Haverfordwest County AFC are today pleased to announce that they have sealed a deal with a Welsh fibre-optic broadband provider for the naming rights of the Bridge Meadow Stadium Stadium.
The new sponsor of the stadium for the next three years is Wales’ fastest-growing broadband company Ogi and hence, the Stadium will be known as ‘The Ogi Bridge Meadow Stadium’.
Haverfordwest AFC chairman, Rob Edwards commented on the news: “We are delighted to be working with Ogi over the course of the next three years.
“They are a company with similar values and doing some great work towards the infrastructure of Haverfordwest, and we hope to have an excellent relationship during this partnership, and beyond.”
The first game in the newly renamed stadium will take place on Friday 20 August, kicking off against Cardiff Met at 19:45 and will be free to attend, to celebrate the momentous occasion of welcoming supporters back through the turnstiles.
Ogi CEO, Ben Allwright said: “We’re thrilled to be supporting Haverfordwest County as they continue to shine as one of Wales’ best teams. This agreement coincides with the start of engineering work in Haverfordwest as we bring our best-in-class full-fibre broadband to the town. We’re a Welsh-grown company and it’s really important to us to support communities like this wherever we can.”
We’re powering up online life for people across Wales. By building real fibre connections right to the doorstep we’re opening up fast, reliable broadband for homes, businesses, and communities. At Ogi, we strive to be a driving force for digital change, giving our customers and communities an online advantage from the start.
Named one of the ‘Fast Growth 50’ companies in Wales, we’re creating more than 140 jobs within the company now, in Wales, with services designed and supported locally.
Ogi is the trading name of Spectrum Fibre and Ogi Networks Limited.