Aldi teams up with Chatteris junior football club

PUBLISHED: 11:54 02 October 2018 | UPDATED: 11:54 02 October 2018

Ellie Chapman, Chatteris Aldi area manager, presents new kit to Chatteris Town Football Club. With Under 8's manager, Josh Dodman and coach, Jack Saunders. Picture: JASON BYE

Ellie Chapman, Chatteris Aldi area manager, presents new kit to Chatteris Town Football Club. With Under 8's manager, Josh Dodman and coach, Jack Saunders. Picture: JASON BYE

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Footballers of the future in Chatteris were treated to a brand new kit thanks to Aldi who is supporting them throughout the next season.

Ellie Chapman, Aldi Chatteris area manager, presenting new kit to Chatteris Town Football Club. Picture: JASON BYEEllie Chapman, Aldi Chatteris area manager, presenting new kit to Chatteris Town Football Club. Picture: JASON BYE

The Chatteris store teamed up with local junior football team, Chatteris FC, to inspire the next generation to live healthily and get active.

The store has been working with the local community to spread the word about the supermarket’s initiative, ‘Get Set to Eat Fresh’, which encourages children aged five to 14 to develop a love for fresh, healthy food.

Aldi area manager, Ellie Chapman, visited the young footballers at their grounds to reveal the kit and meet with the team.

Ellie said: “We’re really pleased to support the junior football team here in Chatteris. The kit looks really smart and we wish them the very best of luck this season.”

Ellie Chapman, Aldi Chatteris area manager, presenting new kit to Chatteris Town Football Club. With Under 8's manager, Josh Dodman. Picture: JASON BYEEllie Chapman, Aldi Chatteris area manager, presenting new kit to Chatteris Town Football Club. With Under 8's manager, Josh Dodman. Picture: JASON BYE

The kit sponsorship follows on from the Chatteris Bridge Street store reopening its doors on Thursday July 19, having undergone a transformation.


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