On Saturday 10 February, Burghfield U12s were invited by Reading Football Club to provide half-time entertainment at the Madejski stadium in the form of a penalty shootout. As Burghfield U12s sponsors, Porsche Centre Reading was very proud to be represented by the boys, with our Centre details featured on the team’s kits .
Simon Timperley, Head of Age Group at Burghfield Football Club said “A big thank you to everyone at Porsche Centre Reading for your continued support. We are all very grateful for the kit sponsorship; it's a big hit with the boys.”
Sean Wilson, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre Reading, added: “We are always on the lookout for ways for the Centre to give back to the local community, so it is our pleasure to sponsor the Burghfield U12s football team. It was great to see them take centre stage on match day at the Madejski stadium in front of a huge crowd. We wish them the very best in the run up to the end of the season.”
To find out more about the Burghfield U12s football team and their progress throughout the season, visit the club website.
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