London law firm Spector Constant & Williams is throwing its support behind the future of women’s football by becoming a major sponsor of this year’s Women’s Football Awards.
The firm is sponsoring the Grassroots Initiative of the Year award, reflecting the law firm’s long-term commitment to grassroots sports. Previously, the firm has sponsored Omonia Youth Football Club in North London.
The announcement comes in the same week that the Government announced new funding for school sports as part of a plan to offer girls the same sporting opportunities as boys.
Alun Williams, Partner at Spector Constant & Williams, said: “As a law firm, we believe in backing those with future potential.
The unprecedented rise in popularity of girls and women’s football over the last year thanks to the success of the Lionesses England Women’s Football team is truly inspiring. We wanted to lend our support to those girls and those football initiatives which have the potential to create tomorrow’s Lionesses which is why we are honoured to be sponsoring the Grassroots Initiative at these prestigious awards.
For us football and other sports are an important part of bringing communities together, encouraging teamwork and helping those with potential to reach their best.”
The multi-disciplinary law firm will join major names in football on May 25 in London, including awards hosts, former England international and Chelsea star Eni Aluko as well as former England and Liverpool player Jamie Carragher, to hear who will be this year’s awards winners.
More about the Women’s Football Awards can be found at https://womensfootballawards.com/