Mohsin Jameel, CEO of TradeNext said: “I am really pleased to be able to support Hutton Football Club."
(PRWEB UK) 15 June 2015
TradeNext, the London-based FX and CFD brokers, has taken its first step into supporting grass roots football by partnering up with Brentwood based Hutton Football Club.
Set in Brentwood, Essex and established since 1928, Hutton Football Club has grown from humble beginnings to fielding 50 teams and catering for over 600 playing members ranging from 4 through to 40 years of age.
As part of the partnership TradeNext will sponsor Hutton’s Under 14 girls football team, who recently reached the final in the Presidents Cup Final, losing to AFC Woodham.
TradeNext, a leading financial services firm operating in investment and derivatives trading products, is a preferred partner of Derby County Football club and runs an annual Search For An Asian Football Star, is extending its reach into the football with this partnership.
Simon Haynes, manager of the Under 14’s girls team from Hutton Football Club, said: “It is fantastic news that TradeNext are supporting our club. Their assistance will further help develop the game locally, encourage more local kids get active and involved in sport as well as help the club become the hub for the community.”
Mohsin Jameel, CEO of TradeNext said: “I am really pleased to be able to support Hutton Football Club. The idea came about because one of my colleague’s daughter plays for the team and they wanted help for some new kit. So we paid for the new kit and will work with them over the coming months to support their efforts to improve the clubs facilities.
“We’ve seen through our partnership with Derby County and Search For An Asian Football Star that sport, especially football, helps to increase participation and improve cohesion at a local level. By supporting sport at the grass roots it allows clubs at the lowest level to pay for things associated with running local teams, like new kits, paying for the upkeep of grounds and helping volunteers get the right FA badges and training.”