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Stratford Town's stadium to be renamed as sponsorship deal comes to an end





MoodChimp founder Hayden Garrison at the MoodChimp Stadium last summer. Photo: Mark Williamson
MoodChimp founder Hayden Garrison at the MoodChimp Stadium last summer. Photo: Mark Williamson

STRATFORD Town are to rename their ground after a partnership with MoodChimp expires this week.

The social media dating firm stepped in as stadium sponsors last summer following the exit of DCS Group, who withdrew their long-term support due to the company’s relocation to Banbury.

A MoodChimp statement said: "The MoodChimp team were delighted to have been in a position to sponsor and support our local football club.

“It was an honour for us and we would like to thank everyone at the club for the good spirit and support that we received during the last 12 months.”

The final game at ‘The MoodChimp’ takes place on Wednesday against Walsall, while the ground’s first game with its new sponsor – to be announced next week – takes place against Premier League side Leicester City on Thursday, 2 August.



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