Huddersfield Town sign up with Core Facility Services for multiple ambitious initiatives

Core Facility Services has been named Huddersfield Town A.F.C.'s club partner for the 2023/24 season.

The English Football League (EFL) unit, Huddersfield Town A.F.C. have inked a sponsorship collaboration with the leading national facilities service provider specializing in energy, waste, IT, and estate services, Core Facility Services.

In a new corporate partnership, the brand has been named the club partner for the 2023/24 season.

For nearly 20 years, Core Facility Services has assisted companies in the area with lowering expenses and increasing energy, waste, and IT efficiency.

Along with assisting businesses in keeping operating costs as low as possible, Core also works closely with a number of charities, such as Overgate Hospice, Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice, and Happy Days, to reduce their overhead costs and maximize the amount of money that is allocated to providing front-line services.

Core Facility Services, MD, Colette Watts, said, “Our business has always been at the heart of our local community which is why we’re thrilled to be joining other like-minded businesses who have pledged their support to HTAFC through corporate partnership. Many fans will already be familiar with the Core brand from our longstanding sponsorship of the stadium’s Core Stand, as well as our presence in Huddersfield and Halifax for almost two decades. We are looking forward to cheering the team on through the coming season and forging new relationships with our fellow supporters.”

Huddersfield Town Commercial Director Ian Birtley, said, “I am delighted to welcome Core Facility Services as a Club Partner for the 2023/24 season, and I look forward to strengthening our relationship with the firm over the months ahead.”

Independence House in Huddersfield and Orchard House in Elland are home to Core Facility Services. Core transforms performance, productivity, and efficiency by managing, delivering, and maintaining all the critical services the business requires from a single point of contact.

Services include the management of garbage and recycling, including hygienic and medical waste, and IT infrastructure, management, and sustainability.

The team is struggling on the field, as they have only managed to earn four points in five games, owing to one win and one draw. The team’s next encounter is against Rotherham on September 16.

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