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Imps link up with Visit Lincoln

3 September 2018

Lincoln City FC are delighted to announce a special partnership deal with Visit Lincoln which sees the club become a corporate partner of the community interest company.

As part of this agreement the Imps have sponsored the 2018/19 Lincoln Loves Kids booklet and a brand new away day visitors guide has been introduced to encourage away fans to make the most of their visit to Lincoln. The visitor guide will be on the website later on in the week. 

Liam Scully, Chief Executive at Lincoln City Football Club said: “We’re delighted to be working in partnership with Visit Lincoln; not only to encourage travelling away fans to visit Sincil Bank to watch their team, but also to spend a bit longer in Lincoln to see our beautiful city."

"As Lincoln City FC continues to grow on and off the pitch, we believe it will have a positive impact on the local economy; not least with the travelling away fans and local home fans, but also with other commercial opportunities that will be presented by having a vibrant football club within Lincoln”.

“Working in partnership is at the heart of everything we do,” said Lydia Rusling, Chief Executive at Visit Lincoln. “We have enjoyed working with the team at Lincoln City FC to produce a new Visiting Supporters’ Guide to encourage visiting football fans to stay a little longer in the city, and maybe turn a match day into a short break.

“The Lincoln Loves Kids booklet sits at the centre of our family marketing for Lincoln and the surrounding area and to have the association with the city football club is a winning combination!”

Visit Lincoln is the official destination management organisation for Lincoln and surrounding area. A partnership of private, public and third sector organisations. It is their aim to raise awareness of Lincoln as a great place to visit, study, meet and invest. For more information on Visit Lincoln please CLICK HERE.

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