The Imps can announce they have partnered with construction company, Willmott Dixon.
The bronze partner have been at the heart of Lincolnshire’s development ambitions for the past decade, reinvesting £60 million into small and medium-sized businesses in the county during that time.
Willmott Dixon have delivered projects improving the region for Lincolnshire people, including the new Transport Hub, the campus for fire, police and ambulance services at South Park and being part of the county’s £86 million SEND school programme.
Adam Chantrey, the head of commercial at Lincoln City, said: “We are pleased to be working with Willmott Dixon, a company who have contributed much to the City which we are so passionate about at the club.
“I am sure it’s a partnership that will be long lasting and will bring great value to both parties.”
Jenna Frudd, the business and relationship manager at Willmott Dixon, said: “We love Lincolnshire and being part of its prosperity, and are really pleased to be supporting Lincoln City!
“We know the club is a huge part of the region’s community, and community means a lot to us. Since 2017 we have spent 8000 hours supporting local young people in to jobs, so this opportunity is perfectly aligned for us.
“With so much investment happening in Lincolnshire, we’re excited to be a part of this region’s future.”