• Corby Town FC

    We are delighted to announce that we are now the main club sponsors for Corby Town Football

Business People Discussion Communication Togetherness Concept

Corby Town Football Club

Utility Bidder Managing Director James Longley who is also a director at the club, has worked closely with the club for the past two years. James believes in supporting the surrounding area and is delighted to be sponsoring the steelmen. James said, “We’re really excited to be sponsoring Corby Town Football Club this season and we are enthusiastic about being part of the Corby business network. It’s a fantastic opportunity for us to be part of a thriving community and we have no doubt about the potential that the club possesses”

Corby Town Football Club were founded in 1948, nicknamed the Steelmen which derives from the link between the Stewarts & Lloyds steelworks side which played during the 1930’s and the now Corby Town Football Club .

Corby Town Football Club moved to their new purpose built stadium named Steel Park in 2011. The ground has a capacity of 3893, with room for expansion as the club grows.

Corby Town FC Website – Click Here Fixtures and Results – Click Here

Fixtures and results – Click Here

Don't Just Take Our Word For It!

Very friendly service from our sales executive Tom. Obviously has to go through the legals that was done as swiftly and without hassle - Paul Head

Don't Just Take Our Word For It!

Excellent service, many thanks to Steven Reid who helped me sort a problem I had with my supplier for years, he was very friendly, efficient, informative and guided me throughout - Nazima Din

Don't Just Take Our Word For It!

I would recommend this company without reservation. The broker I usually speak to is Tom Horn, he is very efficient, helpful and friendly - Kate Threadgold

Don't Just Take Our Word For It!

Thanks to Sukie and Mike for making the renewal of our group Electricity contracts for 2019-20 the easiest they have been. A great team and, an excellent 'no nonsense' approach to what can be a confusing operation. Many thanks - Dave Parkyns