Why Welwyn Garden City Football Club
Welwyn Garden City Football Club
Hello and welcome to the official SNAP Sponsorship profile of Welwyn Garden City Football Club! The club has now partnered with SNAP to promote our sponsorship opportunities towards local business partners within the community with the intention of securing additional revenue towards our development projects.
Why Sponsor Us?
Here are three reasons why you should sponsor Welwyn Garden City Football Club!
Increased Brand Awareness
Welwyn Garden City Football Club has a wide range of physical and digital assets which are ideal opportunities for your business to increase its brand awareness through. Through sponsorship your organisation will experience considerable engagement to facilitate information regarding the services that you offer.
Massive National Exposure
Welwyn Garden City Football Club competes against teams across England providing you with extensive publicity for your business. Through sponsorship your business will gain significant exposure on a national level to help connect your products with potential clients within our community and across the UK.
Support Club Development
Welwyn Garden City Football Club is a focal point for many people within our community. Through sponsorship your business will enable us to achieve our long-term development plans to whilst positioning your organisation at the forefront of our operations to allow you to partner with our players, staff and supporters.
Please notify the club if there are any sponsorship opportunities which are not currently present on our SNAP profile. To register your interest in any of our packages please contact our page or an official club representative directly.
The Club Today
Welwyn Garden City Football Club is the largest sports team in the Welwyn & Hatfield District. The club competes on a national level within Southern League Central Division One. We are a not-for-profit organisation which provides a clear pathway from our academy programme into the first team within a safe, secure and supportive environment. At present our club boasts six separate squads which range from our 1st XI squad, Development Squad, Under 21’s, Under 18’s, Under 15’s to our Under 13’s. The club’s home ground is based at The Urbaser Stadium.
Welwyn Garden City Football Club have great ambitions for the future of our organisation and local area. We are proud to represent our local community which we have stood as a focal point for over the past century. We understand that our club would not be the major success it is without the dedicated support we receive from our volunteers and fans. The club has made the decision to partner with SNAP to ensure that we maintain our momentum towards development. We intend to use this platform to connect with business partners within our region, acquiring essential revenue to help us fund existing projects that, once complete, will improve our player/supporter experience and provide increased opportunities for engagement within the club for all that support us.
1921 First Welwyn Garden City formed. Matches played on local playing field.
1922 Joined Mid-Hertfordshire League. Permanent home established at Parkway ground. First competitive match played, home to Markyate, 26th August 1922.
1927 Reached the final of the Perry Cup, losing 6-1 to Ware at Hertingfordbury Park. Joined Spartan League. Entered the FA Challenge Cup for the first time.
1934 Amalgamated with Shredded Wheat FC, although both clubs maintained their separate identities. Commenced playing at the Shredded Wheat ground, adjacent to the Shredded Wheat works in Broadwater Road, Welwyn Garden City.
1937 At a meeting held on the 20th May 1937, after they were offered the facilities of Shredded Wheat FC, it was agreed to set up a new Welwyn Garden City FC.
1939 Permanent home found at Springfields where we remained for 29 years.
1970 Hertfordshire FA withdraws senior status. Joined Greater London League (Division 2)
1973 Merged with Welwyn Garden United to form Welwyn Garden FC and took United’s place in the South Midlands League. Senior status regained as a result.
1974 Welwyn Garden FC won the South Midlands League Championship. Welwyn Garden United re-established as a separate club.
1982 Name changed to Welwyn Garden City Football and Social Club.
2018 Won the Spartan South Midlands League Championship. Joined Southern League, Central Division 1. Entered the FA Challenge Trophy for the first time.