Kingdom has purchased the kit (displayed in the photos by the team and by Kingdom CEO Terry Barton) for the team, and in return Kingdom’s logo will be displayed on the front and back of the kit.
Earlier this year Kingdom also arranged for the team to attend the Wigan vs Leeds match at the DW Stadium in Wigan as VIP day guests on Saturday 7th March.
The Mavericks are managed by Kingdom’s very own Mark Wallace (National Operations Director). Mark became a licensed football coach on the 6th April 2014. He is licensed by The FA Licensed Coaches’ Club, FA Learning’s first ever coach licensing scheme.
The Licensed Coaches' Club aims to raise standards in coaching across the game by ensuring that coaches keep their training and qualifications up to date. It forms a key part of The FA’s Youth Development Review and Coaching Strategy.
Kingdom believes that it is crucial to their core business success to act responsibly as a business, with the highest social, environmental and ethical standards. Kingdom wants to achieve financial success, but also wants to create value for their stakeholders - from shareholders to customers, employees to business partners, and society as a whole.
Corporate responsibility informs everything they do and is deeply embedded in their core company values. These values influence their approach to work and guide the way they treat their employees, their customers and grow their business. To find out more about Kingdom, please visit http://www.kingdom.co.uk/ or call 0845 051 7702.