Posted: Wed 27th Jul 2022

Blake Lively’s “Betty Buzz” becomes new Wrexham AFC Women sleeve sponsor

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This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Jul 27th, 2022

Wrexham AFC say they are delighted to announce Betty Buzz as the sleeve sponsor of the Women’s first team.

The agreement has been signed for an initial period of two seasons and represents the first partnership solely for the Wrexham AFC Women’s first team, “reflecting a change in the strategic approach around identifying sponsors for the Women’s side, while they remain central to the Club’s ambitious plans for growth”

The Betty Buzz logo will feature on the left sleeve of the match shirts.

Executive Director, Humphrey Ker said: “Betty Buzz and the Wrexham AFC Women’s team has long felt like a great fit.
“Now, we are delighted that the change to the Club’s partnership with Aviation American Gin has made this possible.”

Betty Buzz’s founder, Blake Lively, said: “I’m honoured to have the Wrexham AFC Women’s team represent Betty Buzz.

“They stand for all that we aspire to; strength, joy, fortitude, grace and bringing people together in celebration.”

Wrexham AFC Women will wear the 2022/23 kits for the new Genero Adran North league campaign, and in their Genero Adran Trophy and FAW Women’s Cup fixtures. The league season is provisionally scheduled to begin on Sunday September 4.

For more what Betty Buzz is about there is some great video content out there eg.

Top pic: Wrexham AFC Women forward Sophie Hodson wears the new kit.



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