Brentford FC has today announced a partnership deal with the structural steel fabrication company, Steelo. The London-based organisation has signed a sponsorship agreement which will see them working with the Club as an Official Club Partner until the end of season 2023/24.
Steelo was founded in 2009 and prides itself on competitive pricing and a commitment to deliver their projects on time to the highest standard. Their innovative approach to steel fabrication has seen them progress to being known as one of the most ambitious and pioneering firms in the sector.
The partnership with Brentford will support the next phase of Steelo’s growth as they look to build their digital profile, awareness and engagement in the community.
The Steelo brand made its first appearance at the Brentford Community Stadium on Friday night at our Premier League match against Watford with it appearing on the LED pitchside boards. The deal will see investment being made into the Brentford Community Sports Trust with Steelo supporting the Trust’s work to educate and inspire participants in their award-winning programmes. Fans should also look out for their ticket promotions in the weeks ahead.
James Parkinson, Brentford Football Club Commercial Director, said: “Steelo’s culture and values are very much akin to our own. They are ambitious, have a track record of innovation and have a reputation for high standards in the industry. A partnership with them is a strong fit for Brentford FC. We look forward to working with Michael Krajewski and his talented team over the coming years, especially their participation in the community.”
Michael Krajewski, Founder and CEO Steelo Ltd, said: ''We are proud to be partnering with Brentford as their Official Steel Fabrication partner for the coming seasons. We look forward to building a strong partnership with the Club, the fans and the local community in the future. Our core values and ability to defy the odds have connected us, but it is our growth, passion and ability to deliver results when they are needed most that truly align us.''