Portlethen Panthers Basketball Swap Baggy Kit for iomart Kit

Portlethen Panthers under 10s Basketball Team has finally got a kit that fits, after winning Host Your Kit, the national competition run by Glasgow-headquartered UK cloud computing company iomart.

Until now the young basketball players had had to wear a huge, baggy kit passed down from older players because the club could not afford to buy a kit especially for them. But this weekend, after beating off competition from over 300 other sports teams to win Host Your Kit, they took to the court at the International School in Aberdeen, in a perfectly fitting brand new iomart strip.

Jackie Bruce, coach of Portlethen Panthers under 10s, said: “I don’t know who was more excited to win the kit, me or the children. The old kit we’d been given came down to their knees so they couldn’t play properly. Now, thanks to iomart and Host Your Kit, they have a great fitting kit that allows them to do their best moves on the court.”

To win Host Your Kit teams had to tell the judges why they deserved a new team strip. Portlethen sent in photos of their under 10s team wearing their out-sized hand-me-down kit with the plea – “A smart set of strips would strengthen team spirit and mean not having to wear strips that look like dresses!”

Phil Worms, Director of Marketing for iomart Group, said: “Portlethen Panthers look absolutely fantastic in their new kit. We’re delighted we were able to end their search for a properly fitting kit and hope it gives them great confidence for all the matches they play.”

Will Clarke, Grampian regional development Officer for basketballscotland which was an official partner for the competition, said: “Portlethen is one of 15 Scottish basketball teams who were successful in winning new kits, proving what a great initiative Host Your Kit is in supporting grassroots basketball.”

Portlethen Community Basketball Club now has over 70 members with boys and girls coming from Portlethen as well as Stonehaven, Newtonhill and Lairhillock to train. For more information you can visit www.PortlethenPanthers.com

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Host Your Kit Nets a Basket in Lochgoilhead

Host Your Kit’s 2013 tour is underway!

It kicked off in one of the most picturesque places in the UK – Lochgoilhead, a small coastal community in Argyll in the Scottish Highlands.

HYK has helped the community sports club in the village to launch its first basketball club for local children.

As you know we’re running our kit campaign for basketball as well as football this year. Well, Lochgoilhead Community Sports Club contacted us saying they didn’t need a kit but asked if we could help out with some equipment so they could start up a local basketball club. How could we refuse!?

Our touchline reporter Jane duly delivered a net of basketballs and hoop from our HYK retail partners Gilmour Sports as well as an exclusive coaching session thanks to HYK official supporter basketballscotland (you’ll be glad to know that Rebecca Cumming a Scotland international took the session and not Jane!)

The whole ethos behind Host Your Kit is for cloud company iomart Group to help parents and clubs to encourage young children to play sport. We are as proud as punch to have helped start a brand new basketball club in Lochgoilhead.

David Moffat, a volunteer leader at Lochgoilhead Community Sports Club, told HYK Gaffer, “We’re so grateful to iomart and Host Your Kit. This really is the start of something special.”

As ever though it’s what the children think that really matters. So how did their first basketball lesson go down? Lauren, aged 7 – “It was awesome and so exciting.” Adam, aged 10 – “Amazing! I really hope we can get a proper basketball team together.

basketballscotland is creating a series of new clubs in Argyll and Bute so HYK’s Lochgoilhead initiative couldn’t have come at a better time. Chris Cleary, the regional development officer, says, “Basketball is growing within Argyll and Bute and this type of investment from iomart and Gilmour Sports can only add to this. The future looks good for basketball in Argyll and Bute!”

Here’s Jane’s video of a great day out at Lochgoilhead

HYK Gaffer and the whole of the HYK team  wish the sports club in Lochgoilhead and in particular the main volunteer and organiser Jayne (who was far too shy to even be quoted or filmed..) all the best for the future. They’ve already been told they can enter an Under12s team in the winter league. We reckon it won’t be long until we see a child from Lochgoilhead playing basketball for Scotland!

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Ancrum player’s football rhyme wins Host Your Kit


HYK gaffer’s had a big smile on his face over the past couple of weeks as Host Your Kit’s Tour of Britain is underway. We’ve been busy starting to deliver our fantastic iomart Hosting-sponsored kits to the winning teams.

One of our first stops was the village of Ancrum near Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders. 13

year old football-mad Ross McKenzie won the local U14s team a brand new adidas kit after he wrote Host Your Kit a poem saying how his club couldn’t replace the team’s tatty old kit because money was needed for a new motorised lawn mower to cut their grass pitch at Bridgend Park.

Here’s his winning rhyme:

Our strip is in tatters – unlike our defence -
We can stop any striker from taking a shot
But to keep our grass short we may soon..NOT!
Funds are few..and a mower is dear
“Get your rags on from our coach we do hear!”
Oh how I dream of a new kit….
one that for everyone would be the right fit!

We would look so good and feel so proud to shout
“Ancrum Juniors” long and loud!!

Our touchline reporter Jane had a great evening with the players when she went along to present the kit. She said: “Ross’ poem made the judges smile however it also struck a chord about the fund-raising difficulties so many youth football clubs face.”

Ross McKenzie told us: “When we heard about Host Your Kit it sounded like a great chance to get a new kit so I thought I’d do something different to try to win. I still can’t believe that my poem won. The new adidas kit is absolutely fantastic.”

Ancrum Junior AFC now has over 60 boys and girls in its junior section despite being in an area dominated by rugby. In fact the management hope that the new kit will encourage more teenage boys to come along to the club.

The Ancrum boys have now moved up to U15 level this year so we wish them all the best for the new season. Ross clearly has a great future both on and off the pitch!

Here’s the video we made when we went to give Ancrum their kit

 

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Host Your Kit celebrates Olympic football and Scotton Scorchers

As theScotton Scorchers Under 15s Girls Football Team Olympic women’s football kicks off today, Host Your Kit is celebrating the presentation of its second winning kit to another girls’ team.

Last evening  HYK Gaffer travelled down to North Yorkshire, to the tiny village of Scotton – inhabitants approximately 300….football players 130!

We handed over a stunning  red iomart Hosting sponsored kit to Scotton Scorchers U15s girls, a team based in the village of Scotton just outside the town of Knaresborough. They looked fantastic!

Scotton Scorchers have spent the past decade building a really great local club with passionate support from parents and volunteers. And they are big champions of the women’s game.

As coach Andrew Black told HYK Gaffer, “The teenage years are when a lot of girls give up playing football because of all the other things that can take their attention away from sport like their growing social lives and their interest in looking good etc.. It’s great that in Scotton we’ve still got a great group of girls who still want to play.”

A new kit can make all the different to girls at this age and the team’s previous kit – kindly donated by a local business in more positive economic times – had definitely seen better days. There were smiles all round as the girls raced off to the changing rooms to try on their new kit.

Andrew Black added, “Winning Host Your Kit is fantastic for the girls and for the club. It’ll give the girls an extra incentive to keep playing and hopefully help attract some more teenagers to get involved, plus it’ll take the pressure off our fund raising for a while.”

HYK Gaffer always likes a bit of history and Scotton has it in spades. It’s the village where the gunpowder plotter Guy Fawkes lived. There’s a pub named in his memory and every year on 5th November there’s a village celebration with fireworks and a huge bonfire but no guy on top. Bet you never knew that!

HYK gaffer wishes Scotton Scorchers all the best for their new season as they move up to Under 16 level in the City of York Girls’ League. Plus we’ll be rooting for the Team GB women as they kick off 18 days of world class sport with their first game against New Zealand at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium later today.

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Politics and football

Emma Fernon

Emma Fernon of Glasgow City LFC and Scotland

For a girl who’s never voted it’s ironic that politics played a part in my introduction to football. My primary school in Coatbridge in Scotland had a ‘no girls’ playing policy for their football teams and my mum wrote a letter of complaint to the head teacher, who as it turned out was unaware of this discrimination.  Happily this situation was rectified and I was allowed to play.

Playing for the school team was not enough though and at the age of 7, I joined my local boys team Langloan. Once again politics played its part. After 6 years of playing with the same team, I was told I could no longer play in a boys’ team and it was with a heavy heart I left to join Cumbernauld Cosmos.

At Cosmos I couldn’t believe there were actually girls who could play football like me and for the next 4 years I not only helped the team to be successful on the park, but also made lifelong friends off it. We would go everywhere together and probably did bag-packing at every store in the west of Scotland to raise funds for strips, training kit etc.

In 2004, the set up meant that yet again I had to make the move into the unknown – this time in to women’s football and I joined Glasgow City Ladies FC as an under 17 Scottish internationalist. In my time at City I have been fortunate to play with some of the best players in the country and have enjoyed much success.

In fact I’m just grabbing a quick break before getting myself ready for Glasgow City’s campaign in the last 16 of the UEFA Women’s Champions League in August and Scotland’s last two qualifiers to try to secure a play-off place for the Euro2013 Women’s Championship.

At 25 years of age I am the longest serving player at Glasgow City LFC and have seen many changes, all for the better I might add. One of the biggest improvements has been with our kit and each year sees us adorn a new strip. All the girls love being involved in the kit selection and despite the varying opinions on colour and style; we all look forward to pulling on a new quality strip to start the season.

As a national team player for Scotland I’m currently involved as a role model and this entails visiting girl’s football festivals, national youth camps and schools with the purpose of encouraging young girls to continue to participate in football and lead healthy lifestyles.

My advice to any up and coming youngsters who hope to be top players is to be dedicated – it’s easy to miss training on a cold night, but every session is a chance to improve. Also, make your own decisions. I have watched girls join clubs because their friends are there, and in the process turn down the opportunity to join a better club and miss out on vital development.

So keep training, keep playing and enjoy a great summer of football and sport.

By Emma Fernon,

Glasgow City LFC and Scotland & Host Your Kit ambassador

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Host Your Kit winners Jeanfield Swift Girls U11s get their new kit

Host Your Kit has presented the first of its adidas kits to a girls’ football team in Perth in Scotland.

Jeanfield Swift Girls were one of the 10 teams our judges picked as winners in the first round of Host Your Kit. Jeanfield had sent more than 100 begging letters to local businesses to try to get sponsorship for a much needed new kit for their U11s team, but their pleas fell on deaf ears. Now, their dream of a new kit has come true after they entered and won Host Your Kit.

Donna Shaw, coach of Jeanfield Swift Girls, said: “We’ve been desperate to get a new kit to show the girls how proud we are of their commitment and enthusiasm. We were really disappointed when we didn’t hear back from local businesses but now, thanks to iomart Hosting, our girls can walk onto the pitch with their heads held high. Winning Host Your Kit has brought all the Jeanfield Swift girls and their parents together and made us feel really special.”

Jane Robertson, PR Manager for iomart Hosting, who presented the team with its new adidas kit, said: “We’re delighted that Host Your Kit has been able to help Jeanfield Swift Girls Under 11s get the sponsored kit they so clearly deserve. As a leading cloud computing company we host the data and web applications for many successful businesses across the UK and with 2012 being such a massive year for sport we can now be the best host for football kits too.”

Scotland and Glasgow City player Emma Fernon is an ambassador for Host Your Kit. She said: “Host Your Kit is a fantastic competition. iomart Hosting is helping to spread the word that football is a great way to give young girls confidence and inspire them to a healthy and active lifestyle.”

In all 30 youth football teams across Scotland, England and Wales will receive an iomart Hosting sponsored adidas football kit for 14 outfield players and one goalkeeper via Host Your Kit’s retail partners Greaves Sports.

Congratulations again! #gojeanfield

The HYK Gaffer

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Ten more Host Your KIt Champions announced

After the exertion of announcing our second batch of winners on Friday while Euro 2012 kicked off, the Host Your Kit gaffer needed a bit of a rest over the weekend. Mind you, he didn’t need much persuading since Spain against Italy was on the telly and a nice cold drink was waiting!

Host Your Kit has now given away a total of 20 brand new adidas kits to teams across Britain. But it’s not time to put away the bunting yet. We still have another 10 kits to be won before the London Olympics open for business.

Our judges were impressed by the number of teams who sent in videos in the second round but also the tales that were told. Several of the winning teams had compelling stories and HYK gaffer wanted to tell you about them.

Cali Thistle is a team based in Bishopbriggs in central Scotland. Some of the players aren’t skilful enough to make it into more regular league teams while others cope with conditions like Autism or have anger management issues. The trouble is, because they don’t all live in the one council area, Stewart their coach has been banging his head against a brick wall trying to get local authority funding to help support them. Stewart describes his players as ‘the best kids in Scotland.’ He told the judges, ‘I only ask my kids to treat themselves with respect and in doing so this will emanate through to everyone and they will get that respect back 10 fold.’ Well, the judges wanted to show their respect for what Stewart is trying to achieve and can’t wait to see the boys wearing their new kit in the weeks to come.

New Boulton Athletic’s entry also highlighted the hard work and commitment that so many volunteer coaches put in to help young boys and girls follow the right path in life. New Boulton are based in a deprived area of Derby. They’ve just recruited new coaches to help bring the younger players on and are in the process of setting up a hardship fund to offer reduced subscriptions to help children from the poorest families in the local community to join. They want their players to feel special and the judges hope that the new kit will make them feel just that.

Football really can be a force for good and for the boys of Lea Valley United U16s it’s been just that. They play their football in Enfield, an area of north London which is rife with violence and youth crime. Katie Taylor their coach and manager explained that the boys face difficult situations every day of their lives. Through football though they’ve been encouraged to focus their attentions on sport and school work.  Katie sent a photo of the boys before a recent cup final – the team looked so smart in their school uniforms and borrowed ties – yet she says most of the time they have to wear mismatching kit and shorts that have shrunk so much in the wash that they look like hot pants. Hot pants! Well HYK gaffer cannot have boys wearing hot pants under any circumstances…so a new kit is on its way to them.

Those are just three stories from the 10 winning teams in this round. Host Your Kit would like to congratulate all of them: New Boulton Athletic FC; Prestwich FC; Cali Thistle FC; Renton Craigandro FC; Stafford Rangers; Lea Valley FC; Trowell FC; Whiston Boys FC; Mill Hill FC and Chadwick End Juniors FC.

The chairman of the judges, iomart Hosting’s marketing director Phil Worms said: “The entries for the second round of Host Your Kit highlighted the struggle that so many coaches have to keep their teams going. We were so impressed by the time and the commitment these volunteers give to football and we hope that winning a new team strip is some reward for all their hard work over the years.” 

Charlie Mulgrew and Emma Fernon, Host Your Kit’s two Scottish international ambassadors, were also quick to pass on their best wishes to the winners.  

Charlie said: “Well done to the latest winners of Host Your Kit. I hope the new strips make the players and their coaches feel really proud. ”

Emma added: “I’d like to congratulate the coaches in particular. They deserve so much credit for giving up their spare time to encourage young boys and girls to play football.”

Sandy Greaves, CEO of Greaves Sports, said: “Congratulations to the latest set of Host Your Kit winners.  We hope that wearing a top quality kit will make them feel very special.”

So just 10 adidas youth team kits remain to be won. Entries for the final round are due in by Friday July 20.

HYK gaffer says, ‘Make sure you tear yourselves away from Euro 2012 for long enough to get your entry in. If you’re not in it, you can’t win it!’

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Just Champion! First 10 Winning Teams Unveiled.

The judging for the first 10 winners of Host Your Kit was almost as exciting as the semi-finals of the Champions League….a game of two halves, red cards, missed opportunities, and extra time needed before the final whistle blew!

However our panel finally managed to choose 10 worthy winners who will get to wear a brand new adidas kit from iomart Hosting and our retail partners Greaves Sports for next season.

HYK Gaffer was lucky enough to be given exclusive access to the judges’ dressing room.

It took almost two hours to read through the email entries, look at the accompanying photos and watch the videos that had been sent in. At that stage several teams were relegated to the subs bench – because they had only written about their team but hardly anything about why their team actually deserved a new kit.

After tea and biscuits and the odd pie at half time, the whistle blew for the second half. 

This was when the judges had to be brutal. Putting aside entries that though very deserving, just lacked that little bit of magic that made them stand out from the crowd.

There was pacing up and down the touchline, words exchanged and one judge was even banished to the stands. The deliberations were tough and went right down to the wire but these are the teams that scored with the very last kick of the ball.

Congratulations go to:

  • Ancrum Juniors FC U14s from Jedburgh in the Borders
  • Berner FC U12s, Tower Hamlets, London
  • Charlestown United U14s, St Austell, Cornwall
  • Jeanfield Swift Girls FC U11s, Perth, Scotland
  • Lumley Gateway FC U16s, County Durham
  • Mile Oak Wanderers U13s, East Sussex
  • Netherne Falcons FC U13s, Surrey
  • Port Glasgow Juniors BC U13s girls, Glasgow
  • Rainham Eagles U13s, Kent
  • Scotton Scorchers U15s from North Yorkshire.

The chairman of the judges, iomart Hosting’s marketing director Phil Worms said: “We had entries from boys’ teams, girls’ teams and several disability teams from all over the country and it was incredibly hard to pick the winners. However in the end the ten teams who triumphed all stood out. They showed us that even in these difficult economic times when money is tight, football can still bring communities together and put a smile on the faces of the adults and children who get involved.  Well done to all of them and we hope that winning a new kit gives them a real boost.”

Charlie Mulgrew and Emma Fernon, our two Scottish international ambassadors, also passed on their congratulations.

Charlie said: “There were some cracking entries. I wish the winners and all the teams who entered the best of luck for the future.”

Emma said: “I was delighted to see so many entries from girls’ teams. The winners are all a credit to football and I wish them lots of success.”

Sandy Greaves, CEO of Greaves Sports, said: “Congratulations to all those who took part. We hope that wearing a top quality kit gives the winners a reason to feel immensely proud when they step out on the pitch.”

So that’s the first round of Host Your Kit over.

We promise that Sky Sports’ Geoff Shreeves won’t be calling the unlucky clubs to inform them of our decision.

It’s still all to play for with another 20 kits up for grabs over the next few months.

HYK Gaffer is now off to get a rub down from the physio before the second round kicks off!

The HYK Gaffer

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First entry closing date looms – 10 Lucky Winning Teams soon to be unveiled

Thanks for all the registrations and entries for Host Your Kit so far – they’ve been flooding in to our inbox.  Just a few days to go now until our judges start looking at them in detail and pick the first 10 teams to win an adidas kit via our retail partners Greaves Sports. You need to get your entries in by midnight on Friday April 20 to be eligible for this first round.

In advance of the judging we’ve been having a quick look through to see the sorts of stories you’ve got to tell about why you think your team deserves a new kit.  

Sadly, the tale we’re hearing is not unexpected – that lots of you are struggling for decent kit this year because the local businesses you’ve relied on for sponsorship in the past aren’t able to give financial support this year.

For instance, we’ve heard from one team in the North West of England that needs a new kit because the team have grown out of their old one. The players are from families where money is tight and the team has lost its usual sponsor, so there’s no way of buying the new kit they need. Another team spend all their subs on their travel so don’t have enough left to buy a decent kit.

This quote from one entry probably resounds with quite a few of you, “Unfortunately the problem we have is that due to the financial climate we are now faced with no sponsor and no kit to play in as most of the team have grown out of their original equipment.”

One coach contacted us from a team which gives young boys and girls with either a physical disability or mental health issues the chance to play competitive football.  We’re sure she speaks for many teams when she says of her players, “It’s a bit disheartening when they do play matches to be the only team having to wear their own tracksuit bottoms and shirts that are 5 sizes too big!” We understand how frustrating and incredibly demoralising this can be, particularly for the young players.

Many of us at UK web hosting company iomart Hosting have sons and daughters who play football for teams in similar situations. There are other competitions around to win new kits but the problem with most of them is that you either have to collect hundreds of coupons over several months or you have to exchange scores of CDs and DVDs. Also, the quality of the kit you end up isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be.

That’s why we decided to come up with a fun and easy way to help teams win kit of the highest quality.  In the managed hosting and cloud computing world in which we operate, iomart Hosting only works with quality suppliers. We wanted our Host Your Kit competition to mirror that and that is why we teamed up with Greaves Sports, one of the UK’s leading sporting retailers, to get our hands on a fantastic range of adidas kits.

By telling us your stories we hope we can help to highlight the problem many youth teams are facing in these difficult economic times.  It seems sad that in a year when £billions are being ploughed into the Olympics in London and the European Football Championships across the water, children who turn out to play football each week through wind, rain and even snow, are struggling even to have a decent kit to play in.

Having a smart, well-fitting team strip makes the children wearing it feel confident even before they step onto the pitch. Playing sport highlights to children the importance of teamwork, respect and enthusiasm – skills that will help them through life. We hope our competition helps inspire all the teams that get involved.

Our Host Your Kit ambassadors Scotland internationals Charlie Mulgrew and Emma Fernon have both spoken of how proud they were to pull on the jersey of their very first teams and how they still get the same buzz today even as seasoned professionals. We hope they act as an inspiration too.

Both of them have had a busy few weeks since the launch of Host Your Kit. Charlie has helped Celtic win the Scottish Premier League title – scoring two goals in the match that secured it – while Emma and Glasgow City have made it to the semi -finals of the League Cup.  We wish them all the best as their seasons near their end.

To all the teams who have registered for Host Your Kit don’t forget you now need to send us your entry and to those already entered the best of luck.

Our first 10 winners will be announced on Facebook and Twitter on Friday 27 April.

We can’t wait!

The HYK Gaffer

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The launch of Host Your Kit

What a few days it’s been!

Host Your Kit is now officially launched and we can’t believe the incredible response.

Within hours of the website and Twitter account going live on Friday 9 March we had  declarations of interest and that figure has been rising ever since. Today Monday, we’ve well over 50 clubs already registered.

Launch day itself  was a frenzy of activity with the iomart Hosting design team busy making last minute tweaks to the website, the  support team making sure there were no last-minute technical hitches and the marketing and PR team preparing to launch the campaign across all channels including Twitter and Facebook.

We couldn’t have been more delighted that Scotland internationals Charlie Mulgrew and Emma Fernon agreed to be our ambassadors.  They took part in a photo-shoot near our Scottish headquarters on Thursday along with a group of fantastic local children Alex, Katie, Rebecca, Mhairi, Ross and Michael. The children, who all play football in the Dunbartonshire Football Development League, spent the morning testing their fancy footwork out against Celtic star Charlie and Glasgow City defender Emma.  Budding ‘keeper Michael even palmed away a couple of shots from Charlie. 

The point of Host Your Kit is to save youth teams in England, Scotland and Wales from having to beg money from local businesses and/or their parents or mums for a new team kit. We’re giving away 30 fantastic adidas kits provided by our retail partners Greaves Sports.

Ours is not the only campaign to give away football kits for kids but it is unique. Most campaigns involve either saving coupons from a paper for weeks on end or collecting dvds or cds to exchange for kit. We realised there needed to be a better and quicker way to supply kits to needy teams. So we came up with the idea of teams just telling us their story and the best 30 winning themselves a top quality kit. This year is a key year for UK sport with the London Olympics and for football with Euro 2012. We really hope Host Your Kit can both help football clubs but also promote the importance of sport in the community.

One of the challenges will be to spread the word about Host Your Kit through the media. Our photoshoot has already paid off with some great images being published but a huge coup came with Charlie’s appearance on Soccer Am on Saturday. Charlie had just been voted Scottish Premier League player of Month for February and he’d also just won his full senior Scotland cap – talk about being the player of the moment. As a result it was perfect timing for him to appear on Skys’ Soccer Am.

Charlie was asked to chat about his team mates so he gave the lowdown on his dressing room pals at Celtic. Definitely the funniest quote from the programme was where he was asked who the slowest player at Celtic was. “Big Dad,” he said. “He turns like a double decker bus in Glasgow!  He’s a good lad but he’s not the quickest..”  We can just imagine what ‘Big Dad’ otherwise known as Daniel Majstorovic said to Charlie when he turned up for training today! Scott Brown might not be too pleased either after Charlie described him as the worst dressed Celtic player saying, “He wears jeans and a T-shirt all year round. It’s either too big for him or too tight. He wears the worst gear, it’s horrendous.”

Soccer Am gave Host Your Kit a big mention which was fantastic and (don’t tell anyone!) they’ve also got another piece on the campaign going out on March 24th so tune in for that.

Today, Monday 12 March, we’re back in the office busily replying to everyone who’s registered their interest in Host Your Kit so far – thank you to everyone who’s getting involved. And we’re also celebrating a birthday. Our brilliant women’s ambassador Emma Fernon is 25 today. Many happy returns Emma!

The HYK Gaffer

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