Soccer Million are delighted to announce a three-year agreement with Oxford City Football Club as its new front-of-shirt partner, in what represents one of the biggest sponsorship deals in non-league football.

Soccer Million is a UK Marketing Specialist bringing increased UK exposure to several business partners.

The deal will see Soccer Million take pride of place on the front of the first team shirts for the next three seasons and will also result in a large presence at the stadium, in the match day programme and on the club’s website. This deal is representative of Oxford City’s ever-growing presence and reputation in Oxfordshire and beyond, which has increased considerably following the arrival of new owners Paul Lyon and Justin Merritt.

Soccer Million will build a Cash Pot of £1,000,000 through the participation of clubs and fans alike as they engage with the product or service offered by the businesses Soccer Million are marketing. Each time a product or service is engaged by the fans, a vote will be registered for Oxford City Football Club.

Steven Davies CEO of Soccer Million said

“We are delighted to have partnered up with Oxford City Football Club having met with Mick Livesey and several members of the board last week it was clear that the club has the ambition, drive and passion to develop and push the team further up the league pyramid. Soccer Million are proud to be able to support the club on this journey and look forward to working with the team over the coming season”

Commercial Manager Mick Livesey said

“Over the next three seasons with our partner Soccer Million we plan to challenge the conventions of traditional sponsorship by not only supporting the club, but by also rewarding the fans in new, exciting and innovative ways. This will significantly increase the brand awareness of our valued partner; Soccer Million. In addition to this our fans can vote for us and courtesy of Soccer Million the club would be in with a chance of winning a cool one-million-pounds. Manager Mark Jones is banking on you, just think what he could do with that huge cash injection”.

City are enjoying a successful pre-season, having played League 1 opposition twice, losing narrowly to neighbours Oxford United 3-5 and drawing 2-2 with MK Dons.