The Hibernian Matchday Programme will sponsor Team United as neurodiverse football continues to expand across Scotland.
Thanks to The Hibernian’s sponsorship, we will be able to provide matchday kits to players at Team United.
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Eddie Henry, The Hibernian commented:
”We are proud to be able to support Team United and look forward to following them and their progress.”
Following the Foundation’s merge with Team United earlier this year, we have been working hard to improve and develop neurodiverse football across the country. Team United use the power of football as a learning platform to break down social barriers that young people with Neurodivergent conditions face when participating in football and team environments. We work with young people to help them achieve all they want to in a supportive and inspiring environment, developing them as individuals and as players.
Ann Brown, Head of Para Football at Hibernian Community Foundation commented:
“We are really pleased about the support given by The Hibernian. This support helps young people with autism to be given an identify, to feel a sense of belonging to the team and importantly part of the wider Hibernian community.”
John Humphries, Head of Fundraising & Events added:
“We are honoured to announce a partnership with The Hibernian Matchday Programme, this time as principal sponsors of Team United. The Hibernian continually provide us with support across a range of our projects, and we hope that this is just the beginning for a long-standing partnership between Team United and The Hibernian.”