Wolves Foundation to continue Q Technical Services partnership

Wolverhampton Wanderers Foundation is delighted to have renewed the deal with Q Technical Services to remain as principle sponsor of Wolves Girls & Women for the 2018/19 season.

The new deal makes it the sixth successive season of sponsorship following the initial partnership agreed in 2012.

Q Technical Services will provide training kit for all age groups across the club, from under-10s to the first-team.

The Q Technical Services logo will be positioned on the front of all Regional Talent Club playing shirts, on the back of shorts for Wolves Women first-team and development team, and on all training attire.

Q Technical Services is the trading name for our three areas of business for installations, servicing, and maintenance. 

Q Electrical team are fully NICEIC registered for all electrical and data requirements including specialist high level external lighting teams.

Q Fire & Safety team offer fire alarm systems, emergency lighting, fire extinguishers and safety signage.

Q Access and Security team are fully SSAIB registered for CCTV, intruder alarms, access control and automated gates and barriers.   

Steve Cullis, Wolves Girls & Women technical director at Wolverhampton Wanderers Foundation, said “We are delighted to have renewed our sponsorship deal with Q Technical Services. We have been very fortunate over the past six years to have a sponsor that has as great an interest in female football development.

"I’d like to personally thank Andy and Helen for their previous years of support and I’m very much looking forward to working with them in the season ahead.”

Andy Jennings, Q Technical Services managing director, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to continue our principle sponsorship and partnership with Wolverhampton Wanderers to support Wolves Women and Girls from the under-10s all the way through to the first-team.

With the recent launch of the Wolverhampton Wanderers Foundation and with our additional support we feel that Wolves are truly on their way to shaping the modern way forward of Women’s football today.