The Sea Girls will sponsor local soccer teams and sell recycled jerseys for charity
The Sea Girls are willing to sponsor local Sunday league soccer teams and share recycled jerseys for charity as part of a new plan.
The indie band have teamed up with Classic Football Shirts to headline their upcoming ‘Hometown’ UK tour, sponsoring local teams in each of the cities they play in, nominated by their fans .
All selected teams will receive a full Umbro kit sponsored by Sea Girls. Sea Girls frontman Henry Camamile said: “[El nuevo álbum] ‘Homesick’ was written to represent hometowns around the world, so it’s really important to be able to give something back to our fans in this way. By supporting local soccer fan teams with free recycled kit, we hope to give something back to their communities and help raise awareness among these teams.”
Classic Football Shirts added: We are delighted to help Sea Girls give back to their fans and local communities through football. There is already a long list of artists and bands who sponsor their favorite football teams, but this idea of sponsoring local clubs on the ground along the band’s tour route shows just how much they care fans and gives everyone a chance to participate.
“Muswell Hill’s AFC Home Kit has come out fantastic and we’re already excited to see how all these teams fare in the shirts this season.”
Also available here are pre-payments for a special recycled T-shirt sponsored by Sea Girls for general purchase, with the proceeds going to the Football Beyond Boarders (FBB) charity.
Check out the upcoming Sea Girls UK 2022 tour dates (with special guest Lauran Hibberd) below, and buy tickets here.
The band’s new album, “Homesick”, came out earlier this year. In a three-star review, NME wrote: “There’s no doubt that Sea Girls are a band who want to dream big – they’ll be headlining London’s Alexandra Palace to 10,000 people later this year. The problem is there’s that great ambition. set aside on this album, which is too often they’re happy to take the easy way out”.
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