2020/21 Away Kit Sponsored By Utility Team Is Here
Blackpool Football Club is delighted to announce that Utility Team will continue as away shirt sponsor for the 2021/22 Sky Bet Championship season.
A leading UK net zero energy consultant, Utility Team is responsible for more than £1billion of annual energy spend each year, providing a range of value-added services that save businesses time and money.
Earlier this year, Utility Team also pledged to be Net Zero by 2025, becoming carbon neutral, before removing its historic carbon footprint by 2028.
As part of the Blackpool shirt sponsorship agreement, Utility Team is actively helping the Seasiders save money on energy and reduce their carbon emissions through the identification of energy efficiency opportunities.
The new away kit, featuring the prominent Utility Team branding across the chest, is now available to pre-order here.
Designed by PUMA, the shirt features a tonal crest, tangerine crew neck and a bolt graphic design, similar to the home strip.
Chief Executive Ben Mansford said:
“We are delighted to extend our relationship with Utility Team for the forthcoming Championship season. This partnership continues to bring a host of benefits for both parties, with Utility Team helping us to make significant progress off the pitch by providing excellent advice and support on various energy-saving projects.
“They have been a pleasure to work with from day one, and I would personally like to thank Delvin Lane and Scott Birley for their ongoing commitment and support.”
Delvin Lane, CEO at Utility Team, added:
“We are proud to continue our partnership with Blackpool FC as they return to the Championship after such a thrilling season last year in League One. We are looking forward to developing on the work we have done with the Club to identify and implement energy efficiency solutions and help them take their next step on the journey to becoming net zero.”
“It is a really exciting time to be part of the Club, especially with everything that they are doing both on and off the pitch.”