Synthetic turf maintenance firm extends football partnership

Replay Maintenance, the synthetic surfaces maintenance supplier, is now partnering with all eight County Football Associations (CFAs) across the East and East Midlands region.

Matt Bartle (L) and Garry Martin. Image: Supplied
Matt Bartle (L) and Garry Martin. Image: Supplied

Initially established in 2013, the partnership has been extended from five to eight CFAs due to the success of the programme for both Replay and grassroots football. The partnership will now cover the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Leicestershire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Northamptonshire.

All facilities within the eight CFAs will have access to information, expert advice and a portal within which the facility, Replay and the respective County FA can plan and implement programmes for the care and maintenance of the facility, as well as training and advice from grounds professional training through to budgets and forecasts.

Replay director Garry Martin said: "We have enjoyed a positive working relationship with the CFAs across the East Midlands region for the last six years and in that time we have successfully shared new processes, advice and guidance to support those responsible for maintaining an artificial surface.

"We are extremely proud to now be associated with the eight CFAs across the East and East Midlands region and look forward to continuing to deliver value to the grassroots game"


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