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Newcastle United Women's Football Club would like to thank both Newcastle United Football Club and Wonga for their continued support ahead of the 2015-16 FA Women's Premier League Northern Division season.
Newcastle United Football Club have kindly offered the use of their Academy facilities this season, saving the club thousands of pounds in regards to training facilities, allowing the club to spend money on other areas including the extensive travel costs associated with the third tier of women's football. Newcastle United have also assisted with some physiotherapy for longer term injuries.
In addition to this, Wonga will continue to support the women's team, which we are extremely grateful of. Last season, Wonga gifted Newcastle United WFC players and sponsors use of their corporate facilities on matchdays, which will be continued for the 2015-16 season.
Wonga, over the last two years, have also given our girls some amazing experiences. In 2014 the full Newcastle United WFC squad was gifted the chance to play at St James' Park. Twelve months later, Wonga invited a number of our players to play alongside Newcastle United legends Peter Beardsley and Peter Lovenkrands, both unforgettable experiences which will go down in Newcastle United WFC history.
The 2015-16 season will see Wonga offer the club more money than ever before, which will be used to purchase essential equipment such as footballs, kit and contribute to the running of the club.
The announcement comes off the back of England Women's fantastic performance at the FIFA World Cup in Canada this summer. The club is already seeing a positive effect from the record breaking campaign, with support for the club reaching an all-time high in regards to sponsorship and social media activity.
Newcastle United WFC Chairman Ken Beattie said: "We are extremely grateful for the continued support we receive from both Newcastle United Football Club and Wonga.
"The support they give us is crucial to the development of Newcastle United Women's Football Club, and we hope the success of the England Women's Football Team in the World Cup, along with the support we receive from Newcastle United FC and Wonga, can allow us to push the club on this season.
Head of Sponsorship at Wonga, Gillian Wilson added: "We're delighted to help support Newcastle United WFC at such an exciting time for women's football in the UK.
"We hope the momentum created at the World Cup continues and translates into more women being inspired to take up the game in the North East."
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