Hartlepool United today announced new shirt sponsors with Seneca Homes adorning the front of the new home kit.
It ends the era of shirt sponsors linked to previous owners, Increased Oil Recovery.
We’re absolutely delighted to begin this partnership with Hartlepool UnitedBARRY MILLER, Seneca Homes
Previous shirt sponsors included DNO (The Norwegian Oil Company) and Dove Energy.
But today Seneca Homes technical director, Steve Lumsdon, was at Victoria Park to see the company name on the blue Nike jersey with white diagonal sash.
He was pictured alongside Pools stars and models-for-the-day Jake Carroll and Scott Fenwick.
“We’re absolutely delighted to begin this partnership with Hartlepool United,” said Barry Miller, managing director of Seneca Homes.
“We’re extremely proud that Hartlepool United’s players will be carrying the name of Seneca Homes during 2015/16 and look forward to a long and prosperous relationship with the club.
“It’s an exciting time to be linking up with the Football Club on the back of the drama of last season and the positive feeling around the town building up to the new campaign.”
Camerons Brewery have also extended their partnership with Pools by agreeing a deal to have their name emblazoned on the rear of the new shirt.
“We are very proud to see Camerons name once again appear on the Hartlepool United football kit,” explained Chris Soley, director and general manager at Camerons Brewery.
“Camerons has a long tradition of shirt sponsorship with the club but this will be the first time our logo has been included on the shirts since the Play-Off Final in 2005.
“The latest agreement strengthens our partnership with the Football Club following our stand sponsorship and beer supply agreement signed with the club last year.
“After a challenging run last season we are sure that the club will push on from the fantastic form shown at the end of the year and we wish them all the best for the upcoming season.”
The club are taking pre-orders of the new kit from MOnday