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11 May 2017

New partners to sponsor stand at Carrow Road

NORWICH City Football Club are delighted to announce a new substantial long-term stand partnership with Norwich-based national security provider, Regency Security Services.

City’s new partners will be lending their name to the soon to be rebranded Regency Security Stand, formerly known as the Norwich & Peterborough Stand. 

Founded in 1993, Regency Security is one of the UK’s largest private security companies. Covering the full spectrum of security services including event security, crowd safety, door supervision and key holding to name but a few, The Regency Group can offer nationwide coverage and currently employs over 2,500 people across the UK including 200 in Norwich city centre alone.

The Canaries and Regency Security have been working together for a number of seasons, with Regency supplying a number of different security services to the Club, including most notably security services for the Take That concerts in June 2017. Moving forward into next season and beyond, Regency Security will be supplying the Club with all of its third party security provisions, both on matchdays and non-matchdays.

Regency Security owner and City fan Gary Powers commented: "This is a very exciting time for both myself personally and Regency. I have been involved in the club for many years now as a supporter and have a vested interest in the city as a business owner of not only Regency, but also BOND and Mantra, so when the opportunity arose to become an official partner of NCFC I was naturally very interested. I’m very much looking forward to further cementing our relationship with the NCFC over the next few years."

The Partnership was officially launched today with Club director Tom Smith, City captain Russell Martin and Canaries icon Grant Holt in attendance.

Smith welcomed the Club’s latest major new partner on board, saying: "We’re delighted to confirm Regency Security as the new sponsors of the stand at what was formerly known as the River End at Carrow Road.

"The stand sponsorship and security provision deal is a great new partnership for us and the backing of Regency and other major partners is vital to Norwich City, as part of our ceaseless efforts to support the squad-building plans of Sporting Director Stuart Webber and his staff.

"We look forward to Regency becoming a familiar part of the Carrow Road landscape for many years to come and thank them for their backing."

The Regency Security Stand will undergo a facelift during the off-season break and City fans will return to Carrow Road in August 2017 to find Carrow Road changed to feature the new brand of Regency Security Services.

There will be exciting opportunities for not just supporters in the Regency Security Stand, but all fans, to win match tickets, VIP matchday experiences and unique money-can’t-buy experiences at the Club’s Colney Training Centre.

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