Potters Bar Town unveil new headline sponsors for ground and shirts

PUBLISHED: 12:54 07 September 2020 | UPDATED: 12:56 08 September 2020

The newly-named LA Construction Stadium, home of Potters Bar Town.

The newly-named LA Construction Stadium, home of Potters Bar Town.

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There will be a new name above the door at Potters Bar Town after they unveiled new sponsors.

Scott de la Fuente of LA Construction in action for Brookmans Park in the Herts Ad Sunday League. Picture: BRIAN HUBBALLScott de la Fuente of LA Construction in action for Brookmans Park in the Herts Ad Sunday League. Picture: BRIAN HUBBALL

The Isthmian League Premier Division side’s Parkfield ground will now be known as the LA Construction Stadium with the building firm also sponsoring the team’s shirts and tracksuits.

Chairman Peter Waller said: “LA Construction have long been at the forefront in supporting sport and community events.

“Without this level of support from business and local people, clubs at this level will always struggle to survive.

“We are proud of our achievements at this level of football and we are proud to have the support of a company such as LA Construction which will enable us to maintain our standards and move on to even better things.”

LA Construction’s owner, Scott de la Fuente, himself a former player with Cheshunt and who still turns out occasionally for Brookmans Park in the Herts Ad Sunday League, first got involved last year with the club’s ambitious plans piquing his interest.

He said: “We are very proud to sponsor Potters Bar Town.

“This fulfils our desire to show our support for a successful and developing community-based club, one of the leading sports clubs in Potters Bar.”

Waller added: “The club would like to place on record its grateful appreciation for the 13-year association with Pakex (UK) plc and Matt Russell.”


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