Peterhead secure cash boost with Score kit sponsorship deal

Peterhead have been given a timely boost after agreeing a deal with long-term backers The Score Group to sponsor the club’s jerseys.

Sunday, 15th November 2020, 10:41 am
Ian Davidson, Scott Will and chief executive officer Gordon Ronaldson of Score display one of Peterhead’s new look jerseys.

The relationship between Score, an international engineering company, have major facilities at Glenugie and also globally, and headquarters at Wellbank in Peterhead can be measured in decades.

The late Charles Ritchie founded Score in 1982 and was a passionate supporter and backer of the club, where his contribution to their journey from the Highland League to the senior leagues is acknowledged in the boardroom at Balmoor which bears his name.

Score’s Chief Executive Officer Gordon Ronaldson said: “Score are proud to sponsor Peterhead Football Club. We both believe in flying the flag for our part of the North East of Scotland and we were really happy to have our relationship marked by this sponsorship.”

“We are the largest private employer in the area as well as being one of the largest contributors to the apprenticeship scheme in Scotland and a lot of our workforce follow the team passionately.

“At Score we believe in backing the local community and working with Peterhead Football Club allows us to do that.”

The sponsorship got off to a wonderful start last month with Jim McInally’s team winning 1-0 at the Tannadice, home of Premiership Dundee United in their first outing in their Score jerseys.

Mr Ronaldson admitted: “We were thrilled with that result and it was great to see our name at such a prominent footballing venue.”

Club chairman Rodger Morrison said: “We are very fortunate to have such a long-term association with Score going back to when Charles started the company. Score have deep roots in Peterhead, and we are delighted that their name is on our home shirts.”

“The financial situation across many industries is not great just now because of Covid-19 and that makes us all the more appreciative of the backing we have received from Score.”