Jersey FA is delighted to announce international acclaimed boutique dispute resolution law firm Ingram Advocates as sponsors of the Jersey FA Senior Women’s team for the next two years.
The partnership will mean the island side will now compete in this season’s Southern Counties Cup and can look forward to taking part in the NatWest Island Games in The Orkney Islands in 2025.
David Kennedy, Chief Executive Officer of the Jersey Football Association, said: "We’re delighted to be working with Ingram Advocates who are a company that has shown incredible commitment to sport in Jersey over the years. It was clear from our discussions they are extremely passionate about women’s football in Jersey and were keen to support our ambitions in developing the game at all levels. This sponsorship will not only provide a comprehensive games programme for the senior players but will also raise the profile of the women’s game in Jersey even further.”
Lee Ingram, Advocate Partner at Ingram Advocates, said: “We were delighted when we were approached by the JFA at the Island Games to extend our involvement in local football. Following on from our successful support at grassroots level, this transition into supporting the local women’s game at elite level appeared a natural progression and one we are proud to be involved with. The sponsorship supports the Island Ladies team with their preparation to the next Island Games and allows them some much needed competitive preparation during the next two years in the Southern Counties Cup. We now wish them every success and look forward to following their progression, which commences quite shortly with their first ever Counties Cup match against Middlesex.”
Chad Morris, JFA Senior Women’s Manager, said: “The players and staff are absolutely delighted that Ingram Advocates has agreed to become the headline sponsor for the JFA Senior Women’s team. After our disappointing elimination at the Island Games this year, we are more determined than ever to ensure we are successful in Orkney 2025. With the backing of Ingram Advocates, we have a much better chance of that now and we can look forward to getting the team together regularly and taking part in a competitive games programme.”