CAT Communications to sponsor Walsall at the Club Legends Cup

24th June 2014

CAT Communications will be sponsoring the Walsall shirts for the inaugural Club Legends Cup at the LG Arena on Saturday July 12th 2014.

The Communications company, with over 40 years of experience in the industry across Europe, are the 2013/2014 shirt sponsor for the official Walsall first team and will now be adorning the shirt fronts of Walsall legends as well.

Saddler’s fan favourites such as Jorge Leitao and Pedro Matias will travel from Europe to take part in the tournament which is sure to be a memorable day for all Walsall fans.

Craig Lang, Technical Director of CAT Communications said,


“CAT Communications are delighted to be able to contribute to the Club Legends Cup by sponsoring the Walsall team. We have no doubt this will be a fun event and it will be great to see the team play at the LG Arena. However, this event isn’t ultimately about the sponsors or the football but about the charity and the lives that Cure Leukaemia are working to save, so thanks from everyone at CAT Communications for supporting this fundraiser and please remember digging deep will help save lives!”


James McLaughlin Chief Executive of Cure Leukaemia said,


“We’re delighted CAT Communications are sponsoring the Walsall shirts in the Club Legends Cup. The shirts look very smart and I’m sure the fans will be pleased to see their heroes wearing them on July 12th.”

The shirts of Aston Villa, Coventry City and West Bromwich Albion are still available for businesses to sponsor. For more information on the packages available click HERE and to enquire further please email or call 0121 236 9202.


Tickets for the Club Legends Cup are on sale priced at £10 for Adults and £2 for Under-16s (plus booking fees) and can be purchased from the LG Arena website HERE or by calling 0800 338 8000.

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