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Manchester City Women partner with Pioneer Group

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Manchester City Women have agreed a new partnership with audio visual provider, Pioneer Group.

The deal will see the two collaborate on matchdays throughout the Blues’ 2017 FA Women’s Super League season, including the ‘Spring Series’ and domestic cup competitions.

During the campaign, Pioneer Group will provide audio visual and LED lighting at the Academy Stadium but before then, the outdoor advertising agency will present the Club’s End of Season Awards event.

Taking place at the Etihad Stadium on Friday 2 December, the evening will celebrate a momentous 2016 campaign, in which Nick Cushing’s side were undefeated in the FA Women’s Super League and won the Continental Tyres Cup to complete a domestic double.

Manchester City Women’s Head of Football, Gavin Makel, is pleased to have Pioneer Group on board.

“We are delighted that Pioneer Group has joined us as our official matchday partner to provide audio visual support at the Academy Stadium,” he said.

“We look forward to working with them to continue to develop our matchday experience for fans of Manchester City Women’s Football Club.”

Chris Appleyard, Group Director of Pioneer Group, added:

“As a local company based in Manchester we are incredibly proud to be entering a partnership with the newly crowned FA Women’ Super League champions.

"Pioneer Group will work with the Club to provide innovative audio visual solutions on a match day as well as develop a truly unique audio visual concept to enhance the Club’s End of Season Awards held at the Etihad Stadium."



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