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Coundon Court Ladies announce Jade Brand Agency as Creative Media Partner

Jade Brand Agency will be supporting Coundon Court Ladies Football Club with creative and brand advice to be utilised across their club marketing and communications channels including social media and their website. This is really important for the club as they continue to grow as a club and provide as many opportunities as possible for all abilities and ages to play football.

The first Coundon Court ladies teams were formed in 2006 and the female section of the club has rapidly grown since then, with the first team rising through the leagues to reach West Midlands Regional Women’s Premier League, where they currently compete. The female section now has three open age teams and nine junior teams, providing a pathway for local girls and women of all abilities to play football. To continue competing at a high level, marketing and media has become a crucial aspect of the club. 

Tash Miles, Media Manager and Club Captain said:

Having worked with Jade Brand Agency for many years in my day job in Marketing, I’m really excited to have been able to secure their services for my club. Outside of being a player, I’m really passionate about growing the club and moving us forward and I know Jade will be incredibly helpful for us to achieve that. As a non-profit club that relies on volunteers and sponsorship, we want to give a massive thank you to Matt and Jason for agreeing to help us. It really shows their commitment to supporting local causes in the city

Jason Dickens, Business Development Director said:

We are absolutely thrilled to become Creative Media Partner for Coundon Court Ladies Football Club.

Sport is very close to our hearts, and we are really proud to support grassroots football, especially in Coventry. Jade Brand Agency are big fans of women’s football, and Coundon Court are a great local club who offer boys and girls of all ages the chance to play, plus also provide disability football too, which was another great incentive for us to get involved.

As Coundon Court Football Club is a volunteer-based, not-for-profit organisation, we are delighted to offer our services to help promote the club, as the women’s game goes from strength-to-strength”The club will start to implement new designs once the 23/24 season begins in September.

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