CNet Training takes over as sponsor of the Suffolk FA Senior Cup

CNet Training chief executive Andrew Stevens and director of marketing and communications Sarah Park

CNet Training chief executive Andrew Stevens and director of marketing and communications Sarah Parks pictured with the Suffolk FA Senior Cup and Junior Cup trophies at Portman Road, flanked by Suffolk FA chief executive Laura Smith and county cup competitions manager Bruce Badcock. - Credit: Archant

CNet Training, based at Fornham St Genevieve, near Bury St Edmunds, is the new sponsors of the Suffolk FA Senior Cup.

The company, an award-winning provider of technical data centre and network infrastructure training, will sponsor the competition for the next two seasons.

The Senior Cup agreement is in addition to CNet’s continued sponsorship of the Suffolk FA Junior Cup for a third season.

Andrew Stevens, chief executive of CNet Training, said: “We are delighted to sponsor the Suffolk FA junior and senior cups.

“As a company we believe in supporting and encouraging grassroots football and helping to inspire players. The work that Suffolk FA does for the local football community is incredible and we are pleased to be part of it.”


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CNet takes over as sponsor of the Senior Cup from Queensway, which has supported the competition for the past two seasons.

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