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Thank You Texo

U's thank home kit sponsor after three year deal ends

18 April 2022

Following a successful three year partnership, TEXO Scaffolding's sponsorship of the Colchester United Home Shirts comes to a conclusion at the end of the current season.

During the course of the partnership, Colchester United have experienced great times in the TEXO Scaffolding branding, beating Tottenham Hotspur in the Third Round of the Carabao Cup to pave the way to an away tie at Old Trafford in the Quarter Finals, securing a League Two Play-Off place in the 2019/20 campaign and, most recently, featuring live on Sky for our ‘Game for Ukraine’, a home tie against Forest Green Rovers.  

General Manager Tim Waddington commented on the partnership: "I’d like to sincerely thank Robert Hayward and all the team at TEXO for their Home Shirt Sponsorship of Colchester United over the last three seasons."

"The TEXO logo can be seen supporting a variety of individuals, sports clubs and organisations throughout the region and that is testament to the commitment TEXO Scaffolding make to supporting their local community.

"It’s been great to see their brand on the front of Colchester United shirts during this time. We have created some superb memories carrying the TEXO brand, most notably the win over Tottenham Hotspur in the Carabao Cup in 2019.

"As well as our Home EFL and Cup shirts, TEXO was on the front of the one-off shirts we wore as part of our Loyal Supporter initiative, a particularly memorable night beating Southend at home in 2021 and also on our kits for the incredible fundraising ‘Game for Ukraine’ this year."

Colchester United wish TEXO all the best for the future and thank them for their support over the past three years.

Discussions have taken place regarding future partnerships, but for now, the home shirt sponsorship will be taken up by another local company, who will also be fully supporting the club and the local community in their sponsorship.


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