Barnsley & Rotherham Chamber of Commerce Embarks on a Historic Partnership with Rotherham United Women F.C.
Barnsley & Rotherham Chamber of Commerce is thrilled to announce its exclusive partnership with Rotherham United Women F.C. as the club’s first-ever Business Partner. This collaboration marks a significant milestone in the efforts to promote women’s football, drive enthusiasm in the community, and support the growth of a local team.
As the leading business network in the area, Barnsley & Rotherham Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to empowering the local community and promoting inclusivity. By joining forces with Rotherham United Women F.C. as a Business Partner, the Chamber reaffirms its commitment to supporting women’s sports and providing a platform for the talented athletes of Rotherham.
The partnership, led by Barnsley & Rotherham Chamber’s female Chief Executive, is only the beginning of women in business becoming a beacon and the leading voice behind women’s sports and it is hoped the partnership will continue facilitating this on a local scale. If you are a woman in business and would like to find out how to get involved, please get in touch with Jamie Noble.
Carrie Sudbury, Chief Executive from Barnsley & Rotherham Chamber, told us “As we embark on this historic partnership with Rotherham United Women F.C., we are not just supporting a local team, but championing the cause of women in sports.”
“This collaboration is a testament to our commitment to inclusivity and empowerment in our community. Together, we are making strides in promoting women’s football and showcasing the incredible talent of our local players. We are thrilled to be a part of this journey and look forward to a future where every kick, every goal, and every victory inspires a new generation of women athletes.”
Jamie Noble, Chairman of Rotherham United Women F.C. said, “I am incredibly excited about the partnership between Barnsley & Rotherham Chamber of Commerce and Rotherham United Women F.C. I am proud to be able to give women in business a chance to support women in football as the sport continues to grow.”