RANGERS are delighted to confirm an extension to our Official Partnership with Utilita ahead of the 2021/22 season.
As part of the new agreement, Utilita will be the Title Partner of the upcoming friendly against Arsenal, which kicks off the club’s 150th anniversary celebrations.
Rangers have enjoyed a long-standing relationship with Utilita over the past five seasons, with the partnership beginning in 2016/17.
Utilita will continue to be featured on the back of the Women’s first-team shirts, as well as on the front of all Girls’ Academy jerseys for the upcoming season. The partnership will also see Utilita once again proudly displayed their brand on the front of all junior replica kits.
Commercial and Marketing Director James Bisgrove commented: “We’re thrilled to extend our relationship with Utilita, who have been a fantastic and committed club partner since 2016.
“We’re extremely proud of the wide-ranging brand activations delivered by Utilita, including a now iconic content piece with the Manager, Steven Gerrard.
“The extensive support provided to our Girls Academy and Women’s teams in recent seasons has be hugely valuable and further underlines Utilita‘s commitment to grassroots football and saving families money on their energy bills.
“It’s therefore fitting that Utilita will be supporting our upcoming 150th anniversary celebration match against Arsenal as Title Partner of this fixture."
Jem Maidment, Chief Marketing Officer at Utilita, added: “To be heading into our sixth successive season backing the ‘Gers is something we are immensely proud of, and we are looking forward to another exciting chapter in the club’s illustrious history ahead of Saturday’s celebratory fixture as presenting partner.
“We will continue to forge strong partnerships across all areas of our support to the club with our focus on engaging with the passionate, loyal & renowned fanbase that is Rangers Football Club.
“There is an incredible amount of synergy between Utilita & Rangers and these values will continue to shine in what should be a fascinating 2021/22 season on and off the pitch.”
Central to the partnership will be Utilita’s industry award-winning Energy High 5 movement – helping households to avoid the five most common habits that waste energy, enabling households to save up to £163 per year, while helping the planet. Everyone can take part and start saving today, at www.utilita.co.uk/energyhigh5 .
Founded in 2003, Utilita is one of the nation’s fastest-growing independent energy suppliers – currently powering more than 800,000 UK customers. Utilita has established itself as a hugely recognisable brand within British football, having supplied power to a number of iconic stadiums while partnering with over 25 elite clubs.