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Browne Jacobson partners with Nottingham Forest on historic women’s football match

24 September 2021

Browne Jacobson has been announced as the Big Match sponsor for the upcoming Nottingham Forest Women FC v Derby County Women FC game which will be held at the City Ground on Sunday 3 October.

The national firm which is headquartered in Nottingham has partnered with the club to highlight and showcase its commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion.

The match will be a historical point for the club and the City of Nottingham as it is the first ever women’s league football match to be held at the City ground.

David Cook, Chief Commercial Office of Nottingham Forest and Chairman of Nottingham Forest Women’s FC commented: “Nottingham Forest Women’s Football Club is excited to announce our partnership with Browne Jacobson around the upcoming match with Derby County Women at the City Ground. This is a great demonstration of Browne Jacobson’s active support in celebrating women’s sport in Nottingham.

“The club and Browne Jacobson both feel strongly on the topic of equality and feel that the game can help inspire young people in the city. Regardless of whether you are a boy or girl, the dream of playing for Forest at the City Ground is real and achievable.”

Suki Tonks, Partner at Browne Jacobson added: “We are delighted to have partnered with Nottingham Forest and Nottingham Forest Women’s Football Club on this exciting and ground-breaking event. Browne Jacobson is very passionate about supporting its local communities, driving positive change around equality and contributing to a more diverse and inclusive society and being part of this event underpins that. We are really looking forward to watching the team in action and wish them luck with the match.”

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