Rainbow Communications is proud to announce its seventh consecutive year of support for the Belfast Primary Schools’ Football Association annual 5-a-side cup. Players from primary schools across the whole of Belfast were competing and after an exciting final Holy Child Primary School lifted the Rainbow Communications Champion Shield.
Ever since it was founded in 1931, the Association has been committed to assisting and developing strong and skilled players within the game, allowing students of all capabilities to compete at all levels. The Association’s overarching aim is to promote and encourage the development of schools’ football across communities both nationally and internationally.
This year’s competition includes 37 primary schools from throughout the whole of Belfast.
Stuart Carson, Sales & Marketing Director at Rainbow, said:
“We are delighted to sponsor this 5-a-side tournament for the seventh year running. We hope that by doing so we can play a part in the development and advancement of the next generation of local sporting stars. The sponsorship has always been a natural fit for us and we look forward to watching the teams compete.
“At Rainbow, we are dedicated to supporting grassroots sport within the local community. The provision of education and training in sport and fitness is vital to the health and wellbeing of future generations and we are proud to support these initiatives and organisations.”
Mervyn Bryson, Belfast Primary Schools’ Football Association Chairman said of the sponsorship:
“Belfast Primary Schools’ Football Association is indebted to Rainbow Communications for their continued sponsorship of the annual Indoor 5-a-side competition.
“The competition is by far the most popular event in our calendar with 37 schools entering in 2018. Congratulations to St. Patrick’s, Holy Child, Cairnshill, St. Matthew’s, Lowwood and Victoria Park in reaching the finals which will be held on Wednesday 21st February.
Rainbow Communications has been instrumental in the success of the competition having sponsored the event for a number of years. We thank them for the continued support.”
For further information visit www.nisfa.co.uk