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Continental Tyres extends commitment to women's football
 Women's Football News 31 Jul 2013
To mark the start of the second half of the FA Women's Super League season, the FA is delighted to announce that Continental Tyres is to extend their sponsorship of the women's game. 
They will become one of the exclusive partners of the FA's new commercial programme for women's football from 2014-2018.
The extended partnership will include the FA Women's Super League (FA WSL), the England Women's Team, the FA Women's Cup and the FA WSL Continental Cup. In addition, Continental will continue to support the FA Girls' Football Festivals, a national programme to increase participation at grassroots level, as well as being one of the Official Supporting Partners of St George's Park, national football centre.
Specific rights will include the continued title sponsorship of the FA WSL Continental Cup, exclusive Official Tyre Partner of the FA WSL, branding opportunities at high profile televised fixtures, access to elite players, as well as exclusive activity at grassroots level in communities, via the FA Girls' Football Festivals.
Continental Tyres historic ties to football span right across the game, from sponsorship of the UEFA European Championships, the FIFA World Cup, European club football, through to grassroots and community programmes.
In 2011, they strengthened their commitment to the national game by becoming a partner of the FA WSL in its very first season. They will continue to play a pivotal role supporting the FA in delivering its five-year strategic plan 'Game Changer', which aims to drive the game forward at every level. Integral to this is the expansion of the FA WSL, which currently consists of eight national club teams competing in an elite summer league. From 2014, this will be expanded to include 18 clubs competing across FAWSL1 and FAWSL2. The new two tier structure will allow for promotion and relegation between the leagues, which will improve the league status and increase professionalism.
Following the increased profile of the FA WSL, the rise of the England Women's Senior Team to seventh in the FIFA World Rankings and the success of the London 2012 Olympics, women's football is the largest growth area of the national games and is now the third biggest team sport in the country. In addition, the BBC's unprecedented broadcast coverage of the UEFA Women's Euro and the commitment by BT Sport to screen live FA WSL matches, has led to an all-time high.
As a partner of the FA, Continental Tyres will have the opportunity to reach this broad and growing demographic, with a fan base and participation levels continuing to increase all the time. Through their support of the game at every level, they will be able to communicate with customers through a national programme with genuine local relevance and make a real and measurable difference to the progression of the sport.
Stuart Turner, Commercial Director at the Football Association said: "We are delighted to have Continental Tyres continue their association with the women's game. Their support to date has made a huge difference at grassroots level through the FA Girls' Football Festivals, as well as raising the profile of the FA WSL. We are very much looking forward to working with them a further four years to continue increasing our levels of participation and to developing a strong and meaningful fan base."
Laura Hardy, communications and sponsorship manager at Continental Tyres, said: "It's a really exciting time for women's football and we are proud to be investing in the future of the game. Over the next four years, the game is set to grow massively and through the grass roots programme we hope inspire girls to take their football to the next level to inspire a future generation of women footballers, coaches and leaders in the industry."

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