Livingston FC is delighted to announce that current club sponsors NorDan UK will continue their partnership for a further two seasons until the end of the 2024/25 campaign.
NorDan, a family owned company, is amongst Europe’s leading manufacturers of windows, doors and smart accessories. The group’s head office is in Moi in Norway, the exact same place the company was founded almost 100 years ago. Today NorDan consists of 12 wholly owned factories, 30 project management offices and more than 2000 employees.
NorDan have now been active in the UK construction industry for over 40 years. Production facilities, product development and regional sales offices close to the customer have created strong and lasting relationships.
Check them out here – https://nordan.co.uk
As well as their pitch side advertising boards and interview backdrop flashes here at The Tony Macaroni Arena, NorDan also sponsor both the North & South stands with their name emblazoned upon the seats.
Senior Marketing Manager at NorDan UK, David Gillon said – “We are delighted to continue our relationship with Livingston Football Club as an official sponsor.
At NorDan, we believe in the power of teamwork and collaboration, and we see these qualities resonate strongly with Livingston FC. This partnership enables us to demonstrate our support for the club and the community that rallies behind it.
We’re all looking forward to the season ahead and wish everyone at the club the best of luck.”
Chief Executive Dave Black said – “NorDan have been a terrific support to the club for a number of years now – particularly in my own time dealing with them over the past three years.
“They continued their sponsorship throughout the pandemic when they could quite easily have withdrawn and have them continued to progress that since fans returned. Committing to a two-year sponsorship deal on this occasion just further shows their support of the club and I’m incredibly grateful for that.
“Alex, David and Gillian have all been terrific to deal with since the partnership was first created and I look forward to having them on board again for at least a further two years.”