Reds Go Further with Laduma

AFC Liverpool is proud to announce a sponsorship agreement with award-winning Virtual Reality Content company Laduma.

The international company has offices based in the USA, South Africa and the UK and specialises in high quality Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality content, creating incredible 360°, 3D and 2D video experiences.

The Laduma logo, along with the company messsage ‘Get Closer – Go Further’ will appear on the back of the first team shirts underneath the squad numbers, and will be unveiled at Saturday’s match with AFC Darwen.

AFC Liverpool YouTube Channel match highlights will also be presented in association with Laduma.

Wayne Scholes, Chairman of Laduma, said: “When Laduma was given the opportunity to sponsor AFC Liverpool, it was a very straightforward decision. We are extremely happy to help a club that has football at its very core.

AFC Liverpool was created by fans, for fans. That is a philosophy sorely missing in today’s business-led football industry, which seems to have forgotten why supporters are the most crucial element of any club.

Laduma is proud to support AFC Liverpool and help develop the next generation of footballers across Merseyside. Together, we can raise awareness of why fan involvement in running football clubs is so important.

I am looking forward to supporting AFC Liverpool this season, as the players look to make their mark in the North West Counties League and the Liverpool County Premier League. Celebrating with the fans is something I am very much looking forward to!”

AFC Liverpool Chairman Chris Stirrup said: “We are extremely grateful to Wayne and Laduma for their support. We are pleased that an international brand has chosen to align themselves with our club to promote the power of fan ownership in football. We look forward to working with them to promote this shared philosophy.”


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