Doordeals are pleased to announce headline sponsorship of Sheffield United Women for the upcoming 2020/21 season

10th September 2020

South Yorkshire based company Doordeals are excited to announce that they will be the headline sponsor for Sheffield United Women for the upcoming 2020/21 season.

This agreement extends the relationship between Doordeals and the Sheffield United family to  5 years. Doordeals were the back-of-shirt sponsor for the Men’s team between 2016 and 2019  as they moved up the football leagues from League One to the Premier League.  

Steve Naylor, Doordeals managing director stated: "Doordeals are delighted to be headline  partner of the Sheffield United Women, with women's football being an area that I held  previous responsibility for in my position as a club vice-president. I am looking forward to  working with Zoe, Neil Redfearn and the team this season, and I am filled with excitement for a  season with promotion once again the aim."  

Zoe Johnson, SUFC Women's general manager added: "We are ecstatic to continue our  partnership with Steve and the team at Doordeals. They have been superb supporters of the  Women's set up, and we are looking forward to working with them, and continuing the  association this season." 

After finishing second in the 2019/20 FA Women’s Championship, new boss Neil Redfearn will be hoping to lead Sheffield United Women one spot further this season which kicks off against  the London City Lionesses on September 6th.  

Since starting trading in 2007, Doordeals has grown continuously supplying a wide range of  high quality internal, external and custom-sized doors to retail and trade, in large part due to  the strong ties with Sheffield United and other strong local partners. Doordeals is now one of  the UK’s leading online timber door retailers supplying a diverse range of timber doors and door furniture/accessories. 

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