporting our local community and who believe in providing value for money for our customers. This deal gives us the opportunity to work together on community projects in Wirral and beyond. 

“We will be proud to wear the Home Bargains logo on our shirts and look forward to a long successful relationship together.” 

Home Bargains replaces Wirral Council who are the longest shirt sponsor in English football and have supported the Club since 1989-90. 

Home Bargains has over 300 stores across the UK and twenty stores in the local area, including Prenton, Birkenhead, New Brighton and Liscard. The company also has an e-commerce website, www.homebargains.co.uk, enabling customers to buy items online. 

Joe Morris, Operations Director of Home Bargains, added: “We’re delighted to be in a position to be able to get behind Tranmere Rovers and its supporters. Home Bargains has over twenty stores located close to the club, so we know a lot of our customers are avid fans.” 

Morris continues: “The team’s had a really good season and we look forward to supporting them as they continue to go from strength to strength and push to finish as high in League 1 as possible.”