If you are looking for a unique, cost-effective way to advertise, a special gift for someone or you’re a group of supporters wishing to show your support for your favourite member of the squad, sponsoring a player / staff member for the season is the perfect choice.

This season, we are also giving supporters and companies the opportunity to sponsor Gary Johnson’s backroom team, whilst still receiving all the benefits that Player Sponsorship offers.

Packages include:

  • Company logo, personal name or group name in the Partners In Yellow section of every matchday magazine
  • Company logo, personal name or group name on your chosen player / staff’s profile on the official club website
  • Announcement post on our official social media platforms
  • Photo opportunity with your sponsored player / staff member

You will also receive an invitation to our end of season player sponsors event, where you will be presented with your player’s home / away shirt by your chosen player.

Supporters sponsoring a non-playing member of staff will receive both a home and away shirt from their chosen member of staff.

Asa Hall of Torquay United during the Torquay United Team photo call Session, August 22 2019 at Plainmoor, Torquay, Devon. – PHOTO: Phil Mingo/PPAUK

The club would like to take this opportunity to express its sincere thanks to everyone who has already agreed to player / staff sponsorship for the 2019/20 season – The full list appears here.

Players / Staff currently still available for sponsorship:

  • Louie Slough (Home)
  • Ben Whitfield (Away)
  • Robbie Cundy
  • Shaun Taylor
  • Dave Hedges
  • Russell Cleave
  • Pete Johnson
  • Peter Pollak
  • Louie Birkenshaw

To sponsor player / staff for the 2019/20 season or for further details, please email Sharon Cox on sharonc@torquayunited.com or call 01803 328666.


Please note that should your player leave the club for any reason during the period of the agreement, please contact the commercial office to transfer the sponsorship to another player of your choice. Unfortunately, under such circumstances a refund cannot be made.